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Full text of "The Middlesex County directory"

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ffiMLESEX COUNTY DIRFGTOBX 

FOR 1878. 

; PP iGS & CO,, Publishers, \ 7 P^tterymarch St., Bo ston, Mass. 

o. jb. oo:bxj^,z>t & co." 
pDOlVMlSMOV ( II ''LRCHAif T£, 

PAINTP, GKLAS: 
'i'm, Whab, ivrd, Kerosene, C. 



I loni Starch, W 

V 3 MECHANICS' KUILDIM., D'JliO 



a Linseed Oils, 

Mntors' Supplies. 

«M\ LOWELL, MASS. 



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WARWICK ~W *~ ;EN CH CO. 



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iifci5toii .l % lh^s. 



WRENCHES, 




>ipe Trnys, Rat-'Hs, >rlU, FA<- 
OFFK'E, 3 HfiMSFRTON T lUARE, BOSTON. 



URSON, 



ARCHiTEOT, 

•toi* lA" 1 r.j 

OmFICK, 21 COMMON! STRKE'- LOWELL. 

Pls-v I ■: wings and Specifications, t t . :i«;i pun npj '. " : on. 



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12. JR,. BARK 



:^ oo CO. 



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Wrought, Galvanized and Tarred Iron Pipe 

B'OK STEAM, GAS A J3 WATBUt. 

Steam end Gas Fittings and Fixtures of every description. 

Alto, Contractors for Heating duildings by Steam or Lighting by Gas. Agents for the 

sale of the Springfield Gas Machines, for Lighting Mills, Machine Si, ops, 

Hotels, Private Owellings, etc. All re .rs promptly attended to. 

WORKS, 84 MIDDLE ST. STORE, 8 & 10 CENTRAL ST. 



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A. W. S1*J 



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8CATES & RICKER, LIVERY, HACK & 



STABLE, NEWTON. |fa > 






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CHAELES O'NEIL, 
Corner of Milk and Medford Streets, S0MERV1LLE, 



WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN 



CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES, 
TEAS, 

COFFEES, 

Pure Spices, etc. 

ALSO, 

MEATS AND PROVISIONS, 

And everything in our line of business. 
U. B _ We make it our constant aim to please our patrons, and give them satisfac- 
tion in every possible respect. 

Oid<'rs,from adjoining towns respectfully solicited. 







W1KB1I C. CBOSBT, 



Manufacturer and Agent of Knight's Patent 



CEMENT 



Drain, Sewer and Culvert Pipe, 



3, 4, P, 6, 8, 9, 12, 15, 18 and 24 inch bore. 





MANTTKACTOE V 



2_l_J^20£Gop^m St., Lowell, Mass J 

Wti.L'l'ii'i:. Chim 

/(Pipe deliveriMW4rfiy-partr»rthe City.) 

Residence, 210 i^OBJELO 




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ALLEN COUNTY PUBLIC LIBRARY 



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$& 0$2£ S © GENEALOGY 
Washington St.. 974.401 

SEWING 



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OF ALL 

jbOLD ON jSMALL JAo 

All <ir«icrs left at Mrs. M. A. W. Mayo's ! 
Main Street, Stonehatn, promptly attended 



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NTS. 

i Hall's Store, 



Successors to the late firm of HOLBROOK, SMITH & CO. 
Wholesale 




PICKLED, 



FRESH, 
SMOKED, 



IF 1 " X S EC DEALERS, 

No*. !) and 11 Commercial Wharf, North Side. 

BOSTON, MASS. 



G. ANDREWS. 
J.S. RICH. 



\. rich. 

E. A. RICH. 



H. K. W. HALL, 



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114 Washington St., 
BOSTON, - - - - MASS. 

Warerooms : — 7 Williams Court. 




Faniii'Ts' li'-il'Ts fif wood 

or coal. 
Repairs por Read's 

liS. 

103 North St., 

BOSTON. 

Tin Plate, shcptlion 
and Copper Woik, 
■ nltr or re- 
paired. 



The ArllagtoB Portofeto Baag*. 



CHILSON'S 
New Range, 1872. 

The first sight of this new and splen- 
did Portable Range will convince all 
that its equal has never been seen, — 
in its Beautiful Design, Superior Fine 
Heavy Castings, with and without Hot 
Closets, and Reservoirs; also, Hot 
Water Fronts for Bath Boilers, Sifting 
Grates, Ash Pans, etc. 

Housekeepers will be pleased with 
this PORTABLE RANGE. 




CHUM'S CELEBRATED AND DNRY1ALLED BRICK AND PORTABLE FDRNACES. 




Patented in the United 

States, England and 

France. 

The high reputation 
this furnace has acquired, 
in the use of more than 
twenty thousand, places it 
pre-eminently ahead of 
any other known plan for 
thoroughly and economi- 
cally warming buildings. 
The cuts of the brick or 
portable furnaces will 
show at a glance to any 
intelligent mind the won- 
derful heating powers, — a 
cluster of tapering Radi- 
ators standing directly 
over the fire, must have 
over any other form of 
heating surface, and which 
is so constructed as to be 
perfectly gas and smoke 
tight. Any one in want of 
a furnace should not fail of 
thoroughly examining this 
furnace. 

Special attention given 
to putting up Furnaces and 
Ranges, and the ventilation 
of buildings in every part 
of the country. 

J&g* Nothing but what is 
strictly first-class work is 
manufactured by me. 



Parlor, Office, and Store Stoves, Patent Dampers, Registers, Ventilators, etc. 
Warerooms: 99 and 101 BLACKSTONE STREET, BOSTON. 

Foundry at Mansfield, Mass. GARDNER CHILSON. 



THE ARLINGTON COOKING STOVE. 



CHILSON'S NEW STOVE.- JUST COMPLETED. 




Five minutes' examination of 
this Stove will prove it to be the 
Cheapest, Neatest, Most Con- 
venient and Durable, and in 
every respect the best COOK- 
ING STOVE ever made. With- 
out Exception, the Water 
J Front Fixtures for heating wa- 
ter for Bath Boilers, etc., are 
[the most perfect ever in- 
Ivented. Do not fail to exam- 
line this Stove before purchasing 
| elsewhere. 

"■ A VARIETY OF SIZES, with 
or without Extension Tops, Reser- 
voirs, Ilot Closets, etc., etc., for 
Hard or Soft Coal, or Wood, 
kept constantly on hand. 

CHILSON'S PATENT 

Elevated, Double -Oven COOKING RANGE 

HAS BEEN REMODELED AND GREATLY IMPROVED. 

This celebrated Range is universally 
acknowledged to be the most complete 
and perfect Kitchen Range in America. 

No housekeeper, who would enjoy the 
comforts of a really perfect Kitchen 
Range, should fail to examine this be- 
fore purchasing. Sizes adapted for 
dwellings, hotels, etc., with or without 
water-backs, hot-closets, and hot-air 
fixtures for heating additional rooms. 

It excels all others, — 

1st — In its entirely new principle for 
circulating the heat around either oven 
separately, or both ovens, as desired. 

2d — In its heavy fine castings and 
thorough workmanship. 

3d— In its ORE AT ECONOMY OF 
FUEL. 

4th — In its quick and even baking 
ovens. 

5th — In its self-regulating flues, with- 
out the usual complication of dampers; 
and Anally, in its general beauty of de- 
sign, durability, etc. 

4fcg=- Nothing but what is strictly first- 
class work is manufactured by me. 

Also, Parlor, Office, and Store Stoves, Patent Dampers, Registers, 

Ventilators, Etc. 

Warerooms, 99 and 101 Blackstone St., BOSTON. 

Foundry at Mansfield, Mass. GAHDNER CHILSOJW. 




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W.B.HASTIHGS&CO. 

GENERAL 

IKSURAHGE AGENTS, 

97 Cambridge Street, 
EAST CAMBRIDGE, MASS. 

Boston Office, - - 15 State Street. 
Represent tlie following Companies for Cambridge, somerrille, and Vicinity. 

Nor.h British and Mercantile, of London and Edinburgh, 

lire Assets, organized 1809 $13,500,000 

Insurance Company of North America, of Philadelphia, 

organized 1794 ^3,500,000 

Franklin of Philadelphia, organized 18gf*- */ -fp T 3,500,000 
Pire Association of Philadelphia^CTganized 1820 - * - 2,500,000 
Westchester, of New York - l^^^^Jm '^tSf^ ^ 000 
Bangor, of Bangor - - - - <^V *\ft J - ^300,000 
Penn, of Philadelphia - - ■ J*- ^ £***" 3 0°» 000 
Alps, of Erie, Penn. i- Z* t^J^*^**^^ - 250,000 
Holyoke Mutual - -£ - ' - *5 *- " - 300,000 
John Hancock Life - - - - / /"-f "/ ' 2,600,000 
Hartford Life and Accident - -/*- C,. v/ _ 2,000,000 
Faneuil Hall, of Boston 250,000 

ai^KS-PL^CED IN ANY FIRST-CLASS GOMPANY. 

"&, LOSSES PROMPTLY ADJUSTED. 

Orders sent by Mail promptly attended to. 









Ridge's Food for Infants & Invalids 

WOOLRICH & CO. 



MANUFACTURERS, 



MALDEN, 



MASS. 



Also, Proprietors of 

Woolricli's Arabian Spice for 
Horses, Cattle, Etc. 

Sold by all "Wholesale Druggists. 



SB. BIDGE'S 



PATENT FOOD 



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MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



CHAELES MOOEE & CO. 

DEALERS IN HARDWARE AND ALL KINDS OF 




I 




Stoves, Ranges, Furnaces, 

TIN WARE, HABB AND HOLLOW WABE, 

Cutlery, Builders 9 Materials, etc., etc. 

PORTABLE RAHGIS. COOK STOVES. 



Walker's, 
Male's.. 



aid 




Magee's 

"Advance," 



Peerless, 

Model Cook 
and others. 



ALBO A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF 



zfj^zr/lo:^ stoyes, 

AGENT FOR THE SALE OF 

Magee's New Plate Iron Furnace, 

BRICK AND PORTABLE. 

Practical Plumber*. Plumbers' Materials constantly 

on hand. All orders for Plumbing promptly 

attended to. 

EUREKA CLOTHES WRINGERS, 

AN INDISPENSABLE NECESSITY OF THE AGE. 

8 Brattle St, and 2 Palmer St., 

CAMBRIDGE. 



THE 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY 

DIRECTORY 



FOR THE YEAR COMMENCING 



vTTTHSriE 1, 1873, 

A COMPLETE INDEX TO THE 

fflenjantik, j|anufaqtarmjg and ; jrofeasionat |ntei[estjJ 

OF THE COUNTY, TOGETHER WITH MUCH 

VALUABLE MISCELLANEOUS INFORMATION. 



FIEtlOE, $2.00, 



BRIGGS & CO., Publishers. 



PRINCIPAL OFFICE, 

17 BATTERYMARCH STREET, BOSTON, MASS. 

1873. 



jEnt.ered, according to Act of Congress, in the year 1873, by Briggs & Co., in the Office of thevj 
Librarian of Congress, at Washington. £ 



Mudge S Son, Printers, 34 School St, Boston. t?fe| ~. 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



CONTENTS 



PAGE. 

Academies 27 

Advertising Department follows 400 

Banks 362 

Business Directory 27 

County Officers 352 

Directory of Patrons 387 

Expresses 141 

Gas Companies 161 

General Directory 27 

Index to Advertisers 7 

Insurance Companies 371 

Internal Revenue Officers 374 

Judiciary 359 

Justices of the Peace 352 

Legislature « 350 

Manufacturing Companies 228 

Members of Congress from Massachusetts 351 

Miscellaneous Department 349 

Money Order Offices 362 

Newspapers 373 

Notaries Public 358 

Patrons outside of Middlesex County 387 

Population 359 

Post-Offices and Postmasters 360 

Savings Banks 370 

Sheriffs 352 

State Police 399 

State Almhouse 360 

United States Officers 374 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



JOHN PURINGTON, 

Carpenter, Jobber and Builder. 

BUILDERS. 




AND MANUFACTURER OF 



Packing Boxes of all kinds. 

Designs for Buildings and Specifications furnished at short notice. 
Dwellings, School Houses and Public Buildings ventilated. 

SHOP, CORNER CENTER & PLEASANT ST., 
WAKEFIELD, MASS. 

JOHN M. CATE, 

Merchant Tailor, 




AND DEALER IN 



Ready Made Clothing, Men's 

and Boys 9 Furnishing 

Goods, 

HATS, CAPS, UMBRELLAS, Etc. 
Main Street, 

Cor, of Center Street Wakefield, 



Also, BRANCH STORE XTS STONEHAM, Opposite Aaron Hill's 
Grocery Store, where can be found a full line of Gents' Furnishing Goods. 
Mr. Gate will be in Stoneham every Wednesday and Friday afternoon and evening to 
take orders for Custom Clothing. Shirt Patterns cut to order. 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 




TO. P. B. BROOKS £ GO, 



Wholesale and Retail Dealer* in 




FURNITURE, CARPETINGS, 

Stoues, Feathers, Mattresses, etc. 




No. 9 Marshall St., 114 Blackstone St. 



AND 



151 Hanover, corner of Marshall St. 



Levi Walbridge. 



W. P. B. Brooks. 



Fred Q. Walbridge. 



THE BEST FIaA.CE TO BUY 

CARPETS, 

Oil Cloths, Mattings, Etc. 
GGLDTHWAIT, MOW & KNIGHT, 

New Marble Building', 

4=3 & 45 Washington St. 3 

BOSTON. 

ESTABLISHED 1865. 



BBIGGS & COMPANY, 

Directory Publishers, 

No. 17 BATTERYMARCH ST. 

BOSTON, MASS. 



New England Cities Directort. 1 Vermont Business Directory. 
Maine Business Directory. .' Khode Island Business Directory. 

New Hampshire Bus. Directory. | Connecticut Business Directory. 

directories for essex, hampden, middlesex and worcester counties in 
Massachusetts, New Haven County in Connecticut, Etc., Etc. 



Directories supplied to order for any part of tlue- Umtecl States. 



ADVERTISING INDEX. 



ALPHABETICAL INDEX TO ADVERTISERS. 



Page 
Abbott A. H. & J. H., Lowell. . 49 

Adams C. S., Framingham 121 

Adams J. P., East Cambridge.. 182 

Adams Ruf us O., Lowell 21 

Adams & Downs. Maiden (51 

Aldrich Milton, Lowell 38 

Allen A.. Holliston 1(5(5 

Allen L. Houghton, Woburn. . . 87 

Alien Murk, Woburn j 84 

Allen M. H., Woburn 81 

Am brose A. , Lowell 48 

American Cable Screw Wire Co., 

Boston 222 

American House, South Acton. 118 
American Rubber Co., Boston 

opp. 210 
American Tube Works, Soiner- 

ville front 2(5 

Amsden & Hall, Hudson 134 

Anderson James, Cambridge. . . . 1153 
Anderson J. P., Canibridgeport. 100 
Anderson Brothers, Walt ham. . 103 
Anderson, Howes & Co., Wake- 
field 73 

Andrews R M., Cambridge 1(54 

Andrews William, Lowell 8 

Andrews, Rich & Co., Boston. . 

front colored 
Ai/dros Henry S., Cambridge- 
port front 17 

Annis Geo. W., Charlestown 201 

Ansart James M., Lowell 53 

Appleton National Bank, Lowell 3<>(S 

Arlington House, Arlington 77 

Arlington Machine Works, Ar- 
lington 79 

Armstrong A., Waltham 104 

Arthur Brothers, Cambridge- 
port. ... 156 

Asbestos Felting Co., Boston 

opp 47, front 

Ashton Joseph D., Lowell 15 

Averill O. E., Lowell ... 45 

Avery & Bean, Medford (59 

Ayotte P. V., Lowell . . .front cover 
Bacon Henry A., East Cam- 
bridge 184 

Bacon T. W., East Cambridge . . 184 

Bagshaw W- H.. Lowell. ... I 

Bailey Dudley P. jr., Everett (55 

Bailev G., South Natick 120 

Bailey House, South Natick 120 

Ballou's , Express, Boston 174 

Bancroft E., Woburn 86 

Bancroft Moses, Reading 

front colored 
Bancroft P. E., Woburn 81 



Page 

Bangs & Horton, Boston 221 

Barker H. JR. & Co., Lowell 

front cover 

Barnes H. H.. Lowell 45 

Barney Alfred, Lowell 24 

Barrett Charles A., Maiden (50 

Barrett F. J., Hudson 130 

Barrett & Brother, Maiden, .front 25 

Barrows Brothers, Groton 148 

Barton Thomas J., Waltham. front 23 
Barton & Averill, Canibridgeport;, 153 
Barwick Wrench Co., Boston 

front cover 
Bates & Lewis, Canibridgeport. . 1(54 
Beal & Hooper, East Cambridge 179 

Bean James, Medford front 2(5 

Beau S., Lowell 43 

Bean Brothers, East Somerville 70 

Bean & Joyce, Medford front 2(5 

Bearse R. & Co., Boston, back colored 

Belmont House, Berlin 127 

Bemis C. W. , Holliston 188 

Bennett Freeman R., Hudson.. 135 

Bennett J. W., Lowell 35 

Bent & Hurd, Lowell 8 

Benz Charles, East Cambridge.. 183 
Berry James H., East Cambridge 183 

Bigelow Brothers & Co., HolLis- 

ton 190 

Billings Henry L., Charlestown. 200 
Billings J., Allstou, Brighton. front 17 
Billings, Sheriff & Co., Boston 

opp. 59, front 

Binney John, Boston 221 

Bird W. A., Natick 121 

Bird W. E., Canibridgeport 152 

Bishop H. K. & Co., East Som 

erville 72 

Black well E. B., Newton 114 

Blair William, Wakefield 74 

Blaisdell & Judkins, Charles- 
town. 208 

Blakeslee G. C, Lowell 52 

Blanding Oscar G., Hudson 130 

Blessington Peter, Cambridge- 
port 5 

Blevins J. J., Canibridgeport... 158 
Blodgett Over Gaiter Co., Boston 

back colored 

Blood Cyrus, Lowell 31 

Blood & Akins, Charlestown... 197 

Blunt John A., Reading 218 

Bock William A., North Cam- 
bridge front 18 

Bolton Charles, East Cambi idge 182 

Bond T. D., Boston 220 

Bond & Gay, Waltham, front cover 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



Page 

Boott Cotton Mills. Lowell 376 

Boston Corrugated Iron Co., Bos- 
ton opp. 47 front 

B. & L. B. B. Express, Lowell. . 43 
Boston Musical Instrument Man- 
ufactory, Boston 222 

Boston Piano-Forte Action Man- 
ufacturing Co., Cambridgeport 168 
Boston Stereotype Foundry, Bos- 
ton . 228 

Boston Wheat and Bread Co , 

Boston 220 

Bowen Geo. S., Watertown 99 

Boynton J. & J. F., Ayer 141 

Bradford W. B., East Somerville 71 
Bradford & Anthony, Boston, 

opp. 190 

Bradford House, Lowell 9 

Bradley & Brigham, Marlbo- 
rough 121 

Bradt G. J. & D., Lowell 44 

Brady P. F , Lowell 53 

Brady Thomas, Lowell 20 

Brady Thomas M., Cambridge- 
port. 2 

Bragdon Geo., Hudson 128 

Bride Michael, Charlestown.. . . . 192 

Briggs Joseph M., Newton 112 

Briggs & Kelley, Ayer 141 

Brigham C. G., Hudson 138 

Brigham S. T., Woburn. 88 

Brigham & McBay, Ayer 143 

Brimmer & Martyn, Maiden ... 63 
BroadwavHouse,Cambrids;eport 155 
Brooks W. P. B. & Co., Boston, 

opp. 6 front 

Brophy James, Lowell 22 

Brown Amos, Charlestown, 

front 23 
Brown B. F. & Co., Boston ....'. 225 
Brown Rufus G. & Co.,Waltham 101 

Brown Samuel, Beading 218 

Brown William, Charlestown. . . 198 

Brown & Carter, Lowell. ... 185 

Brown & Chase, Lowell 13 

Buel dames & Co., Woburn.... 94 
Bufford J. B.'s, Sons, Boston 

opp. 221 
Bumpus Ira C, Charlestown.. 117 

Burkill James, Hudson, 133 

Bursley Ira A., Holliston 188 

Bush Geo. M., Newton 117 

Butcher John, Lowell 211 

Butler P. E., East Cambridge.. 184 

Buttrick Francis, Waltham 101 

Byrnes L., Boston 222 

Cadwell N. A., Lowell 187 

Cahill Sarah H, Lowell 22 

Cambridge Mutual Fire Ins. Co., 

Cambridgeport 372 

Cambridge Fruit Preserving Co., 

Cambridgeport 217 

Cameron W. C, Woburn 87 

Campbell Brothers & Co., Cam- 
bridgeport 157 

Canterbury G. W., Cambridge- 
port 151 



Page 

Carey & Harris, Lowell 30 

Carr Erwin S., Cambridge. ..... 154 

Carr Samuel E., Holliston 188 

Carrll Francis, Lowell 37 

Carter J. B., Woburn 91 

Carter Brothers, Lowell 8 

Carter & Dearborn, Woburn. ... 91 
Cass John, Charlestown 215 

| Cate John M., Wakefield. . front 5 

' Cate S. F., West Newton .back cover 

Cattle Fair Hotel, Brighton 109 

Cavanagh M., Cambridceport .. 6 

, Cayford'& Hale, Somerville, front 18 
Centra] Savings Bank, Lowell.. 367 

! Chamberlin C. T. Lowell. . .front 16 
Chamberlin & Jockow, Lowell. . 49 

J Charlestown Drain Pipe Works, 

Charlestown 10 

Chapman W. H., Charlestown. . 206 

Chase H. M,. Maiden 65 

Chase S. F., Cambridgeport 162 

Chelmsford Foundry Co., North 

Chelmsford 123 

Child W. Ward, Stoneham 73 

ChildsE. J., Marlborough 121 

Chilson Gardner, Boston 

front colored. 
China T Co., Lowell 3 

, Chubbuck S. E. & Sons. Boston 

back colored 
Chubbuck Brothers, Charlestown 204 

Churchill J., Woburn 90 

City Institution for Savings, Low- 
ell 366 

Clapp David & Son, Boston 224 

Clark Jeremiah, Lowell 400 

Ciark William L. & Co., Arling- 
ton 80 

Clark Brothers, Lowell 24 

Cleary& O'Brien, Charlestown. 207 

Clement A. M., Lowell 56 

Clough & Sweatt, Lowell 30 

Cobnrn C. B. & Co., Lowell 

front cover 

Cnburn C. C. , Lowell 44 

Coburn H. S., Maiden 63 

Cochran & Whitman, Hudson.. 126 

Coffey Brothers, Lowell 52 

Coggeshall & Son, Lowell 

back colored 

Coggswell J. A., Brighton Ill 

Colgate William A.. Woburn... 93 

Colman W., Medford 67 

Colson J. C ., Woburn 89 

Conant J. E., Lowell 211 

Conway James, Cambridge 159 

Cook S. R., Waltham 100 

Cook, Taylor & Co., Lowell . .front 16 
Coaper Charles & Son, Cam- 
bridgeport 163 

Cooper & Burgess, Charlestown. 186 

Cosgrove J., Lowell 212 

Coughlan E. B., Maiden .... 60 

Courtney P. & J., Lowell 1 

Cousens S. & Son, Auburndale. . 116 

Covell J. W., Maiden 59 

Cowan Dennis, North Cambridge 1^>5 



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Cox Geo. P., Maiden 62 

Cox Susan T., Maiden 60 

Crescent House. Waltham 102 

Crocker A. F.. Maiden 61 

Crosby John Q., South Framing- 
ham 122 

Crosby "Warren C, Lowell, 

front colored 
Crosby Furniture Co., Lowell. . . 47 

Culbert F. J.. Woburn 82 

Cunningham Thomas, Charles- 
town 194 

Cunningham Iron Works, 

Charlestown 184 

Currey C. B. Mrs. , Maiden 61 

Currier Manuel, Somerville 77 

Curry Daniel, Boston 220 

Cush'ing H. H. D., Medford 

front 6 
Cushing L. W. & Sons, "Wal- 
tham." front 17 

Danforth Geo. O., Cambridge... 151 
Danforth S. F. Allston, Brigh- 
ton Ill 

Daniels J. & Son, Waltham 104 

Daniels Timothy, Holliston 188 

Davis Aaahel, Lowell 27 

Davis B., Lowell 34 

Davis Geo. "W., Hudson 129 

Davis Roland A., "Woburn . .front 24 
Davis Brothers & Co., Boston. . . 227 
Davis Chaih'S, Cambridgeport. . 214 
Davlin James F. & Co., East 

Cambridge 174 

Day Edwin. Waltham 104 

Dearborn Brothers, Hudson.... 214 
Deuschle C. F.. East Cambridge 176 

Devens O. F., Waltham 104 

Devens Thomas, Cambridgeport 167 
Dickson Thaddeus P., Charles- 
town 208 

Dickson William, Cambridge- 
port 158 

Di mock D. L., Lowell 25 

Dinsmore James, Cambridge- 
port 150 

Dobbins William, Lowell 43 

Dodge Frank B., Woburn 

left hand foot lines 
Dodge & Oliver, Charlestown. . . 198 

Dollard Morris; Cambridge 163 

Donlon P. jr., Ayer 142 

Doupray John B., Hudson 137 

Dowd Richard, Charlestown.... 195 
Draper William L., North 

Chelmsford 124 

Drew J. V., Lowell 173 

Driscoll Daniel D., Lowell 20 

Duckworth & Knowles, Lowell. 3 
Durgin John H., Chelmsford. ... 28 

Durgin John H., Lowell 210 

Dwelling House Ins. Co. (fire), 

Boston back cover 

Eacott Mathew, Lowell 212 

Eames Joshua N., Wakefield. . . 75 
Eastern R. R., Boston, .back colored 
Eato,n Everett J., Needham. . . .215 



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Edmands &Co., Charlestown. . . 10 

Elliott Geo. H., Cambridge 164 

Elliott & Smith , Lowell 29 

Ellis B. G., Holliston 148 

Ellithorp L. P., Hudson 129 

Emerson A., Lowell 35 

Engel John & Co., Lowell 54 

Evans J. O. & Son, Newton . . 113 

Farnham Geo. B. , Lowell 35 

Farrar W. T., Concord 118 

Farson Samuel, Lowell 45 

Favor N. B. & Son, Lowell 22 

Fee Francis, Lowell 41 

Felt & Collins, East Cambridge 181 

Fernald J. S., Ayer 140 

Field Geo. F, Boston back col. 

Fifield Winslow W., Medford. . . 70 
Fillebrown S., Cambridgeport . . 169 

Finn James, Cambridgeport 5 

First National Bank, Lowell 364 

Fish Benj. F., Charlestown 204 

Fisher Charles N, Charlestown. 202 

Fiske J., Brighton 108 

Fiske & Marshall, Brighton 111 

Fiske & Spalding, Lowell 10 

Fitts & Turner, Holliston 189 

Fletcher G. T., Hudson 138 

Fletcher John & Sons, Acton . . 118 

Fletcher J. E., Ayer 146 

Fletcher Samuel, Graniteville. . . 144 
FletcherS. R., North Chelmsford 122 
Flinn Edmund, Cambridgeport . 173 

Flood B. H., Lowell 30 

Foley William C, Watertown.. 98 

Foster Willis H., Woburn 92 

Foster & Clark, Charlestown.. . 199 

Fowler Geo. L., Lowell 34 

Fox R. L. B., Cambridge 160 

Framingham Savings Bank, Fra- 

mingham 363 

Freeman Lyman, Lowell 57 

Freeman Samuel K., Lowell. .. . 42 

Frost W. H., Hudson 135 

Fry C. J. & Co., Ayer 148 

Fuller G. & Son, Brighton 105 

Fuller S. W. & Co., Charlestown 191 

Fuller W. T. , Lowell 34 

Furbush Andrew, Charlestown. 191 

Gaffuey James, Charlestown 196 

Gallagher William, Cambridge- 
port 169 

Gardner Geo. L, Newton ville. .. 217 
Gardner Nelson W., Melrose... 66 
GaryE. & Co., Charlestown.... 193 

Gaudette Cleophas, Lowell 59 

Gay Aaron R. & Co. , Boston 

back colored 
Geo. Woods Co., Cambridgeport 

right hand foot lines 
Gerrish & Brown, Charlestown. 192 

Getchell J. A., Charlestown 199 

Getchell & Eldredge, Charles- 
town 194 

Gibbs & Co., Waltham 219 

Gifford G. >V E. H., Charlestown 196 
Gilcreas & Chisholm, Cambridge- 
port 174 



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Gill R. M., Waltham 103 

Gilman & Cheney, Charlestowu. 196 

Gilson L. G. Lowell 55 

Glines &Trickey, Charlestown . 207 
Glover Thomas P. & Co., Lowell 42 
Goddard Alonzo, Lexington. . . . 122 

Goddard B. & Son, Lowell 18 

Goff Geo., Everett 66 

Goldsmith Seth, Charlestown. . . 205 
Gold tb wait, Snow & Knight, Bos- 
ton opp. 7 front 

Goodale Oal, Lowell 187 

Goodrich C. B., Charlestown, front 21 

Goodwin J. O. , Medford 68 

Goss D. J. & Co., Boston, .hack cover 

Goss E. L., Waltham hack cover 

Gould Charles, Lowell 38 

Gould T. F., Reading 218 

Gould & Littlefield, Everett 65 

Grace William F., Newton 112 

Grant A. , Wohurn 90 

Graves B. H., Ayer 141 

Gray John W. , Lowell 14 

Gray,Palmer& Pendergast.North 

Chelmsford 123 

Green Amos, Lowell 59 

Griffin J. E. , Lowell 38 

Griffin & Lake, Lowell 31 

Gumb Lewis D., Lowell 55 

Hadley Alvah A., East Cam- 
bridge 178 

Hadley & Wright, Charlestown. 199 
Haley Charles, Allston, Brighton 110 

Hall C. E., Hudson 137 

Hall George, Stoneham 73 

Hall H. K W., Boston front colored 

Hall & Quimby, Boston 227 

Hallo well & Wright, Lowell. ... 26 
Hamblen & Mathews, Boston 

opp. 276 

Handy L. S., Charlestown 195 

Haunaford R., Stoneham 73 

Hapgood E. & Son, Lowell 14 

Harding Joseph, Lowell 10 

Harlow W. H. , Maiden 60 

Harmon S. L., Charlestown 203 

Harrington J. Miss, Watertown. 98 

Harrington T. Z., Brighton 109 

Harrington & Co., Boston 

back colored 
Harris James E., South Acton. . 118 

Harris Otis S., Lowell 39 

Hartshorn A. P. , Medford 70 

Hartshorne G. F., Woburn 96 

Harvard Laundry, Cambridge- 
port 164 

Hastings A. T. , Natick 119 

Hastings W. B. & Co., East 

Cambridge front colored 

Hatfield Brothers, Cambridge . . 171 
Haughey M. E.,East Cambridge 182 

Hay ward M. W., Natick 119 

Hebert Brothers, Lowell 54 

Henley Francis O. & Co., Cam- 

bridgeport 160 

Hews A. H. & Co., North Cam- 
bridge 172 



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Hieginbotham & Co., Waltham 103 

Hiidreth & Rice, Lowell 8 

Hill Charles, Maiden 62 

Hill H. W., Arlington 81 

Hill Joseph W., Charlestown 201 

Hill S. T.. Maiden 65 

Hill & Babbidge, Woburn, front 15 
Hilling John, Charlestown . ... 207 

Hobbs Alfred, Arlington 79 

Hodgdon & Son, Lowell 33 

Holden F. B., Hudson 127 

Holden W. P. & Son, Hudson . . 131 
Hollings R. & Co., Boston 

Holman M. T., Charlestown. front 18 

Holmes & Blanchard, Boston 229 

Holt John & Co , Lowell. .. 58 

Holt & Adams, North Chelmsford 124 

Hopkins F., Charlestown 193 

Hopson Wm., Maiden, back colored 
Horgan John J., Cambridgeport 219 

Horgan T. J., Wakefield 75 

Home Wendell, Watertown 97 

Houghton Geo., Hudson 130 

Houghton & Co., Hudson 133 

Howard Brothers, Watertown. . 97 
Howe A. & G. H, Brighton. ... 107 

Howe John, Lowell front 15 

Howe W. G.. Lowell 36 

Howes & Burnham, Lowell .... 31 
Howland T. T., Cambridgeport 162 
Hudson J. F., East Cambridge 

front 22 

Hudson Pioneer, Hudson 136 

Hughes J A. & Co., Boston. ... 223 
Hunnewell T. F., Charlestown . 206 

Hunt & Hill, Boston 220 

Huntoon Geo. W. , Lowell 14 

Huntoon G. L , Lowell 28 

Hurd A. D., Cambridge 165 

Hurd, Taylor & Co. Cambridge- 
port ^.. 164 

Huston D. H, Auburndale, front 20 

Hutchins M., Melrose 215 

Hutchins M. H. Mrs., North 

Cambridge 166 

Jackson D. F. & Clark, Maiden 63 

Jackson James H, Natick 119 

Jacobs Charles S. jr., Arlington. 77 
Jenkins Nathaniel, Woburn. ... 95 
Jessop, Easton & Co., East Cam- 
bridge 185 

Jessop William & Sons, Boston . 227 
Jewett A. N., East Cambridge. 180 
Johnson & Young, Charlestown 208 

Jones William B.," Wakefield 75 

Jones & Bartlett, East Cam- 
bridge 177 

Kaler & Shaw,- Hudson 125 

Keith A. W., Maiden 62 

Kelley C. H. , Lowell 55 

Kelley John, Charlestown 203 

Kelley Mary A., Woburn 87 

Kelley & McKinnon, Cambridge- 
port 161 

Kelly J. H, Brighton Corner, 
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Kelsey A. H. & J. H., Cam- 


Marlow William, East Woburn . 96 


bridgeport 165 

KenisonN. D., Cambridgeport.. 160 




Marvin S. R , East Somerville.. 72 


Kennedy Jolin, Allston, Bright- 


Mason Charles W., Ayer 139 


on 107 


Mason John, Cambridgeport 159 


Kett J. W., Holliston 148 


Mass. Cotton Mills, Lowell 378 

Matthews W. H. , Woburn 89 


Kinney T. J., Woburn 85 


Kitson Richard, Lowell 382 


Mavers Hartwell, Charlestown . 209 


Knight F. D., Hudson 131 


Maynard A. L., Hudson 136 


Knowles Thomas, Lowell 54 


Maynard James B., Charles- 


Kurtz David, Lowell 48 

Lang C T , Woburn 91 


town 209 


Mavnard William W., Reading 76 
Mavo H. L., Maiden 216 


Lannon John, Lowell 187 


Lawrence Benj., Lowell 15 


McArthur & Miller, Woburn.. 88 


Lawton Charles A., Ayer 142 


McCall Patrick, Reading 76 


Leavitt D. G., Lowell 14 


McCarty John H. & Co., East 


Lee John H., Brighton 105 

Leedham J. S. , Maiden 61 




McCarthy Joseph, Woburn. opp. 278 




McCausland John H., Brighton 105 


Lemme F., North Cambridge. . . 168 


McCoubrv Thomas, Melrose 66 


Lenfest Solomon, East Cambridge ISO 
Lentell B., Newtonville 117 




McDermott James, Lowell 9 


Leonard John H., Aver 146 


McDonald Joseph B., Woburn.. 96 


Lewis Frank, Charlestown 107 


McElwain Charles, East Cam- 


Lewis R. B. , Hudson 129 


bridge 178 


LibbevM. V. B., Lowell 210 


McGill John, Charlestown 200 


Litcbfield & Co., Lowell 30 


McKuight & Tibbetts, Lowell ... 56 




McLaughlin Robert, Charles- 
town 192 


Littlefield J. E. & Sons, Woburn 83 


Littletield Rufus, Charlestown. . 203 


McMaster, Bailev & Co., Lowell. 25 


Littlefield & Randall, Reading. . 76 


McMath John, Charlestown 204 


LivermoreE. E. & Co. Waltham 102 


McTague B. J., Charlestown... 208 


Livermore N. &Son, Cambridge- 


McWhirter Geo., Watertown OS 


port 157 


Mechanics Savings Bank, Lowell 365 


Livingston W. E., Lowell 11 


Merchants' National Bank, 


Livingston, Carter & Co., Lowell 11 


Lowell 367 


Lockhart W. L ,East Cambridge ISO 


Merrill Henry J., Charlestown.. 191 




Merrill F. D. , Woburn 81 


Lombard H. E. & Co., Cam- 


Merrill Joshua & Son. Lowell ... 218 


bridgeport 163 


Meserve & Co., Lowell . . 213 


Long J. J., East Cambridge 190 


Middlesex County Journal, Wo- 


Lord J. B. & Co., Charlestown. . 205 


burn 90 


Louer & Rice, Charlestown 206 


Middlesex Home, Lowell 28 


Lovejov Augustus, Ayer 140 


MillavP. E., Hudson 132 


Lowell Bleachery, Lowell 377 


Mitchell Geo. E., Lowell 47 


Lowell Card Co., Lowell 381 


Monegan Stephen H., Concord. . 117 
Mooers A. J., Newton Lower Falls 115 


Lowell Coffee and Spice Mills, 


Lowell 4 


Moonev C, Lowell 98 


Lowell Five Cent Savings Bank, 


Moore Charles & Co., front 2 


Lowell 368 


Moore E. S., Hudson 128 


Lowell Gas Co., Lowell 375 


Moore & Plummer, Ayer, 142 


Lowell Granite Works, Lowell. . 32 


Moors S. K. Mrs. , Wakefield. ... 74 


Lowell Manufacturing Co., Low- 


Morau Francis, Medford 70 


ell 380 


Moran James P., Charlestown. 108 


Lowell Steam Boiler Works, 


Moran Brothers, East Cambridge 179 


Lowell 43 


Morrill & Hooker, Cambridge- 


Lowell Wire Cloth Manufactory, 8 


port 156 


Lynch P. , Lowell 7 

Mackie Henry W., Lowell 9 


Morrill, Whittemore & Co., Bos- 


ton 224 


Manchester House, Lowell 14 


Morris Martin, Lowell 213 


Mandelburg C. A., East Lexing- 


Morse B. H, Graves & Co., 


ton 122 


Lowell 44 

Morse E. A., Woburn 84 


Manes A. & Co., Cambridgeport 155 


Mansfield & Whitmore, Arling- 


Moulton Henrv &Co., East Cam- 


ton front cover 


bridge 177 


Margot Brothers, Boston 222 


Moulton W. H., Hudson 137 


Marlow T. & D. , East Woburn . . 89 


Mo wry D. C. & Co., Holliston. . 189 





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Mumler J.. Char]estown 197 

Munroe & Co.) Hudson 134 

Muason S. H., Boston 221 

Minister J. & A., Walthana 99 

Murkland John W.. Lowell 15 

Mutual Protection Fire Ins. Co., 

Charlestown 371 

Myers George, Somerville 72 

Nabnassett Manufacturing Co., 

Lowell 400 

National File Works, Lowell 3 

Nettles Brothers, Wakefield 74 

New-England Box Manufactory 

Lowell 19 

New England Trust Co., Boston 369 
New England Marble Co., Char- 
lestown 193 

Newton W. F., Hudson 134 

New York Life Insurance Co., 

Boston back cover 

Nichols Alanson, Lowell 43 

Nichols Charles, jr., agt., 4 

Nichols Geo., Medford 69 

Nichols Jacob, Lowell 69 

Norris Albert & Co., Cambridge- 
port 155 

Norris J. T , Reading 77 

Norton & Troudeau, Lowell .... 39 
Novelty Plaster Works, Lowell. 47 
O'Brien James P., Waltham... 101 

O'Brien John G., Waltham 101 

Old Lowell National Bank, Low- 
ell 364 

O'Neil Charles, Somerville. front col. 

O'Neil & Lynch, Lowell 54 

O'Sullivan M. E., Newton 114 

Page Charles F., Watertown 

front 21 

Page & Barnard, Lowell 38 

Page & Littlefield, Charlestown, 193 

Palmer Benj., Graniteville 144 

Palmer J. M. , Lowell 9 

Parker A.. Cambridgeport 4 

Parker A. J. , Wobur n 88 

Parker Geo. J. , Melrose 67 

Parker Geo. L. & Co., South Ac- 
ton 118 

Parker John L., Wobur n 90 

Parker Samuel, Cambridgeport. 162 

Parker Brothers, Arlington 80 

Parker & Gaunett, Boston 226 

Parsons A. B., Cambridge 162 

Parsons Richard S., Brighton... 104 

Parsons & Gibby, Lowell 8 

Partridge James, Wakefield, front 24 

Partridge J. L., Wakefield 76 

Patch E. B., Lowell 48 

Patch G. F., Waltham 102 

Pattee Frank A., Brighton 106 

Pattee W. EL, Arlington 77 

Patten Marcellus A., Lowell 18 

Patten & Batchelder, Medford.. 400 
Patterson William, Lowell 

front cover 
Paulson & Gaffigan, East Cam- 
bridge 181 

Payson & Cutler, Holliston 189 



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Peabody J. G., Lowell 20 

Pearson B. F., Natick 120 

Pearson C. A., Charlestown front 24 

Pearson Geo. W., Lowell 35 

Peirce John N., Lowell 25 

Peirce J. W., Arlington 80 

Peirce L. & Co. , Arlington 80 

Penniman J. W., Waltham 102 

Perham & Bessey Wakefield ... 75 
Perry & Pidgeon, Charlestown. . 203 
Peterson & Godfrey, Charlestown 209 
Pettingell, Moody & Sawyer, 

East Cambridge 174 

Pevey Brothers, Lowell 23 

Phelan Arthur Q. , Lowell 8 

Philbrick A. J., Hudson 137 

Phillips Cyrus, Cambridgeport. 217 
Phillips William, Charlestown 

front 21 
Phillips & Smith, Charlestown. . 205 
Pierce J, A, East Cambridge. . . 181 

Pierce S. P , Lowell 58 

Pierce & Stayner, Cambridge- 
port 151 

Place J. D. & Co., Worcester ... 220 

Plaisted & Pratt, Lowell 29 

Pluta V. A., Aubumdale 115 

Pollard Charles, P. Woburn 95 

Pope Daniel, Hudson 136 

Pope Mark, Charlestown 209 

Powers John A., Maiden 64 

Pratt Charles O. & Co., East 

Cambridge 175 

Pratt D. G., Cambridgeport 152 

Pratt M. C. & Co., Lowell 21 

Prescott D. M. & Co., Lowell. . . 17 

Prescott Mills, Lowell 378 

Prescott National Bank, Lowell 368 
Priest John W., Brighton Cor- 
ner, Brighton frout 19 

Prior Patrick, Charlestown front 22 

Procter Charles, Chelmsford 124 

Proctor J. W., Lowell 29 

Proctor S. N., Lowell 37 

Proprietors Locks and Canals in 385 

Merrimac River, Lowell 

Puffer Stephen B , Lowell 41 

Purington John, Wakefield, 

front 5 
Rafferty Patrick H., Somerville, 

frout 20 

Rafter P. H., Lowell 22 

Railroad National Bank, Lowell 365 
Rand & Byam, Charlestown .... 198 

Rand & Gilroy, Charlestown 204 

Raudolph B. F., Maiden 65 

Rawsou & Hittinger, Cambridge- 
port . 167 

Ray William H., Lowell 41 

Ready Andrew, Maiden 65 

Record S. , Charlesto wn 205 

Reed David, Graniteville 145 

Reed William, Graniteville 145 

Reed & Gabriel, Charlestown... 201 
Renwick Robert, Arlington.,... 77 
Rhodes Richard, North Chelms- 
ford 123 



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Rice Charles, jr., Newton 112 

Rice, Kendall & Co., Boston. ... 225 

Rice T. H. W., Hudson 129 

Richards L. & L. J., Lowell 56 

Richardson D., jr., Lowell 36 

Richard sou F. L., Lowell. ..opp. 210 

Richardson Brothers, Lowell 28 

Richardson & Cutter, Lowell. ... 30 

Richardson & Smith, Lowell 210 

Riley Bernard & Co., Lowell 9 

Riverside House, Allston 110 

Robbins John, Boston 224 

Robbins M. D., Cambridge 170 

Robinson A., Holliston 190 

Robinson R. S., Cambridgeport. 169 
Robinson & Brown, Charlestown 

front 23 

Rolfe Henry C, Ayer 140 

Rolfe John S., North Cambridge, 217 

Rollins & Sargent, Lowell 23 

Ross H. P . Cambridgeport 155 

Ross & Jewett, Lowell 12 

Row & Deer, Cambridgeport 161 

Rowe & Culver, Worcester 219 

Rowell & Wright Misses, Wo- 

burn 86 

Runels & Davis, Lowell 19 

Runels, Davis & Foster, Lowell. 16 
Russell B. F. & C. E., Lowell. . . 21 

Russell Nathan, Hudson 134 

Ryan John E. , Lowell 13 

Ryder & Rooks, Lowell 13 

Safford W. A, Hudson 127 

Sanborn A. C. & Co., East Cam- 
bridge 176 

Sanborn E. L., Hudson 135 

Sanger N. C. & Sons, Watertown, 99 

Sanger S. H., Holliston 166 

Sargent Charles G. & Son, Gran- 

iteville 386 

Sargent E. D. & Co., Lowell. ... 212 

Savage W. F., Charlestown 186 

Sawyer G. Q., Hudson 133 

Sawyer Thomas C, Lowell 46 

Sawyer & Taylor, Lowell 46 

Scates D., Brighton 107 

Scates & Lyman, Brighton 108 

Scates & Richer, Newton 

front cover 

Scates Hotel, Brighton 107 

Schwamb Charles, Arlington. ... 77 
Schwamb Theodore, Arlington . . 99 
Scranton H. A. & O., Cambridge- 
port 172 

Scribner J. F., Cambridgeport. . 155 

Seavey Moses, Charlestown 203 

Shattuck R. W. & Co., Arling- 
ton 79 

Shaw J. B. & Co., Cambridge- 
port 156 

Shaw & Stockbridge, Charles- 
town 200 

Shay J. L, Woburn 91 

Shea Dennis J., Cambridge 174 

Shedd Geo. F., Waltham. .front 24 

Sheldon A. W., Lowell 21 

Sheppard Edwin, Lowell 6 



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Sherwin L. & Co., Ayer 140 

Shoe Machine Manufacturing Co. 

Boston opp. 58 front 

Silver & Gay, North Chelmsford 123 
Simpson Charles E., Holliston. . 190 

Simpson David, Medford 68 

Simpson Harrison, Cambridge- 
port 173 

Simpson R., Lowell 4 

Simpson's Hotel, Medford 68 

Sleeper L. C. & Co., Lowell 57 

Smart D. C, Cambridgeport 168 

Smith Charles A., Woburn 83 

Smith E. A. & A. T., Lowell. ... 24 

Smith E. C, Charlestown 202 

Smith S. C, Lowell 6 

Smith & Sullivan, Cambridge- 
port 172 

Spalding & Brown, Lowell 15 

Spaulding & Co., Boston 223 

Speatman Robert, Arlington. ... 81 

Spencer S. M., Boston 225 

Spencer N. A., Ayer 141 

Sproul John L., North Cam- 
bridge 167 

Stafford J. S., Cambridgeport. . . 159 

Stanley Charles W., Woburn 85 

Staples N. T. & Sons, Lowell. . . 2 

Starbuck Alex. Waltham 104 

Stark John, Waltham 100 

Starks R. C, East Somerville. . . 72 
Stearns, Brown & Co., Woburn. 96 
Stearns & Butler, Charlestown. 210 
Stedman D. B. & Co., BostOD, 

back cover 

Stetson & Talbot, Holliston 187 

Stevens Geo. & Co., East Camb- 

bridge 175 

Stevens G. C. & J. F., Ayer 147 

Steveus Solon, Lowell 52 

Stewart Daniel H., Lowell 54 

Stewart H. L., Cambridge 158 

Stiles, Rogers & Co., Lowell 28 

Stocking & Austin, Boston 

back cover 

Stoner D. W 208 

Strout C. M., Woburn 84 

Sullivan T., East Cambridge. . . 179 
Sullivan S. A. Mrs., Woburn. . 86 

Sullivan T. V., Woburn 94 

Swain Asa M., North Chelms- 
ford 384 

Swain Turbine Company, Lowell 384 

Swett & Clark, Lowell 45 

Sykes Joseph, Woburn 85 

Talbot Louis B., Hudson 127 

Tar bell E. G., Watertown 97 

Tay Frank B., Stoneham 72 

Taylor S. K. & Co., Boston. ..... 223 

Taylor W. A., Cambridge- 
port 157 

Taylor & Barker, Lowell 1 

Teel Albert L., Arlington 81 

Teele & Hill, Medford 70 

Temple J. F. & Co., East Cam- 
bridge 183 

Tessier Francois, E. Cambridge 184 



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Thayer J. H. & J. P. & Co., 

Cambridge port 149 

Thompson A. E. & Co., Woburn 90 
Thomson Benjamin, Hudson. . . 138 

Tighe & Quinn, Lowell 57 

Tolman J. C, Lowell 9 

Tormey Thomas, Lowell 53 

Torsey James M. & Co., Lowell, 19 

Tower Henry, Hudson 128 

Tower & Arnold, Hudson 128 

Tower Brothers, Hudson 126 

Towler Harry, Lowell 9 

Traders' & Mechanics' Ins. Co., 

Lowell 372 

Tremont & Suffolk Mills, Lowell 379 
Tripp Boot & Shoe Machine Co., 

Boston opp. 59 front 

Tripp Brothers, Hudson 127 

Trowbridge Geo. N. & Son, Low- 
ell 20 

Tucker David S., Cbarlestown. . . 202 

Tucker S. P., Hudson 131 

Tufts Nathan & Son, Charles- 
town 191 

Tyrrall Joseph. Lowell 55 

Underwood Geo. E. , Ayer 139 

Union Machine & Foundry Co., 

East Cambridge 185 

U. S. Bunting Co., Lowell 383 

U S. Cartridge Co., Lowell 383 

U. S. Lock Co., Boston. back colored 
Varnum Charles F., Lowell .... 3(5 

Vaughan Daniel, Medford 68 

Viles Albert, Lowed 31 

Waldo J. Adan & Co., Boston.. 230 

Walsh John, Lowell 4 

Waltham Bleachery & Dye 

Works, Waltham opp. p. 46 

Wamesit Power Co., Lowell 383 

Wamesit Worsted Co., Lowell.. 383 
Warner L. Mrs., West Newton. . 115 
Warner Geo. W., Brighton, 

back cover 
Washington Pipe Works, Boston 194 
Waterman M. T., Newtouville. . 211 
Waverley House, Brighton Cor- 
ner. HI 

Weaver S. H., Lowell 3 

Webber & Matlies, Charlestown, 199 

Weeks & Co., Waltham 212 

Weeman & Co , Charlestown 190 

Weitze Robert, East Cambridge 178 
Wellington Horatio & Co., East 
Cambridge 175 



Page 

Wellington & Hunnewell, 

Charlestown 195 

WentworthT. B.,Cambridgeport, 210 
Wlieeler P. C. & Co., East Cam- 
bridge 178 

Whipple Orrin, Newton 113 

Whitcher Jacob C, Woburn 94 

White Charles, Brighton 10S 

White W. & Sons, Watertown. . 97 

Whitman A., Ayer 143 

Whitman Zachariah, Ayer 143 

Whitney H. W., Hudson 125 

Whitten W. T., Lowell. .. .50 and 51 

Whittier E. T., Stoneham 73 

Wickasauke Works, North 

Chelmsford 382 

Wilby William & Co., Lowell. . . 186 
Wilder Charles B. & Co., Boston 

front colored 
Wilder J. C, Cambridgeport. . . . 1(56 

Wilder S. & Co., Holliston 189 

Wiley L. P., Watertown front 20 

Williams Augustus, Newtouville, 216 

Williams A. & Co., Lowell 59 

Williams Brothers, Waltham. . . 100 

Wilson John, Cambridgeport 165 

Winslow S. & Co., Charlestown, 191 

Withingtou Henry, Medford 67 

Woburn Advertiser, Woburn. ... 84 

Wood Alfred, Cambridge 153 

Wood H. R., Lowell 34 

Wood Robert, Lowell 49 

Wood William T. & Co., Arling- 
ton 78 

Wood & Rawson, Hudson 136 

Woodman Charles, Cambridge- 
port 168 

Woodman H. A., Somerville. ... 72 
Woodsum Brothers, Charles- 
town 195 

Woodward Henry M., Lowell. ... 13 

Woodward S., Lowell 37 

Woolrich & Co., Maiden 

over Calendar 
Worcester Brothers, Cambridge, 151 

Wright A. F. & Co. , Lowell 39 

Wright A. L, Lowell 29 

Wright Geo. G., Cambridge, front 18 

Wright Jeptha, Graniteville 146 

Wright W. & Son, Ayer 139 

Wyman John H., Lowell 41 

Wyman William, East Cam- 
bridge 176 

York & Edwards, Lowell 40 



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15 



HILL & BABBIDGE, 

Manufacturers and Dealers in 




RANGES, 

AND 

^FURNACES 



Also, a full supply of 



TIN, JAPANNED AND WOODEN WAEE, 
240 MAIN STREET, WOBURN, MASS. 

Special Agent for the " Monitor Coffee Pot." 



CARPENTER 



BUILDER. 2 




PLANS & ESTIMATES? 



Furnished upon Application. "-.,,. 

JOB WORK ATTENDED TO PROMPTLY. 
No. 285 MERRIMACK STREET, 



LOWELL, 



16 MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 

C. T. CHAMBERLIN, 
CITY UNDERTAKER AND CORONER, 

AND DEALER IN 




Coffins & Caskets, 

OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. 

Thibet, Cashmere and Lawn Grave Clothes 



CONSTANTLY ON HAND. 



45 Prescott Place, Lowell, Mass. 

COOK, TAYLOR & GO. 



DEALERS IN 



DRY k FANCY GOODS, 

CARPETS, ETC. 

107 Central and 48 Merrimack Streets, 
IiOWEIiXi, MASS. 



G. G. COOK. A. C. TAYLOR. 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY DxRECTORY. 17 

THE CELEBRATED 

Waltham Copper Weather Vanes, 

Manufactured and sold, wholesale and retail, by 

&• w® iiniii m MMp 

(Sxxecessors to A.. L. JEWELL <5c CO.) 
AT 

"W ALT JE£J±ML, MASS. 
Vanes of any required design made to order, 

SEND FOR ILLUSTRATED CIRCULAR. 

THE 

Culinary Cabinet, 

PATENTED BY J. BILLINGS, 

Meets -with great favor. It is, iD fact, to the kitchen as indispensable as the sideboard 
to the dining-room ; for, in one compact piece of furniture you have full sets of Draw- 
ers for Flour, Spices, etc., together with Kneading-Board, Flour-Sifter, Rolling- Pins, 
Egg-Beater, Dough-Spoons, etc., enough of the most important kitchen utensils to 
commence housekeeping. 

Manufactured f and for Sale^bv 
Union Square, - - Allston, Mass. 



:E»JLTETVTEI> MARCH 30th. 1866. 



STATE AND COUNTY RIGHTS FOR SALE. 

HENRY S. ANDROS, 

Druggist and Apothecary, 

641 MAIN, Cor. TEMPLE STREET, 

CAMMtlDGEPORT, MA8S. 

A full assortment of PATENT MEDICINES, TOILET 
ARTICLES PERFUMERY, CONFECTIONERY, etc., on 
hand. 

Successor to «T. &. WOODWARD. 




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MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



CAYFORD & HALE, 



umivj iiim uuiiiuiuiiu) 

Warren Block, Union Square, 
SOMERVILLE. 

F. CAYFORD. J- HALE. 

cioRCE C. WRICHT, 

DEALER IN 

Flour, Meal, Hay and Grain, 

MT. AUBURN STREET, 

CAMBRIDGE. 

JML m T. HEOLMA1M, 

HOUSE AND SIGN 




PAINTER 

Graining, Glazing, Etc. 

STREET, - CMLESTOWN," MIS 

Ceilings and Walls Tinted and Decorated. 



WILLIAM A. BOCK, 

FLORIST. 

Plants, by Wholesale and Retail. 
FLOWERS, OF THE CHOICEST VARIETIES. 

BOUQUETS, 

Wreaths, Crosses, Etc., 

Made to order. 

CEDAR, NEAR RICE STREET, 

North Cambridge. 



MIDDLESEX COUXTY DIRECTORY. 



19 



john w* &mm$% 




S T E ^ M 

SAWING AND PLANING MILL, 



MANUFACTURER OF 



S>e>@)f§, Saskeet M&BLde, 

WINDOW FRAMES, 

MOULDINGS, 

Brackets, Packing Boxes, etc. 
All kinds of Sawing, Planing, and Turning 

Done in the best manner, and on reasonable terms. 

LAND PLASTER, 

Manufactured and for sale at 

BRIGHTON CORNER, BRIGHTON, MASS. 




Orders by mail promptly attended to. 



20 MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 

D. H. HUSTON, 

House and Sign Painter, 

GRAINING AND GLAZING 




On reasonable terms. 



Paints, Oil, Window Glass, Brushes, Etc., 

On hand and For Sale. 

SHOP ON AUBURN STREET, 
AUB7JBNDAZE, - MASS. 

PATRICK RAFFERTY, 

Funeral Undertaker, 

CORNER MILK AND CHURCH STS., SOMEBVILLE. 

Also, No. 62 Merrimac Street, near Chardon Street, BOSTON. 

COFFINS, CASKETS, ROBES 

and HEARSES furnished at short notice. 

Agent for tbe Sale of Lots in Holy Cross 
Cemetery, 

EAST MAI.DEN. 

CONFECTIONER, 

Manufacturer of and Dealer in French and American 

CONFECTIONERY AND CAKE, 

Main, opp. Church Street, - - Watertown, Mass. 




MIDDLESEX COUNTT DIRECTORY. 



21 



CHARLES F. PACE, 

DRUGGIST. 



AND DEALER IN 



DRUGS, MEDICINES, FANCY GOODS 

-And Toilet Articles, Daily and Weekly Papers, Magazines, Etc. Cigars, 
Tobacco, Confectionery, Etc., constantly on hand. 

Main Street, WATERTOWN, MASS. 

Also, Branch Store, No. 1 Crane's Hlock, Washington Street, East Somerville. 




C. B. GOODRICH, 

OrackLer BaKer, 



AND DEALER 



GINGER SNAPS AND FANCY CRACKERS. 

Nos. 390, 392 and 394 BUNKER HILL STREET, .... CHARLESTOWN, MASS. 
Crackers delivered to any part of the city or vicinity free of expense. All orders, addressed 
as^bove, will meet with prompt attention. 

WILLIAM PHILLIPS, 

igar Manufacturer, 

And Wholesale and Retail Dealer in 

BEST QUALITY OF CI GAMS, 

Smoking & Chewing Tobacco, 

PIPES, ETC. 

33] Vine, corner of Moulton Street, Charlestown, Mass. 

Banker Hill Cars pass the door. 




22 



MIDDLESEX COONTY DIRECTORY. 



J. F. HUDSON, 




Manufacturer of 



Car Baskets & Inside Trimmings, 

IKKSTAOTS, STAMPS AKD FANCY O00DS. ° 

PATEICK PRIOR, 

DEALER IN 

Choice Groceries and Provisions, 



OF ALL KINDS. 







Choice Teas, Coffees and Spices, 

Constantly on hand. All orders will receive prompt attention. Goods delivered in 
Charlestown and vicinity, free of charge. 



18 Medford Street, 



Charlestown. 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



23 



THOMAS J. BARTON, 




Keeps constantly on hand a well-selected stock of 

Broadcloths, Cassimeres, Doeskins and Fancy 
Vestings, appropriate to the Season. 

All garments made by me are warranted to give complete 
satisfaction, both in fit, style and workmanship. 

REMEMBER THE PLACE, 

281 MAIN STREET, WALTHAM. 

ROBINSON & BEOWN, 



Manufacturers & Dealers ii 




FURNITURE 



Factory and Salesroom, 30, 32, 34, 33, 3S & 40 Chapman St. 

CHARLESTOWN, IMC ASS. 

AMOS BEOWN, 



Oarpente] 



I 



MANUFACTURER OF 

BRACKETS AND MOULDINGS. 
Also, Planing, Wood Turning, Jig and Circular Sawing, 

CORNER OF LAWRENCE k CHAPMAN STS., CHARLESTOWN. 



24 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



ROLAND A. DAVIS, 

MANUFACTURER OF 

Paper Boxes, 

FAIRMOUNT ST..W0BURN CENTRE, MASS. 
All orders by mail promptly attended to. 



GEO. F. SHEDD, 




MANUFACTURER OF 



Small Lathes 

AND STEAM ENGINES, 

Lexington Si, near Beaver, 

WALTHAM, MASS. 



JAMES PARTRIDGE, 

House & Sign Painter. 

Graining and Glazing. 

SHOP ON CENTER STREET, 

Near Main, 

WAKEFIELD, MASS. 




CHARLES A. PEARSON, 



AND SURVEYOR. 

Office, 25 City Square, - - - - Boom 11, 
CHARLESTOWN, MASS. 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



25 



BARRETTS 

III 





Barrett Street, MALDEN. 

OFFICE, 140 WASHINGTON ST., BOSTON. 



This old Establishment of Sixty Years' 
standing, combining conveniences and im- 
provements possessed by no other Dye House, 
and conducted by a 

ww&mm&% @mmwm% 

Stands unrivalled in this country for the 
beauty and excellence of color and finish 
given to Ladies' Dresses, and other articles; 
and the public are assured that work will 
in future be done at as low prices (whatever 
others may fix upon) as at any otherl Dye 
Rouse in New England. 

Work done as Quickly as at any other Establishment, 



BARRETT & BROTHER, 



HENRY BARRETT. 



Proprietors . 



AARON BARRETT. 



26 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



AMERICAN TIBB WORKS, 

97 State Street, BOSTON. 

Bole Manufacturers in America of Green's and Alston's Patent 

Seamless Drawn Brass Tubes 

AND ADAMS' PATENT 

SEAMLESS DRAWN COPPER TUBES 

FOR 

Locomotive, Marine and Stationary Boilers, 

Heattr Tubes, Worms for Stills, Hand Rail, Pump Chambers, Peed Pipes, Sand Pipes, 

Paper Rolls, Bilge Pipes, Steam Pipes, Condensers, Pump Rame, Printers' 

Moulds, and other Purposes. 

Particular attention is called to the use of our Seamless Drawn Brass Tubes, for 
Plumbing, in place of lead and other pipes. 

JOSEPH H. COTTON, Treas. 

BEAN & JOYCE, 

Dealers in 

FMANKLIN COAL OF LYKENS VALLEY. 

JOYCE'S WHARP, entrance from Main Street, - Medford, Mass. 




JAMES BEAN. 



FRANK JOYCE. 



JAMES BEAN, 

FLORIST, 

High Street, above Wintnrop - Street, 

MEDFORD, - - - MAJSS. 
ALSO, 

WREATHS, CROSSES & BOUQUETS. 
PARTY DECORATIONS 

Furnished at short notice. 




Middlesex County 
DIRECTORY, 

FOR 1873-74. 

Arranged Alphabetically by Business and Towns. 

The Post-office address is also given when it 

differs from the name of the Town, 



Academies and Colleges. 

High School, W. H. H. Tuttle, Prin. Arlington 

High School, Alfred S. Roe, Prin. Ashland 

Orchard Hill School, D. Mack, Prin. Belmont 

Howe School, Samuel I.Tucker, Prin. Billerica 

Harvard College, Chas. W. Eliot, Pres. Cambridge 

High School, A. G. McAllister, Prin. Chelmsford 

High School, A. E. Lake, Prin. North Chelmsford, " 
High School, Lester Wheeler, Prin. Framingham 

State Normal School, Annie E. Johnson, Prin. " 

Lawrence Academy, James Fletcher Prin. Groton 

Tufts College, A. A. Miner, Pres. Medford 

Newton Theological Institution, Alvah Hovey, 

Pres. Newton Centre, Newton 

West Newton English and Classical School, N. 

T. Allen, Prin. West Newton, " 

Auburndale Select Boys' School. C. W. Cushing, 

Prin. Auburndale, " 

Laselle Female Seminary, C. W. Cushing, Prin. 

Auburndale, " 

Pepperell Academy, L. P. Blood, Pepperell 

Westford Academy, Wm. E. Frost, Prin. Westford 

Warren Academy, Wm. A. Stone, Prin. Woburn 



Acid Manufacturers. 
Merrimac Chemical Co. 



Woburn 



Geo. Woods & Co.'s Parlor and Vestry Organs are not equalled fo r 
purity and brilliancy of tone. 



28 MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 

Adams' Champagne Cider Manufacturers. 
HOLT & ADAMS (see adv. dept. p. 124), 

North Chelmsford, Chelmsford* 

Agents. 

STAPLES N. T. & SONS (Portland stone ware, 
drain and water pipes), 7 Bank building (see 
adv. dept. p. 2), Lowell 

Agriculturalists. 
BRIGHAM CHARLES G. (see adv. dept. p. 138), 

Hudson 
POPE DANIEL (see adv. dept. p. 136), 

Agricultural Implement Manufacturers. 
AMES PLOW COMPANY (all kinds), Ayer 

Thayer Luther (hay cutters), Brighton 

Shedd John S. (ploughs), Chelmsford 

Roby Manufacturing Company (scythes, etc.), 

West Chelmsford, " 

Adams William (ploughs), Woodville, Hopkinton 

Bibber Benjamin (trowels), West Townsend, Townsend 
Tucker Ebenezer (picks, bog hoes, etc.), Weston 

Agricultural Warehouses. 
Andrews W. H. North Cambridge, Cambridge 

CHILDS CALVIN, Groton 

FITTS & TURNER (see adv. dept. p. 189), Holliston 
TUCKER S. P., Houghton's block (see adv. dept. 

p. 131), Hudson 

Fielding & Bartlett, 136 Central, Lowell 

Rogers Jacob & Co. 166 Merrimac, " 

Shattuck H. B. 34 Central and 14 Prescott, " 

Adams J. G. & Co. 1 Union block, Natick 

Howes Alfred, Newton 

EARLE A. F. West Newton, " 

Littlefield S. F. Wakefield 

Nettles Brothers, " 

Bill C. H. & Son, 3 Rumford building, Waltham 

Richardson Brothers, Goodnow's block, "• 

Howes Alfred, Main, corner Spring, Watertown 

Thompson L. jr. 117 Main, Woburn 

Ale, Porter and Cider. 
Quinn Charles, 116 Fourth, East Cambridge, Cambridge 
Cheney C. N. 5 Middle, Lowell 

COSGROVE JOHN, 272 Merrimac (see adv. dept. 
p. 212), 



Prank B. Oodge, Watches, Jewelry, Silver Ware, Sewing Machine 
Musical Instruments, Fancy Goods, Ac, 143 Main Street, Woburn. 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTOEY. 29 



FLOOD B. H. 48 Dutton (see adv. dept. p. 30), Lowell 
GRAY JOHN W. 81 Market (see adv. dept. p. 14), " 
LANNON JOHN (wholesale), 142 to 146 Market 

(see adv. dept. p. 187), " 

LYNCH P. 41 Market (see adv. dept. p. 7), " 

Apothecaries. 

Dodge Davies, opp. depot, Arlington 

Pearson Simon T., Arlington avenue, cor/Medford, " 
Billings & Oxley, Ashland 

Tilton William A. « 

Brock G. C. 3 Page's block, Ayer 

WILLIS EBENEZER (homo.), 

Stearns Elijah W. Bedford 

Richardson B. L. Belmont 

Hawks J. R. Allston, Brighton 

Tuttle E. H. opp. Cattle Fair Hotel, 
WARREN GEO. W. (see advt. back cover), 
Bartlett H. S. 454 Harvard, Cambridge 

Hubbard J. H. & Co. 468 Harvard, 
Ramsey Alexander H. 1 Brattle, " 

Stone Wm. A. 4 Brewer's block, " 

Appleton H. K. jr. 105 Cambridge, East Cambridge, " 
Jones Mark A. 43 Gore, " " 

Nichols H. C. 169 Cambridge, » « 

Stevens Charles E. 153 Bridge, " " 

Studley & Buswell, 156 Cambridge, " " 

Thayer W. C. 88 Cambridge, 

Weston & Co., Cambridge, cor. Fifth, " " 

Dodge Davies, North Cambridge, " 

Goodwin John A. " " 

ANDROS HENRY S. 641 Main (see advt. p. 17, 

front), Cambridgeport, " 

Appleton & Hebard, 415 Cambridge, " " 

Bayley Augustus R. 607 Main, " " 

Cottrell S. G. 152 Harvard, « « 

Hill J. W. H. 28 River, " 

Macaulay James, Cambridge, cor. Prospect, Cam- 
bridgeport, " 
Orne Joel S. 493 Main, Cambridgeport, " 
Southworth Geo. M. 439 Main, " " 
Webber O. H. 591 Main, « « 
ANNIS GEORGE W., Cambridge, cor. Kingston 

(see adv. dept. p. 201), Charlestown 

Bond Wm. L. 343 Main, " 

Brown Joseph, 383 Main, " 

Cheever John, 236 Main, " 

Cutler J. H. 75 Elm, » 



Geo. Woods Co.'s Combination Solo Stops are remarkable fox the 
beauty and variety of the musical effects of which they are capable. 



30 MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



Apothecaries. — continued. 

Davol A. F. 10 Main, Charlestown 

Dodge Levi G. 536 Main, " 

Donovan A. 2 Bunker Hill, cor. Moulton, " 

Downs H. P. 574 Main, " 

Emerson George, High, cor. Green, " 

Folsom John A. 171 Bunker Hill, " 

Hovey William, 448 Main, " 

Kettell Geo. P. 250 Main, " 

Leland L. A. 55 Main, " 

Morse Wm. B. 119 Main, " 

Robinson Oscar, 196 Main, " 

Stacy Benjamin F. 51 yine, " 

Stowell & Co. 48 Main, " 

Toppan Nathaniel D., Bartlett, cor. Elm, " 

Towne J. W. 236£ Bunker Hill, " 

Tower Walter S. 1 Waverley block, ' 

Willard George F. 128 Main, . " 
Woodbridge Geo. W., Chelsea, cor. Mt. Vernon pi. " 

Friend John C. Concord 

Everett J. B. Everett 

Henry C. F. Framingham 

HORNE F. B. " 

Lombard I. A. South Framingham, " 
RICE GEORGE, " 

(GOODWIN F. W. Saxonville, " 

Gerrish Charles, Groton 

Andrews Theodore E., Andrews' block, Holliston 
BURSLEY IRA A. 4 Bond's block (see adv. dept. 

p. 188), 

Wheeler H. M. " 

THOMSON WILLIAM A. Hopkinton 

Woodbury J. A. " 
COCHRAN & WHITMAN, Brigham's block (see 

adv. dept. p. 126), Hudson 

MANSON S. F., Post Office building, " 

SAFFORD W. A. (see adv. dept. p. 127), " 

Babcock L. G. Lexington 

Allen A. W. & Co., Merrimac, cor. Suffolk, Lowell 

Bailey F. & E., Merrimac, cor. John, " 

Baudry Joseph K. 327 Merrimac, " 

Belleisle O. J. 49 East Merrimac, " 

Butler F. H. & Co., Central, cor. Jackson, " 

Carleton & Hovey, 164 Merrimac, " 

Carter Charles E., Dutton, cor. Fletcher, " 

Carter M. O., Merrimac, cor. Bridge, " 

Dows Amos W. 185 Central, " 

Duncan Wm. W., Middlesex, cor. Thorndike, " 

Field O. L., Merrimac, cor. Worthen, " 



Frank B. Dodge, Watchmaker, 143 Main Street, Woburn. 
Repaired. 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



31 



Hayes Joseph R. 18 Central, Lowell 

Hood C. I. & Co., Merrimac, cor. Central, " 

Hoyt Eli W. & Co. 121 Central, " 

Kimball C. R., Central, cor. Merrimac, " 

Lane Louisa C. 79 Merrimac, " 

PHELAN ARTHUR Q., Gorham, cor. Summer 

(see adv. dept. p. 8), " 

Plunkett Joseph, Market, cor. Dutton, " 

Swaby J. P. 117 Tkorndike, " 

Thompson M. E. (bot.) 222 Merrimac, " 

Cox Wm. W. N. Maiden 

Josselyn M. E., Pleasant, near Central square, " 

Leach George H., Pleasant, opp. Linden, " 

Woods & Son, Abbott's block, " 

Cummings L. E. Maplewood, " 

Burdett William D., Burdett & Brigham's block, 

Marlborough 
Hunter Clifford D. " 

Marshall Frank A. " 

Putnam Henry A. " 

Wouldhave Thomas, Maynard 

Hooper Brothers, Medford square, Medford 

Tufts James W., Medford square, " 

Larrabee John, Melrose 

Bullard Ira O. Natick 

Cummings F. E. 19 Main, " 

Daniels S. O., Clark's block, " 

Walcott E. H., West Central st. " 

SMITH G. & CO. South Natick, 

Billings Edward T., Eliot Block, Newton 

ROGERS CHARLES F., Brackett's block, " 

Noble John J. Newton Centre, " 

Lord F. T. Lower Falls, " 

WILLIAMS A. opp. depot (see adv. dept. p. 216), 

Newtonville, " 
Ingraham G. H. 
SNOW ISAAC H. 
Webster J. F. 

COPELAND GEORGE A. 
Bell R. J., Siraes' block, Pleading 

Danforth A. W., Bank building, " 

Willis Win. H., Main, corner Haven, " 

Cowdin George H., Union square, Somerville 

Quinn Wm. A., Union square, » 

Southworth Chas. A., Milk, opp. Spring, " 

CRANE & PERRY, Perkins, cor. Franklin, 

East Somerville, " 

Page Charles F., Washington, cor. Pinckney, 

East Somerville, " 



West Newton, 

Upper Falls, 
Auburndale, 



Tlie cases ofGeo.Woods Co.'s Organs are of the most beautiful and 
graceful designs. 



32 MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 

Apothecaries. — continued. 
CRANE & PERRY, Winter Hill, North Somer- 

ville, Somerville 

TOBEY B. F. near Elm street depot, West Som- 
erville, " 
Bartlett H. S. Stoneham 
Goodnow J. F. 3 Dow's block, " 
Gordon William F. 70 Main, " 
Taylor Wm. P. Townsend Centre, Townsend 
MANSFIELD J. D., Main, cor. Albion, Wakefield 
Melzar A. P., Brown's block, " 
Tucker Jamps P., Cartwright block, " 
Cheever Joseph H. 295 Main, Waltham 
Frothingham D. D. 357 Main, « 
Hall Henry C, Moody, corner Crescent, " 
Lewis Jarvis, 255 Main, " 
Rogers George H. 1 Rumford building, " 
WARREN GEO. W. (see advt. back cover), " 
PAGE CHARLES F., Main, cor. Church (see advt. 

p. 21, front), Water town 

Sullivan J. Albert. Main, corner Garden, " 

Cochran G. B. Cochituate, Wayland 

Brown George P. Winchester 

Boardman E. E. 125 Main, Woburn 

Dodge George S. 189 Main, " 

Fosdick & Buss, 170 Main, " 

Trull Elbridge, 231 Main, " 

Architects. 
Chase James M., Arlington avenue, Arlington 

Lapham Morey, Aver 

PARKER SAMUEL, 603 Main (see adv. dept. p. 

162), Cambridgeport, Cambridge 

WEBBER J. H. 608 Main, " 

Dennison Hosea B. 230 Main, East Cambridge, " 
SAVAGE W. F. 130 Main (see adv. dept. p. 186), 

Charlestown 
Esty A. K. Framingham 

HODGDON & SON, Fletcher, corner Franklin (see 

adv. dept. p. 33), Lowell 

PATTERSON WILLIAM, 21 Common (see advt. 

front cover), " 

PEARSON GEO. W 7 Bank building, Middle st. 

(see adv. dept. p. 35), " 

Pinkham R. G. Medford 

Rodgers & Rand, West Medford, " 

Files R. F., Warren block, Union square, Somerville 

Artificial Stone. 
UNION STONE CO., Second, on Eastern R. R., Everett 



Frank B. Dodge, Optician, 143 Main Street, Woburn, dealer in {Spec- 
tacles and Eyeglasses. 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 33 

Artists. 
Russ C. B. 438 Main, Cambridgeport, Cambridge 

Clough M., D. Kirk street, Lowell 

Howes S. P. 112 Merrimac, " 

Lawson Thomas B. 8 Savings Bank building, " 

Kittredge A. 10 Middle, " 

Bobbins Ellen, Watertown 

Sharp James, " 

Artists' Materials. 
Wiggin James B., Osborn's block, Cambridgeport, 

Cambridge 
FISKE & SPALDING, 101 and 103 Central, and 

3 and 4 Jackson (see adv. dept. p. 10), Lowell 

Kittredge A. L. 104 Central, " 

Astronomical Instrument Manufacturers. 
Clark Alvin & Sons, foot of Brookline, Cambridge- 
port, Cambridge 
Auctioneers. 
Blodgett Jonas, Acton 
PARKER GEO.L. & CO. (see adv. dept. p. 118), 

South Acton, " 
Poland Benjamin, Arlington 

"Wellington Andrew, " 

Wright F. W. Ashby 

Morse Ezra, Ashland 

Whitney John A. " 

Felch Benjamin F. Ayer 

Reed Samuel, " 

Lane Wm. A. & Co. Bedford 

Simonds M. Belmont 

Baldwin Francis, Billerica 

HOWE A. & G. H. (see adv. dept. p. 107), Brighton 
Winn William, Burlington 

Burkett & Wing, 564 Main, Cambridgeport, Cambridge 
Cahill John, Masonic block, " " 

Knights Samuel C. & Son, 595 Main, " " 

WILDER J. C. &CO. 288 Broadway (see adv. dept. 

p. 166), Cambridgeport, " 

Coveney J. W. 97 Cambridge, East Cambridge, " 

Monroe W. A. rear 81 Cambridge, " « 

Carter A. J. 118 Main, Charlestown 

COOPER & KELSO, 154 Main, 

DeCosta & Sawyer, 9 City, '" 

Hart JosephS. " 

Oldham J. 5 Chelsea, " 

SAUNDERS Z. M. 478 Main, 
WOLSTON J. R. 1 Chelsea, 



Geo. Woods Co.'s Organs are constructed In the most thorough and 
perfect manner. 



34 MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



Auctioneers, — continued. 
Staples Samuel, Concord 

Merriam Otis, , Everett 

Clark John, Framingham 

Haven B. K. 

Wheeler T. H. " 

Robbins Andrew, Groton 

JOHNSON H. N. Holliston 

Robertson George W. " 

Howe S. W. Hopkinton 

Whittemore Jonathan, " 

Rawson George S. Hudson 

Ross J. C. " 

SAWYER GEO. Q. (see adv. dept. p. 133), 
Lane J. A. & Co. Lexington 

Kimball William, Littleton 

Warren John D. 172 Merrimac, " 

Abbott Joel A. Lowell 

CON ANT J. E. (horse and carriage), 170 Central 

(see adv. dept. p. 211,) " 

Fairgrieve George W. 9 and 11 Middle, " 

McKee David, 130 Middlesex, " 

PATCH E. B. 1 and 2 Commercial square (see adv. 

dept. p. 48), . " 

SAWYER & TAYLOR, 161 and 163 Middlesex (see 

adv. dept. p. 46), " 

Hill George G. Maiden 

RANDOLPH B. F., Pleasant, under Howard House 

(see adv. dept. p. 65), " 

Chipman John, Marlborough 

Jones R. D . " 

Jones R. W. " 

Balcom Asahel, Maynard 

Parker Elmer, " 

WHITE JOHN T., Railroad building, Medford 

Wilde & Teele, " 

Burks A. W. Natick 

Perry E. South Natick, " 

Towne Wm. J. Newtonville, Newton 

Hyde J. F. C. Newton Centre, " 

Winn AbelB. Pepperell 

Temple Henry, Haven, near depot, Reading 

Hooker George B. Sherborn 

Longley James P. Shirley 

Pierce W. H. Somerville 

CHANDLER B. E., Broadway, near Mt Vernon, 

East Somerville, " 
Porter & Daniels, Perkins, cor. Lincoln, " " 

Dean Silas, Stoneham 



Frank B. Dodge, 143 Main Street, Wobum. Watches and Jewelry 
Repaired in the best manner. 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 35 

Hunt J. S. Sudbury 
Richardson B. H. South Sudbury, " 
Lewis B. F. Townsend Centre, Townsend 

Eustis James, Wakefield 

Skinner W. G. " 

Williams Francis, " 

Brown H. A. 264 Main, Waltham 

Craft Joseph, Watertown 

Simpson F. H. Wayland 

Nichols Samuel B. Wilmington 

Prince James H. Winchester 

Pickering Rufus, 5 Wade block, Woburn 

Thompson S. F. 205. Main, " 

Axle Manufacturer. 
Kinsley Edgar L. (wagon and car), Hampshire, 

near Broadway, Cambridgeport, Cambridge 

Bacon Works. 
Howe, Teele & Co. Cambridgeport, Cambridge 

Squires J. P. & Co. East Cambridge, " 

Bagging Manufacturers. 

Tudor Co. (jute), Charlestown 

Turner Lucius (patent feed bag), opp. B. & M. 

depot, Reading 

Bakers. 
PATTEE WILLIAM H., Arlington ave. (see adv. 

dept. p. 77), Arlington 

Fiske G. C. Ashland 

Tilton F. B. " 

Richardson A. E. & Co , Merchants Row, Ayer 

Darragh James, Brighton 

Blaney Maria L. 6 Brighton, Cambridge 

Turner M. A. 912 Main, " 

Wright William, Mt. Auburn, cor. Dunster, and 

404 Harvard, 
Doyle M. J. 215 Cambridge, East Cambridge, 
Hosley F. P. Mrs. 71 Vine, " 

Liebert D. 67 Gore, " 

Mclntire Ezra, 79 and 184 Cambridge, " 
Stratton C. M. 171 Cambridge, " 

Weinhold Ewald, Seventh, cor. Otis, " 
Ball Joseph G. 1 Austin, Cambridgeport, 

Blake Charles H. 601 Main, " 

Brown William S. 15 River, " 

Chase B. F., Prospect, cor. Cambridge, " 
Close John, 315 Cambridge, " 

Gardiner Henry A. 48 Auburn, " 



Hear the "Vox Humana" Stop in Geo. Woods Co.'s Organs; it is 
baritone solo stop, not a mere fan or tremolo. 



36 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



Bakers, — continued. 
Kennedy Frank A. 500 Main, Cambridgeport, Cambridge 

Newmarch Joseph, 151 Harvard, " " 

Sinclair Robert, 110 Main, " " 

THURSTON, HALL & CO. 31 and 33 Elm, 

Cambridgeport, " 
White P. & Bro. 442 Cambridge, " " 
Whitney Martin, 579 Main, " " 
Armstrong John, 107 Main, Charlestown 
Curtis Charles, 356 Main, " 
FISHER CHARLES N. 46 Walker and 54 Rus- 
sell (see adv. dept. p. 202), " 
Flanagan David, 40 Bow, " 
Gilmore Orrin, 216 Bunker Hill, " 
GOODRICH CHARLES B. (cracker), 392 and 394 

Bunker Hill (see advt. p. 21, front), " 

Lane R. A. 101 Bunker Hill, " 
LEWIS FRANK, 71 Bartlett (see adv. dept. p. 

197), " 

Moody Benjamin, 72 Green, " 

Morse George A. 40 Park, " 

O'Flannagan John, 230 Main, " 

O'Keefe Michael Mrs. 59 Bartlett, " 

Parker Thomas, 40 Bunker Hill, " 

Philbrook & Co. 58 Henley, " 

Sanderson George A. 42 Decatur, " 

Shedd Thomas A. 637 Main, " 
Stetson Emri B. 148 Main, 
Walkup Al©nzo, 
BOYNTON WM. J. (cracker), 
Stevens T. K. (fancy), 
Cutting O. L. 



Framingbam 
Groton 
Groton Centre, " 

Holliston 
Dustin H. Hopkinton 

BLANDING OSCAR G. (see adv. dept. page 

130), Hudson 

BRADT G. J & D., Whiting st. (see adv. dept. p. 

44), Lowell 

Cornock R. Mrs. 261 Merrimac, 
LAMOTHE L. P. 7 Cushing, 
Lavery A., Fletcher, corner Broadway, 
MORRIS MARTIN, 34 Paige (see adv. dept. p. 

213), 
Scripture Stephen A. 229 Central, 
Somes Wm. E., Fayette, corner East Merrimac, 

Belvidere, 

Heerkloss William, Maiden 

Childs K. D. Marlborough 

Gates Ambrose E. Maynard 

Wallace Brothers, Medford square, Medford 



Finn k B. Dodge, Dealer in all kinds of Sewing Machines, 143 Main 
Street, Wobum. 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 37 

WITHINGTON HENRY, Salem, near Medford sq. 

(see adv. dept. p. 67), Medford 

Blethen S. B. Melrose 

Bartlett Oliver, Natick 

PEARSON B F., Main street (see adv. dept. p. 

120), " 

Barker Gilbert, Elm, near Centre, Newton 

WARNER L. MRS. West Newton, " 

Carley J. & T., Haven, near depot, Reading 

Canavan William, Union square, Somerville 

Lynch Stephen, " 

Rollins George S., Garden, near Bacon, " 

Taylor Don, Washington, corner Pinckney, East 

Somerville, " 

BUTTS J. W. 68 Main, Stoneham 

Day H. L. Wakefield 

Livermore J. D. rear 277 Main, Waltham 

MUNSTER J. & A. 443 Main and 18 Elm (see adv. 

dept. p. 99), " 

Bright Charles H. Watertown 

CARTER & DEARBORN, Railroad, near Main 

(see adv. dept. p. 91), " 

Ball Manufacturers. 
Harwood H. & Sons, Natick 

Banjo Manufacturers. 
MANSFIELD & WHITMORE (Mansfield's patent) 

(see advt, front cover), Arlington 

Bankers. 
Dearborn H. H. & Co. 28 Central, Lowell 

Banks. 

(In Miscellaneous Department. See Index.) 

Barrel Manufacturers. 
LOVEJOY AUGUSTUS (see adv. dept. p. 140), Ayer 
Boston City Flour Mills, Cambridgeport, Cambridge 

NEISS D. E. (dealers), 25 Chelsea, Charlestown 

Basket Manufacturer. 
White Edwin S. Shirley 

Bath-Rooms. 
PROCTOR H. B., Market, cor. Central, Lowell 

CURRIER MANUEL, Pythian block, Union sq. 

(see adv. dept. p. 77), Somerville 

Bed. Comforters Manufacturer. 
FISK WILLIAM, 3 disking, Lowell 



Hear the "Aeoline" Stop in Geo. Woods Co.'s Organs. It is a most 
beautiful soft or breathiiig-stop. 



38 MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



Beer Manufacturers. 

(See Brewers.') 

Bell Hangers. 

(See also Locksmiths.) 

Hoyt B. J. 625 Main, Cambridgeport, Cambridge 

MASON JOHN, 6 Pearl (see adv. dept. p. 159), 

Cambridgeport, " 
Haskell J. H. 2 City Landing, Lowell 

Thatcher George, 52£ Merrimac, " 

Belting. 
Gates Josiah & Sons, 6 Dutton, Lowell 

STEVENS SOLON, Fletcher, cor. Western ave. 

(see adv. dept. p. 52), " 

Whiting & Co., Shattuck, cor. Middle, " 

WILBY WILLIAM & CO. (manuf.), 90 Market 

(see adv. dept. p. 186), " 

Belting Makers' Tools. 
Weston C. H., Arch street, Lowell 

Belt Hook Manufacturer, 
Wilson Greenleaf, 222 Central, Lowell 

Billiard Halls. 
HARRIS J. E. (see adv. dept. p. 118), South Acton, Acton 
BEVERLY N. L. Ayer 

REED & SPENCER, Merchants Row, " 

Johnson 0. A. Ashland 

SCATES D. (see adv. dept. p. 107), Brighton 

ELLIOT GEO. H. 8 Brighton (see adv. dept. p. 

164), Cambridge 

Richardson Geo. E., Lyceum building, " 

Atkins Reuben, 111 Cambridge, East Cambridge, " 
DUDLEY MOSES, 52 Fourth, " " 

Bullock T. R. 56 Main, Cambridgeport, " 

Gay Joseph, 539 Main, " " 

Phillips & Bates, 521 Main, " " 

PRATT D. G. (with Phelan & Collender and Del- 
aney's Steel Wire, and the Elastic Steel Rib- 
bon Cushions), 135 Broadway (see adv. dept. 
p, 152) Cambridgeport, " 

Smith Charles E. 548 Main, " " 

Baker A. W. 5 Bow, Charlestown 

Durgin Horace, 10 Bow, " 

Ham I. C. 358 Main, " 

McTAGUE B. J. 44 Main (see adv. dept. p. 

208), " 



The best assortment of Watches, Clocks, and Jewelry, will toe found 
at Dodge's, 143 Main Street, Woburn. 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTOEY. 39 



Smith & Brown, Hancock square, Charlestown 

TAYLOR WILLIAM, 87 Bunker Hill, " 
DURGIN JOHN H. (see adv. dept. p. 28), Chelmsford 

KEILY WILLIAM C. Holliston 

McGrail Stephen, JJopkinton 

Sawyer J. H. Hudson 

Barnard David B. 18 Merrimac, Lowell 

Crowther C. H. 169 Central, " 

Holbrook E. A. 27 Merrimac, " 
Smith & Young, Appleton block, 
Towey George, 82 Merrimac, 

Woodward D. 18£ Merrimac, " 

Worden Charles H. 159 Middlesex, " 

Goodrich Wm. H. Main, near Square, Maiden 

Robbins S. S., Howard House, " 

Barry Martin H. Marlborough 

Quirk K. " 

Smith John, " 

Willard C. H. " 

Emerson A. J., Medford House, Medford 
Mystic House, Mystic Riding Park, 

Downing E. H., Unity Hall, Melrose 

Larkin A. jr., 3 Wolcott's block, Natick 
Mulligan Simon, 

Woodbury Howard C, " 
BAILEY G. (see adv. dept. p. 120), South Natick, " 

Ruggles Ira W., Haven, near Main, Reading 

Hudson Frank O., Union square, Somerville 
TAY FRANK B. 1 Dow's block (see adv. dept. 

p. 72), Stoneham 

Cox George, Main, cor. Albion, Wakefield 

Donahue John, Waltham 

Hay R., Prospect House, " 

Lee Charles H. 280 Main, " 
LIVERMORE E. E. & CO., Lexington, n. Main 

(see adv. dept p. 102), * " 

Sullivan T., Elm, cor. Main, " 

Lathrop A. W. Watertown 

Bill Posters. 

BACON T. W. 67 Cambridge (see adv. dept. p. 

184), East Cambridge, Cambridge 

TEMPLE J. F. & CO. 101 Cambridge (see adv. 

dept. p. 183), East Cambridge, " 

Erickson H. 4 Chestnut, Charlestown 

RAND & GILROY, 2 Warren ave. (see adv. 

dept. p. 204), " 

Simmons W. S. 57 Central, Lowell 



Hear the " Piano " Stop in Geo. Woods Co.'s Organs. It is a Piano of 
exquisite quality of tone which will never require tuning. 



40 MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 

Bill Posters, — continued. 
McGuinness Frank, 405 Main, "Waltham 

Richards John, 191 Main, Woburn 

Bird Cage Manufacturers. 
HILDRETH & RICE, 16 Middle (see adv. dept. 

p. 8), Lowell 

Blacksmiths. 
(See also Carriage Smitlis.) 
Harris Daniel, Acton 

HOSMER AUGUSTINE, « 

Dutton Solomon L. North Acton, " 

Wooster W. Wallace, South Acton, " 

Hall D. H. West Acton, 

Haley Samuel W. Arlington 

Higgins Thomas, " 

HILL & GOTT, opp. Arlington House, " 

Kimball William, " 

Richardson William H., Arlington ave. cor. Grove, " 
WOOD WILLIAM T. & CO. (ice tool manufs.), 

(see adv. dept. p. 78), " 

Gibson Elbridge, Ashby 

Osgood Charles H. " 

Smith Alpha, " 

Piper Harvey, Ashland 

Whitcomb Ebenezer S. " 

BRIGHAM & McRAY (see adv. dept. p. 143), Ayer 
Parsons J. C " 

Challies Elbridge, Bedford 

Skinner Joseph, " 

Hill John C. Belmont 

Sheldon P. T. « 

Eastman Lund T. Billerica 

Lund Mark, " 

Choate William H. North Billerica, " 

Hoar Silas H. • Boxborough 

Callahan John, opp. Brighton hotel, Brighton 

Hill William, ^ « 

Merrifield Hosea F. " 

Walsh John, Winship, near Washington, " 

WHITE CHARLES, Washington st. (see adv. 

dept. p. 108), « 

KENNEDY J. (see adv. dept. p. 107), Allston, 
Alley Richard J. Burlington 

Hartness George, 4 Palmer, Cambridge 

JONES A. J., Church, cor. Palmer, " 

NUTTING P. & CO., Palmer st. 
Ross & Elliott, Brighton, near Huckins' Mill, " 

Day Stephen, 46 Cambridge, East Cambridge, " 



Silver Ware made to order at Dodge's, 143 Main Street, Woburn, lest 
than Boston prices. 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 41 

Felt G. W. (horse shoer), 18 Cambridge, 

East Cambridge, Cambridge 

Hofer F., First, cor. Cambridge, " " 
JONES & BARTLETT, 12 Gore (see adv. dept. 

p. 177), East Cambridge, " 

PAULSON & GAFFIGAN, 35 Gore (see adv. 

dept. p. 181), East Cambridge, " 

TESSIEPv F. 89 Bridge (see adv. dept. p. 184), 

East Cambridge, " 

Blake Darius, North Cambridge, " 

Easter R. S., North ave. " " 

Ivers F. " " 

Toye Martin, " " 

ANDERSON J. F. (see adv. dept. p. 160), 

Cambridgeport, " 

Donavan Jeremiah, 57 Hampshire, " " 

Grady Martin, 138 Main, " " 

Kennedy Daniel, 125 Windsor, " " 

McKenzie J. K. 496 Main, " " 

O'Brien J. 496 Main, " " 

Smith Thomas, 436 Main, " " 

SPELLMAN M. M., Cherry, cor. Main, " " 

Ward W. A. 225 Main, " " 

Wood William, Columbia st. " " 

Lee Marshall, Carlisle 

Parkhurst Wm. M. " 
BLAISDELL & JUNKINS, 85 Richmond (see 

adv. dept. p. 208), Charlestown 

Carroll M. N. & Sons, Canal st. " 

COLEY THOMAS, 305 Medford, " 

Collins & Sheehan, 48 Chapman, " 

Cook, Rymes & Co. 34 Water, " 

Danforth O. & Son, 48 Miller, " 

Emerv James & Co. rear 15 Austin, " 

Fowler C. & Son, rear 408 Main, " 

Garland Albert S. 31 Park, " 
GIFFORD G. & E. H. 217 Medford (see adv. dept. 

p. 196), 
GLINES & TRICKEY, Charles River ave., corner 

Water (see adv. dept. p. 207), " 

Ham Philip, 520 Main, " 
HARMON S. L. 557 Main (see adv. dept. p. 

203), " 

Heath Thomas V. 27 Joiner, " 

Mitchell & Stearns, 7 South Elm, " 

O'Brien William, 50 Chelsea, " 

Powers William, 329 Medford, " 

Restarick & Collins, 5 Middlesex, " 

Ripley J. G. 183 Medford, " 



See tlie beautiful new styles of cases in GEORGE WOODS CO.'S 
Organs. 



42 MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 


' 


Blacksmiths, — continued. 




Robinson B. F. 512 Main, 


Charlestown 


Strand Thomas D. 49 Chelsea, 


" 


Marshall Eben H. 


Chelmsford 


Dadmun N. P. 


u 


Durant George, ' North Chelmsford 


u 
1 


DURANT THOMAS & SON, 




Wilkins W. L. South Chelmsford, 


" 


Davis J. F. Wes tChelmsford, 


u 


Bigelow Francis E. 


Concord 


Blood Nathaniel L. 


u 


Hall Edward, 


(( 


Page David, 


" 


Green J. 


Dracut 


McCOY E. P., Pawtucket sq. (see adv. dept 


. p. 42), » 


Woodward James C. & Co. 


Dunstable 


Gilson Alva, 


a 


Wright George P. 


u 


GOULD & LITTLEFIELD, near Eastern 


R. R. 


depot (see adv. dept. p. 65), 


Everett 


Burke T. A. 


Framingham 


Fennessey James, 


u 


Finn T. 


M 


Hastings E. 


U 


Strout Charles, 


a 


Pilley Bennett, South Framingham, " 


Welch Richard, " 


(( 


Wilkinson E. " 


(C 


BRIEN JOHN M. Saxonville, 


a 


Easter Josiah, " 


<t 


FULLER DEXTER C. 


Groton 


Russell Milo, 


u 


Warren Alden, 


C( 


Blodgett William H. 


Holliston 


Copeland I. W. 


a 


KETT JOHN W. "(see adv. dept. p. 148), 


(( 


Shippee J. D. 


a 


Fairbanks L. F. 


Hopkinton 


Hutchinson L. K. 


a 


Morse W. A. 


" 


Mullen James, 


a 


Mullen W. 


a 


DOUPRAY JOHN B. (see adv. dept, p. 137), Hudson 


MOULTON W. H., Wood sq. (see adv. dept. p. 


137), 


a 


HAM WILLIAM, 


Lexington 


Webber Henry P. East Lexin 


*ton, " 


Ham Thomas, 


Lincoln 


Davis Eli F. 


Littleton 



1IA1K WORK made to order at DODGE'S, 142 MAIN STREET, 

Woburn. 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 43 

Hosley Ai, Littleton 

Lund Frank W. " 

Tizzer J. " 

ABBOTT A. H. & J. H. 292 Middlesex (see adv. 

dept. p. 49), Lowell 

AVERILL O. E., Franklin, cor. Fletcher (see adv. 

dept. p. 45), " 

Basclaire Edward, Howe st. " 

Blackington Daniel, Fletcher, cor. Cushing, " 

Cahill Owen, 56 Gorham, " 

CHAMBERLIN & JOCKO W, Dutton st. (see adv. 

dept. p. 49), " 

Drew John, rear 22 Bridge, " 

FAY & BURK, Suffolk, cor. Liberty sq. " 

Ferson Clarrington E., Whipple's Mills, " 

Gilman H. M. 285 Merrimac, " 

GLOVER THOMAS P. & CO. 330 Middlesex 

(see adv. dept. p. 42), " 

Judd H. M. " 

LIBBEY M. V. B. 3 Warren (see adv. dept. p. 210), " 
Lovejoy Daniel & Son, Rock, cor. Cushing, " 

McKNIGHT & TD3BETTS, Second st., Central- 

ville (see adv. dept. p. 56), " 

TIGHE & QUINN, 75 Market (see adv. dept. p. 57)," 
Wilson G. W. " 

Winchester Samuel, 6 Kidder, " 

BRIMMER & MARTYN, rear Main (see adv. 

dept. p. 63), Maiden 

Hintze Otis H. W. " 

Lane Ira C. rear Abbott's building, " 

Keane James, Marlborough 

Stowe Emerson, " 

Taylor Levi, " 

Assabet Manufacturing Co. M ay nard 

Watson Charles E. " 

Hathaway J. D. Medford 

Moore Henry F., Main, opp. Medford House, " 

Symmes Alexander S , Main, near Bridge, " 

TEELE & HILL, Union, near Mystic ave. (see 

adv. dept. p. 70), " 

McCOUBRY THOMAS, Main, near Essex (see 

adv. dept. p. 66), Melrose 

WHEATON T. B., Essex, opp. Post Office, 
Adams James, jr. Natick 

Allen Joel, " 

Hastings Jonas, " 

MacEwen David, " 

Peters Patrick, " 

Read D. B. & Co., North Main st. " 



visit to the vrarerooms and factory of Geo. Woods Co., 634 Main at., 
Cambridgeport, will amply repay all interested in music. 



44 MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



Blacksmiths, — continued. 
Hancock Henry, South Natick, Natick 

Robbins John H. " " 

CAMERON J. H., Washington, near Park (see 

adv. dept. p. 213), Newton 

Curry Robert, " 

Nugent & Hewitt, Washington, near Park. 



Fahen D. F. 




Auburndale, " 


Cole Charles, 




West Newton, " 


Keegan Patrick, 




(C CC 


Peters Andrew, 




a et 


Farrar J. C. 




Newton Centre, " 


Danforth A. 




Newtonville, " 


Belger Thomas F. 




Upper Falls, " 


Cunningham L. T. 




a a 


Pulcifer John, 




Lower Falls, " 


Eaton Appleton P. 




North Reading 


Eaton George, 




u 


Lawrence Sumner P. 




Pepperell 


Shattuck Silas P. 




East Pepperell, '" 


BLUNT JOHN A. (see adv. 


dept. p. 218), Reading 


Eames Emery B. 




et 


GOULD T. F., Main, near 


Post-office (see adv. 


dept. p. 218), 




«< 


Totten Robert C. 




" 


Holbrook Rufus P. 




Sherborn 


Ware Arthur B. 




t( 


Blood S. K. 




Shirley 


Harrod James, 




IC 


Holden Charles S. 




" 


Lawrence S. R. 




« 


Colliton J., Milk, cor. 


Medford, Somerville 


Dodge Seward, Union 


Square, 


(( 


Manning G. W., Milk 


near Union sq. " 


Brennan Timothy, Broadway 


near Walnut, 






East Somerville, " 


Elliott James B., Washington 


, opp. Franklin ave. 






East Somerville, " 


Gerry John, 




West Somerville, " 


Boyce Charles M. 




S ton eh am 


McKenzie R- 




(C 


Payne George S. 




" 


Ramsdell Judson, 




(« 


Nelson A. W. 




Stow 


Curtis Frank, 




Rock Bottom, " 


Powers A. & Son, 




Sudbuiy 


Allen John P. 




South Sudbury, " 


White J. 




(C H 


Eaton Henry, 




Tewksbury 



MUSICAL IWSTRUJ>IKWrS, all kinds at DODGE'S, 143 Maiu Street, 
Wo burn. 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 45 



Hill Amos, Tewksbury 

Maynard L. Townsend Centre, Townsend 

Murphy P. " " 

Ranger Benjamin, Townsend Harbor, " 

Hodgdon Benjamin, West Townsend, " 

Tower W. T. " " 

Cummings Willard B. Tyngsborough 

EAMES JOSHUA N., Main, cor. Chestnut (see 

adv. dept. p. 75), Wakefield 

Fehen Philip, " 

Hood J. 

Hood T. R. P. " 

Walton Geo. K. " 

Walton Joshua, " 

Winship J. & S. " 

Burke T. A. Waltham 

DANIELS J. & SON, Main, opp. Central House 

(see adv. dept. p. 104), " 

Larkin P., Main, near Prospect House, " 

McDonald H., rear Central House, " 

Smith Edwin, " 

FOLEY WILLIAM C. (see adv. dept. page 

98), Watertown 

Hall James, " 

Jackson Antipas, " 

Mclntire Neil, Spring, near depot, 



Nolan Martin J. 






Ross John, 




u 


Mullin Jeremiah, 




Wayland 


Leary P. A. 




Cochituate, " 


Read Albert S. 




Westford 


Austin Wilton S. 




Graniteville, " 


Boyce Park, 




Weston 


Garfield Daniel, 




« 


Garfield Hiram, 




M 


Upham George, 




u 


Upham Joel, 




u 


Ames Joseph A. 




Wilmington 


Grose Francis K. 




Winchester 


McNally Peter, 




u 


Orne E. H. 




it 


Ellis R. F. 




Woburn 


Kylande G. 




" 


PARKER A. J., Prospect, 


rear of depot (see adv. 


dept. p. 88), 




(C 


POLLARD CHARLES 


, opp. Central House 


(see adv. dept. p. 


95), 


" 


Perry John W. 




North Woburn, " 



Geo. Woods Co.'s Parlor and Vestry Organs are not equalled for 
purity and brilliancy of tone. 



46 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



Blank Book Manufacturers. 

(See also Bookbinders.) 
Cutter A. E. & Co. 21 Main, Charlestown 

Bacheller, Dumas & Co.. 49 Centre, Lowell 

COGGESHALL & SON, 40 Merrimac (see advt. 

back colored), " 

Nolan & Fay, Town House block, Marlborough 

Bleacheries. 

(See also Bonnet Bleacheries.) 
Pettee N. A. (bonnet and hat), 11 Winthrop, Charlestown 
Flanders C. R. (bonnet and hat), 96 Merrimac, Lowell 
LOWELL BLEACHERY, F. P. Appleton, agt. 

(see advt. Miscellaneous Department), " 

MIDDLESEX BLEACHERY & DYE WORKS, 

Milk, opp. Beach, Somerville 

WALTHAM BLEACHERY & DYE WORKS (see 

advt. on opposite page), Waltham 

Boat Builders. 

Homer J. B. Belmont 

Brown Robert, 147 Medford, Charlestown 

Thompson Addison, Hopkinton 

Thompson J. R.' " 

Bobbin and Spool Manufacturers. 
Parker & Cheney, Wamesit Steam Mills, Lowell 

Watson E. F., Mechanics Mills, " 

Boiler Composition. 
MANES A. & CO. 23 Main (see adv. dept. p. 155), 

Cambridgeport, Cambridge 

Boiler Makers. 

(-See also Machinists.) 
Allen & Endicott, 356 Main, Cambridgeport, Cambridge 
CAMPBELL BROTHERS & CO. 356 Main (see 

adv. dept. p. 157), Cambridgeport, " 

Kendall & Roberts, 92 Main, " " 

Walworth Manuf. Co. (steam), 368 Main, 

Cambridgeport, " 

Cook, Rymes & Co, 34 Water, Charlestown 

CUNNINGHAM THOMAS, 29 Water (see adv. 

dept. p. 194), " 

DOBBINS WILLIAM, Dutton, near Mechanics 

Mills (see adv. dept. p. 43), Lowell 

Bologna Sausage Manufacturers. 
BENZ CHARLES, 75 Sixth (see adv. dept. p. 183), 

East Cambridge, Cambridge 



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Store, 143 Main Street, Woburn. 



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Manufacturers of all Styles of Plain and Ornamental 

GALVANIZED IRON CORNICES. 

ALSO, 

DORMER AND BAY WINDOWS, 

Window and Door Caps, Balustrades, Pinnacles and 
Turrets for Churches, Wall Masks, etc., etc. 

FIRE-PROOF SHUTTERS AND DOORS, 

Corrugated Iron Floor Arches, Fire-Proof Roofs, Ceilings. 
Partitions, etc. 

3MKXA.XilL.IC CLAPBOARDS AND SHI3S"G-LES. 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 47 

WEITZE ROBERT, Thorndike, cor. Eighth (see 

adv. dept p. 178), East Cambridge, Cambridge 

Furbush Andrew, rear 494 Main, Charlestown 

Bolt Manufacturers, 
AMERICAN BOLT CO. 210 Lawrence, Lowell 

CLARK BROTHERS, Cushing st. (see adv. dept. 

p. 24), 
ELLIOTT & SMITH, 3 Cushing (see adv. dept. 

p. 29), 

Bolt and Nut Machinery Manufacturers. 
AMERICAN BOLT CO. 210 Lawrence, Lowell 

Bones, Tallow and Glue Stock. 
WHITE W. & SONS, Watertown St. (see adv. 

dept. p. 97), Watertown 

Bonnet & Hat Bleacheries. 
(See also Bleacheries.) 
Pettee N. A. 11 Winthrop, Charlestown 

Flanders C. R. 96 Merrimac, Lowell 

Bookbinders. 
(-See also Blank Book Manufacturers.) 
Alden & Co. 7 Brattle, Cambridge 

Macdonald & Sons, Brattle sq. " 

Welch & Co., Brattle sq. " 

HOUGHTON H. 0. & CO. Cambridgeport, 
LITTLE, BROWN & CO. " " 

Cutter A. E. & Co. 21 Main, Charlestown 

GOLDSMITH SETH, Reed's block (see adv. dept. 

p. 205,) " 

Bacheller, Dumas & Co. 49 Central, Lowell 

COGGESHALL & SON, 40 Merrimac (see advt. 

back colored), " 

MERRILL JOSHUA & SON, 37 Merrimac (see 

adv. dept. p. 218), " 

Simonds S. B. 36 Central, " 

McLaughlin C. C. Watertown 

Booksellers and Stationers. 

Dodge Davies (school), Arlington 

SHERWIN L. & CO. 1 Page's block (see adv. dept. 

p. 140), Ayer 

Brown John M. Belmont 

GreenleafM. H., opp. Cattle Fair Hotel, Brighton 

Richardson Benjamin H. 5 Harvard sq. Cambridge 

Sever Charles W. 464 Harvard, " 

Blake Edward W. 91 Cambridge, East Cambridge, " 



Geo. Woods Co.'s Combination Solo Stops arc remarkable for tli e 
beauty and variety of the musical effects of which they are capable . 



48 MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 

Booksellers and Stationers, — continued. 
O'DONNELL JAMES, 115 Cambridge, 

East Cambridge, Cambridge 
French George E. 588 Main, Cambridgeport, " 

Hunt E. F. & Co. 575 Main, " " 

Bull Sidney A. (school), Carlisle 

Cutter A. E. & Co. 21 Main, Charlestown 

Hobbs George W. 83 Main, " 

Whittle J. W. 283 Main, » 

Whitcomb Henry L. Concord 

Moulton M. L. Miss, Framingham 

WOOLLEY CHARLES, Jr., Groton 

BEMIS CYRUS W. (see adv. dept. p. 188), Holliston 
Woodbury J. A. Hopkinton 

COCHRAN & WHITMAN, Brigham's blk.(see adv. 

dept. p. 126), Hudson 

MANSON S. F., Post Office building, " 

Underwood James J. " 

COGGESHALL & SON, 40 Merrimac (see advt. 

back colored), Lowell 

Glidden N. A. 140 Central, " 

Judkins J. Judson, 6 John, " 

Marston & Prince, 90 Merrimac, " 

MERRILL JOSHUA & SON, 37 Merrimac (see 

adv. dept. p. 218), " 

Ryerson H. J. 29 Central, " 

Whitney Abel, 87 Merrimac, " 

Williams G. T. 29 Merrimac, " 

BARRETT & McMAHON MISSES, Kimball's 

block, Pleasant street, Maiden 

Nolan & Fay, Town House block, Marlborough 

Fairbanks J. B. 6 Union block, Natick 

Dayton N. L., Post Office building, East Somer- 

ville, Somerville 

Rice A. W. 82 Main, Stoneham 

Whittier E. T., Central square, " 

Foster C. P. Wakefield 

ROBINSON B. S. (stationers), 375 Main, Waltham 

WILLIAMS BROTHERS, Central block (see adv. 

dept. p. 100), 
Woolley George, Main, cor. Church, " 

McLauthlin Charles C. Watertown 

Brown George P. Winchester 

Adkins C. S. 156 Main, W«burn 

HORTON SPARROW, 165 Main, " 

Boot and Shoe Binding Manufacturers. 

MERRIAM & NORTON, Everett, cor. Medford, 

Charlestown 



The best Pebbled Spectacles, and Eye Glasses, made to Order at 
Dodge's, 143 Main Street, Woburn. 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 49 

Boot and Shoe Dealers. 
(See also Boot and Shoe Manufacturers ; also Country 
Stores.) 

Fletcher John & Sons, Acton 

Bradbury Charles F., opp. depot, Arlington 

Speatman Robert, « 

Stockwell C B. Ashland 

BROWN & KITTREDGE, Ayer 

DONLON P. Jr., Merchants row (see adv. dept. 

p. 142), 
FERNALD J. S. 8 Page's block (see adv. dept. p. 

140), » 

Tenney J. C. 4 Page's block, " 

Blanchard William, Billerica 

Parker C. H . « 

Baxter & Sanborn, opp. Cattle Fair Hotel, Brighton 

Minchin Daniel, Washington, next Town Hall, " 

Trainor & Finnegan, opp. Cattle Fair Hotel, " 

Claussen Peter, 11 Harvard row, Cambridge 

Dollard James, 29 Brattle square, " 

Fitzpatrick James T. 16 Brighton, " 

Mann Rufus, 7 Harvard square, " 

Wyeth Henry A. 3 Brewer's block, " 

Anshelm John H. 158 Harvard, Cambridgeport, " 

Hayes Alvin, 577 Main, " " 

Holmes I. G. & Co. 578 Main, " " 

Manning E. 445 Main, " " 

Mulcahy J. H. 413 Cambridge, " " 

Nickerson S. L. 537 Main, " " 

Penke Frederick, 161 J Broadway, " " 

Rohde Joseph, 461 Main, " " 

Sampson William P. 597 Main, " " 

Wilder Cyrus D. 557 Main, " " 
Curran J. F. 177 Cambridge, East Cambridge, " 

Dwyer Timothy, 149 Bridge, " " 

Guyer Lewis B. 89 Cambridge, " " 

Mulcahy J H. 155 Cambridge, " " 

Woodward C. H. R. 157 Bridge, " « 
Clark Thomas, North ave. near Walden, 

North Cambridge, " 

Bull Sidney A. Carlisle 
Alley William, 177 Bunker Hill, Charlestown 

By am Charles F. 277 Main, « 

Dooley James, 26 Bunker Hill, « 

Hale Apollos, 48 Bunker Hill, " 

Martin Newhall & Co. 158 Main, " 

Murphy John, 514 Main, " 

O'Neal J. F. 341 Main, « 



The cases of Geo. Woods Co.'s Organs are of the most heautiful and 
graceful designs. 

4 



50 MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



Boot and Shoe Dealers, — continued. 
Poor George, 93 Main, Charlestown 

Quirk D. G. 7 Main, " 

Regan C. 2 Wapping, " 

Richard C. E. 36 Main, " 

Smith E. H. 170 Main, " 

Stoddard J. C. 1 17 Main, « 

SULLIVAN J. C. MRS. 199 Main, " 

White Ebenezer, 27 City square, " 

Davis George B. Concord 

Hastings Jonas, " 

Pierce Cyrus, " 

Winchester J. T. & Son, Masonic building, Everett 
Alderman O. F. & Son, Framingham 

Bean C. " 

Clark R. S. South Framingham, " 

Howe Willard, " " 

Fuller L. F. Saxonville, " 

Moore William A. Groton 
WOOLLEY CHARLES, Jr. 

DANIELS TIMOTHY (see adv. dept. p. 188), Holliston 

Fiske James F., Andrews' block, " 

Whiting Edwin F. " 
Curey Thorne, Hopkinton 

Loring H. H. " 

Farnsworth George G., Houghton's block, Hudson 
HOLDEN W. P. & SON (see adv. dept. p. 131), 
MOORE E. S., Central street (see adv. dept. p. 128), " 
PETERS & DERBY, Wood square, 

Priest Samuel E., Brigham's block, " 

Wood Solon, • " 
Rich E. P., Main, near Depot, Lexington 

Adams Bros. 70 and 72 Merrimac, Lowell 

Berry Chas. R. 304 Merrimac, " 

Brady Frank, 194 Merrimac, " 

Brown John, 31 Market, " 

Chase Lorenzo, 7 Tilden, " 

Conway B. 8 Cross, " 

Dearborn E. 98 Merrimac, " 

Donnally John, 7 Canal block, " 

Flanders H. R. 245 Merrimac, " 

Frost & Bailey, 120 Central, " 

Green John, 198 Merrimac, " 

Goodwin Joseph R. 99 Central, " 

Griffin Joseph W. 18 John, " 

Harvey James A. 35 Merrimac, " 

Hovey J. & W. 20 Bridge, " 

Huntoon M. C. 224 Merrimac, " 

Jones C. W. 185 Central, " 



All kinds GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES at DODGE'S", 143 Main 
Street, Wobura. 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 


51 


King John, 27 East Merrimac, 




Lowell 


Kittredge Daniel & Son, 14 Middle, 




" 


LaFontain S. G-uerin, 51 Merrimac, 




it 


Logue Barnabas, 193 Middlesex, 




« 


Lovett Stephen, 339 Merrimac, 




" 


McDERMOTT JAMES, 80 Middlesex 


(see adv 




, dept. p. 9), 




it 


McKeown John, 17 Central, 




i< 


McLaughlin James, 74 Central, 




« 


Merrill A. A. & Co. 6 Central, 




it 


PLUMMER JOHN W. 68 Central, 




(« 


Randall L. V. 118 Merrimac, 




" 


Searle John P. 145 Middlesex, 




M 


Swan Daniel, 43 Merrimac, 




u 


Taylor B. B. 205 Lawrence, 




« 


WILLIAMS A. & CO. (wholesale and 


retail), 20 


Middle (see adv. dept. p. 59), 




u 


Wilson William H. 78 Middle, 




u 


Wright George, 94 Central, 




C( 


Wright Hapgood & Co. 51 Central, 




(C 


Wright Nathan M. 138 Central, 




(( 


Cox Henry J., Pleasant, opp. Linden, 




Maiden 


Mann William, Central square, 




K 


READY ANDREW, Kimball's block, Pleasant st 




(see adv. dept. p. 65), 




(( 


Richardson James C, Central square, 




(( 


Scribner S. S., Bailey's building, 




« 


BURR C. F. & CO., Main street, 


Marlborough 


Cosgrove D. W. 4 Fairmount block, 




« 


Curtis J. E. 




«< 


Hollis David, 




(« 


Morris S. M. 




K 


Coburn Jonas & Co. 


] 


Medford 


CUSHING H. H. D., Medford square 


(see advl 




p. 6, front), 




« 


Jacobs Chas. W. 




it 


Mitchell Henry M., Main, near Bridge, 




(( 


Newhall Geo., Main, near Essex, 




Melrose 


Kiely Daniel, 13 Main, 




Natick 


Simonds Frank P. 3 Leach's block, 




(< 


Watson 0. H. 12 Union block, 




u 


Clark I. B. South Natick, 


« 


Perry Elliott, 


<t 


u 


Hunt George F., Warner's block, 




Newton 


Robbins George, 




« 


Spaulding S. C. Newton Centre, 


« 


Fitz T. B. & Co. West Newton, 


« 


Gammons J. E. 




« 


Jacksou William W. Lower Falls, 


" i 



•Geo. Woods Co.'s Organs are constructed in the most thorough and 
perfect manner. 



52 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



continued. 

' Upper Falls, Newton 
Auburndale, " 

Pepperell 



Reading 



Somerville 



Waltham 



Boot and Shoe Dealers, 
Colburn W. H. 
Harpin G. H. 
Chapman Samuel H. 
Shattuck, Putnam & Co. 
Bancroft James A., Main, near Pleasant, 
Hazen J. O., Exchange building, 
Stoodley Nathan D., Haven, near Main, 
Weston D. F., near depot, 
DYER BROTHERS, Milk, cor. Beach, 
Eberle Philip, Union square, " 

DYER BROTHERS, Perkins, cor. Franklin, 

East Somerville, " 

BERRY J. F., next to Post Office, Stoneham 

GOLDTHWAIT W. H. 75 Main, 

Jennings W. 4 Dow's block, " 

Latham A. M. 66 Main, " 

Messer W. H., Main, cor. Winter, " 

Orne W. H., Main, near Central square, " 

Champney William, Townsend Centre, Townsend 

Arrington George B., Albion, near Main, Wakefield 

Campbell John S. " 

Clark Nathaniel, Main, near Albion, 
Baker G. F. 349 Main, 
Burke J. E. & Co., Hall's block, 
Guinan William, 373 Main, 
Harvey J. J. 4 Central block, 
Maguire & Rourke, 363 Main, 
Warren Isaac & Son, near Bank, 
Warren Rufus, 313 Main, 
Coombs S. Henry, Main, opp. Church, 
McGrady P., Main, near Post-office, " 

Nourse & Barnard, " 

Otis Brothers, Main, cor. Spring, " 

WRIGHT ARTHUR, Graniteville, Westford 

Davis S. H. Winchester 

Lee George W. " 

Buckman Alvah, 160 Main, Woburn 

Fowle James A. 142^ Main, " 

Hollis R. 220 Main, " 

Kenny Peter, 153 Main, " 

Murry Peter, 250 Main, " 

Nute Charles W. 148 Main, " 

Wood Artemas, 182 Main, " 

Boot and Shoe Findings, Tools, etc. 
STETSON & TALBOT (tacks and nails) (see 

adv. dept. p. 187), Holliston 

HOLDEN W. P. & SON (see adv. dept. p.' 131), Hudson 



Watertown 



KKE1> &. BARTON'S Plated Ware, at DODGE'S, 143 Main Street, 
Woburn. 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 53 

MILLAY P. E. (see adv. dept. p. 132), Hudson 

TCCKER S. P., Houghton's block (see adv. dept. 

p. 131), 
DIMOCK D. L. 88 Market (see adv. dept. p. 25), Lowell 
Jennings J. jr. Natick 

Natick Protective Union, " 

Pluramer E. P. South Natick, " 

Child W. W. (benches), Stoneham 

Boot and Shoe Heel Manufacturers. 
Jones J. W., Milk, near Union square, Somerville 

Ray nor Brothers, Centre, near Main, Wakefield 

Boot and Shoe Makers. 
(See also Boot and Shoe Manufacturers; also Boot and 

Shoe Dealers.) 
Noyes Samuel B. Acton 

Marcou Alfred, South Acton, " 

Wyman Oliver C. West Acton, <k 

Bradbury Charles F. opp. depot, Arlington 

HILL H. W., Arlington ave. opp. Uphain Bros.' 

(see adv. dept. p. 81), " 

SPEATMAN ROBERT, near depot (see adv. dept. 

p. 81), 
Stingel John, " 

Carr John, Ashby 

Davis Addison, " 

Mayo Jedediah, " 

Worcester George, " 

FERNALD J. S. 8 Page's block (see adv. dept. 

p. 140), Ayer 

Hitchcocks R. P. " 

Peabody A. " 

Punaro N. " 

STARKWEATHER A. G., Merchants Row, " 

Gleason Lewis P. Bedford 

Gragg George W. Billerica 

Kenney John, Brighton 

Lyons James, " 

Minchin Daniel T., Washington, opp. Town Hall, " 
Trainor & Finnegan, opp. Cattle Fair Hotel, " 

Withington Isaac, " 

Bolster Richard, 20 Brighton, Cambridge 

BOLLARD MORRIS, 906 Main (see adv. dept. 

p. 163), 
Fitzpatrick J. T. 16 Brighton, " 

Mann Rufus, 7 Harvard square, " 

Martin Owen, Harvard square, " 

Ruggles J. A. 7 Harvard row, " 

Woods Richard, 24 Brighton, " 



Vox Humana" Stop in Geo. Woods Co.'s Organs; it is 
baritone solo stop, not a mere fan or tremolo. 



54 MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



Boot and Shoe Makers, — continued. 
Anshelm J. H. 158 Harvard, Cambridgeport, Cambridge 

Chamberlain A. N. 24 Magazine, " " 

Doley John, 421 Cambridge, " " 

Dollard John, 8 Pearl, " " 

Hefferan Joseph, 401 Cambridge, " " 

Hilliard S. D. 85 Washington, " " 

Johnson John T. 27 Washington, " " 

Marcroft William, 560 Main, " " 

Martin John, 544 Main, " " 

Mason J. M. 595 Main, " " 

McLeod William, 85 Main, " " 

Powers John E. 26 Washington, " * " 

Ramsey Major, Norfolk st. " " 

Sawyer Josiah, 28 Brookline, " " 

Sawyer William L., Main st. " " 

Sheehan Patrick, 7 Pearl, " " 
Bass Jonathan H. East Cambridge, " 

Brown J. 202 Bridge, " " 

Dullea John, 205 Cambridge, " " 

Green John, 125 Bridge, " " 

McAllister W. 228 Cambridge, " " 

McQuirkM. 113 Third. " " 
Milligan D. H. 36 Fifth, 
Sullivan John, 23 Vine, 

VANDERHOFF O. J. 39 Cambridge, " " 

Welch P. 1 Gore, " " 

Clark T., North ave. n. Walden, North Cambridge, " 

Clark William, 165 North avenue, " " 

Blaisdell Isaac, Carlisle 

Barr Alexander, 31 Joiner, Charlestown 

Cameron John, 15 Perkins and 630 Main, '" 

Chestnut Thomas, 46 Water, " 

Christy M. 133 Chelsea, " 

Clark E. G. 2 Everett and 128 Bunker Hill, " 

Clark J. M. 124 Chelsea, " 

Coats John, 554 Medford, " 

Condon Richard, 410 Main, " 

Connolly Cornelius, 62 Bunker Hill, " 

Conway James, 1 Miller, " 

Cross Andrew G. 62 Austin, " 

Denehy Michael, 50 Henley, " 

Dow J. B. 22 Warren avenue, " 

Fitzpatrick J 40 Wapping, " 

Foster Charles, 50 School, " 

Frost George P 2£ Pleasant, " 

Frye Levi, " 

Griener John F. 3£ Pleasant, " 

Healey M. 44 Cook, " 



ROGERS' PLATED WARE, AT DODGE'S, 143 MAEV STREET, 
WOBURN. 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY 


DIRECTORT. 55 


Isaac W., 453 Main, 




Charlestown 


Larkin S., 498 Main, 




« 


Mahoney James, 8 Water, 




k < 


Marshall George W. 537 Main, 




a 


McCarty John, 129 Chelsea, 




a 


Moore T. 12 Corey, 




u 


Murray James C. 75 Warner, 




" 


O'Mara Stephen, 56 Warren, 




" 


Power Edward, 44 Vine, 




(t 


Quill M. H. 55 Belmont, 




" 


Renno C. 36 Bartlett, 




u 


Sweetser Daniel, 23 Winthrop, 




" 


Twitchell A. M, 36 Elm, 




" 


Ruddock Horace, 




Chelmsford 


Hall John S. North Cheli 


nsford, " 


Davis George P. 




Concord 


Hastings Jonas, 




a 


Melvin Joseph A. 




a 


Pierce Cyrus, 




it 


Munroe Jonas C. 


Westvale, " 


Whitcomb Lowell, 




Dunstable 


Mansfield Bros. 




Everett 


Newball John S. 




" 


Whittemore Joseph, 




" 


Annetts M. 




Franiingham 


Kelly B. 




u 


Howe Charles, South 


Framingh 


am, " 


Newton George H. 




" 


BURRILL E. 


Saxonville, 


Purler Elijah, 


u 


t< 


Wells Elijah, 


M 


" 


Harnden Albert, 




Groton 


DECKER JOHN P. 




Holliston 


FAIRBANKS DANIEL H., Church, cor. 


Grove, " 


McComack John, 




Hopkinton 


Barrett Patrick, 




Hudson 


Farnsworth G. W., 




" 


Priest S. E. 




" 


Burnham D. D. 




Littleton 


Bassett James, 166 Market, 




Lowell 


Been Louis, 25 Suffolk, 




« 


Blodgett S. F. 30 Bridge, 




" 


Brien H. 338 Merrimac, 




u 


Brown John, 31 Market, 




" 


Clark H. F. 35 Tremont, 




" 


Cormack James, 75 Fayette, 




(( 


Dalton Michael, 48 Gorham, 




" 


Donnolly John, 7 Canal block, 




" 


Farrell P. 




u 





Hear the "Aeoliue" Stop in Geo. Woods Co.'s Organs. It is a most 
beautiful soft or breathing-stop. 



56 MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 


Boot and Shoe Makers, — continued, 




Farwell J. R. 28 Warren, 


Lowell 


Finnigan Martin, 189 Lawrence, 


tt 


Fisher S. 87 Broadway, 


« 


Fuller Isaac, 64 Broadway, 


cc 


Gowler Charles, 163£ Central, 


" 


Hovey J. & W. 20 Bridge, 


ic 


Irving James, 145 Central, 


(( 


KEITH J. L. Carpet lane, 


cc 


King William, 16 Fayette, 


tc 


Logue Barnabas, Stott's building, Middlesex st. 


CI 


McDERMOTT JAMES, 80 Middlesex (see adv. 


dept. p. 9), 


" 


McElholm William, 28 Market, 


t< 


McEvoy Dominick, 155 Lawrence, 


(C 


McLaughlin James, 116 Central, 


(C 


Mellen James, 5 Fletcher, 


11 


Melvin & Whiteley, 3 Prescott block, 


(( 


Mitchell Ezra, Thorndike, cor. Middlesex, 


(< 


Roberts Nathaniel, 6 Prescott block, 


(( 


Rollings E. H. 222 Middlesex, 


" 


Searle John P. 145 Middlesex, 


a 


Smith P. A. 124 Suffolk, 


cc 


Strickland R. 35 Fletcher, 


cc 


Sweeney Daniel, 106 Market, 


cc 


Welch John, 72 Market, 


cc 


Whiteley Joseph, 3 Prescott block, 


" 


Wilby Benjamin, 276 Gorman, 


tc 


Wilson W. H. 78 Middlesex, 


'" 


Wood C. 74 Dutton, 


" 


Yeoman Robert T. 43 Tremont 


cc 


Cox H. J., Pleasant, opp. Linden, 


Maiden 


HILL CHARLES, Main, corner Irving, 


cc 


Mann William, Central square, 


cc 


0' Riley Michael, 


" 


READY ANDREW, Kimball's block, Pleasant st. 


(see adv. dept. p. 65), 


cc 


Scribner S. S., Bailey's building, Pleasant st. 


bC 


Wilson Asa, 


cc 


Wood Otis C., Stanwood block, 


" 


Ramsdell E. W. Maplewood, 


" 


Capron J. F., Forest Hall, Marlborough 


CosgroveD. W. 4 Fairmount block, 


" 


Hollis David, 


cc 


Wallace John, Wallace court, 


cc 


Carver William, 


Maynard 


Young George W. 


" 


Barrows J. E., Medford sq. 


Medford 


Bunker Benjamin, 


" 





The best place to buy your Watches and Jewelry is at Dodge's, 143 
Main Street, Wobnru. 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



57 



CUSHING H. H. D., Medford sq. (see advt. p 

6, front), 
Jacobs Charles W. 
Mitchell Henry, 

Powers Robert, Main, near Bridge, 
Norris A M., Waverly building, 
Bean & Remick, 
Griffin J. F. 
Mills George P. 

Barlow Thomas, South Natick, 

Barnicle D. Mrs. " 

Barnicle Edward, " 

Howard James, " 

Sweeney James, " 



Medford 



Melrose 
Natick 



Newton 
Leonard M. C 
McGrady Peter, 
O'Keefe Thomas, 

PeckL. A. Warner's building, " 

Harpin G. H. Auburndale, " 

Puffer Wm. J. " " 

Shaw John, Newton Centre, " 

LENTELL B. Newtonville, " 

Carroll John, West Newton, " 

Gammons J. E. " 

Jackson W. A. " " 

Scammon Charles, " " 

Sadler T. N. Lower Falls, 

Hurd E. Upper Falls, 

Chapman Samuel H. Pepperell 

Shattuek, Putnam & Co. " 

Hazen J. 0., Exchange building, Reading 

Stoodley N. D. " 

Brownson H. Shirley 

Farrar H. W. " 

DYER BROTHERS, Milk, cor. Beach, Somerville 

Eberle Philip, Union square, " 

Gillis John, Union square, " 

McCurk Peter, " 

Nichols James, Union square, 

Palmer George, Union square, " 

Sullivan John, " 

DYER BROTHERS, Perkins, cor. Franklin, 

East Somerville, " 
Krebs A., Washington, cor. Waverley, " " 

Mayhew G. G. North Somerville, " 



Doucette Peter, 

GOLD WAIT W. H. 75 Main, 

Gray Hiram, 



Stoneham 



Hear the " Piano " Stop in Geo. Woods Co.'s Organs. It is a piano of 
exquisite quality of tone which will never require tuning. 



58 MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 


Boot and Shoe Makers, — continued. 




Messer W. H., Main, cor. Winter, 


Stoneham 


Tyler J. H. 


u 


Garfield J. W. 


Sudbury 


Horr R. R. South Sudbury 


', 


Jones Wm. P. " 


(< 


Lawrence Americus, Townsend Centre, 


Townsend 


Arlington G. B., Albion, near Main, 


Wakefield 


Campbell Jobn S. 


(C 


Clark Nathaniel, Main, near Albion, 


tf 


Hurd Joseph L. 


" 


Locke J. W. 


tc 


Sheran F. 


i« 


Baker G. F. 349 Main, 


Waltham 


Burke J. E. & Co., Hall's block, 


" 


Guinan Wm. 


<<. 


Harvey J. J. 4 Central block, 


a 


Maguire & Rourke, 363 Main, 


" 


Sherman P. 


u 


Warren Isaac & Son, 


« 


Coombs S. H., Main, opp. Church, 


Watertown 


Drew A. D. 


it 


Lyons Thomas, 


t< 


McGrady P., Main, next to Post Office, 


" 


Shreidan J. P. 


» tt 


Sherman Theodore, 


Way land 


Trowbridge Phineas P. 


Westford 


Wight Jacob A. 


" 


Gowing Daniel, Wilmington 


Davis S. H. 


Winchester 


Palmer George H. 


" 


Caldwell Samuel, 


Woburn 


Frampton J. G. 


" 


Gleason Henry A. 178 Main, 


(i 


Mulhearn Edward, 


tt 


Murray Peter, 250 Main, 


" 


Nute Charles W. 219 Main, 


" 


Parker Nathan, 


" 


Boot and Shoe Manufacturers, 




(See also Makers; also Dealers.) 




FLETCHER JOHN & SONS (see adv. dept 


. p. 


118), 


Acton 


ADAMS CM. 


Ashland 


Adams & Chamberlain, 


tc 


Blake & Balcome, 


" 


Cole Geo. B. & Co., Central block, 


" 


Downs George F. 


a 


Downs George S. 


" 



"When you are in Wobnrn, call In at Dodge's and take a look at 
Stock of Watches:, Silver Ware, &c, 143 Main Street. 



THE 



Shoe Machinery 



MANUFACTURING COMPANY 



D. WHITTEMO] 


IE, WM. BUTTERFIELD, 


C. VARNEY, 


C. KENISTON, 


J. WALKER, 


H. F. TOWNSEND. 




MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN 



Shoe Machinery, 



OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS. 



25 CHARLESTOWN STREET, 

Haymarket Block, - - BOSTON, MASS. 



BILLINGS, SHERRIFF & CO. 



MANUFACTURERS OP 



Boot r Shoe and Leather 

DRESSINGS, 

OF ALL KINDS, VARNISHES, INKS & STAINS. 
Burnishing Ink, Channel Cement, Liquid Wax, 

McEAT MACHINE WAX, Etc. 

No. 135 Essex, bet. Lincoln & Kingston Sts. 
BOSTON. 



Boot and Shoe Machine Co. 

BOLE MANUFACTURERS OF 

TRIPP'S PATENT AND IMPROVED 

Jgsjk Boot «i Shoe 

-repiACHINERY, 

DIES, Etc. 

OFFICE AND SALESROOM, 

75 Hanover Street, Boston, Mass. 

Works at Bridgewater. S, D. TRIPP, Gen. Agent. 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTOKY. 



59 



Braggville, 
East Holliston, 



Newhall H. & Co. Ashland 

Seaver G. F. " 

TILTON CHARLES H. (boots), " 

Ware B. B. « 

Phillips E. Burt (slippers), Cambridgeport, Cambridge 

Clark W. B. South Framingham, Framiugham 

Newton & Dearth (shoes), " " 

FURBER E. H. & CO. (shoes), Saxonville, 

Hammond J. D. " " 

Ballou D. T. Holliston 

Batchelder B. F. 

Batchelder John, " 

Batchelder William S. " 

Daniels & Durfee, " 

Draper William H, " 

Harriman Moses A. " 

Johnson Peter R. '• 

Leland Alden, " 

Lester, Johnson & Moody, " 

Paddleford F. O. » 

Rockwood & Pierce, " 

Stone Frank A. " 

Bragg M. C. 

Bachelder B. F. 

HARRIMAN M. A. 

Claflin, Coburn & Co. 

Coburn A. & Co. 

Crooks & Co. 

Strong A. & Co. 

Thompson E. & Co. 

Thompson & Sons, 

Bowker L. H. & Co. 

Maybury S. D. & Co. 

Phipps W. H. & Co. 

Wood Gr. & F. W. 

BRIGHAM F. & CO., Wood square, 

HOUGHTON GEORGE, 

Jefts L. T. & Co. 

Stowe, Bills & Whitney, 

Stratton George W. 

Trowbridge William F., Wood square, 

Adams Brothers, 70 and 72 Merrimac, 

Butler S. B. (slippers), 5 Merrimac, 

McMASTER, BAILEY & CO., Stott'j 

Middlesex st. (see adv. dept. p. 25), 
WILLIAMS A. & CO. 20 Middle (see adv. 

p. 59), 

Boston Rubber Shoe Co. (rubber shoes), Maiden 

Boyd J. & Co. Marlborough 



Hopkinton 



Hayden Row, 



Woodville, 



Hudson 



Lowell 



building, 
dept. 



See the beautiful new styles of cases in GEORGE WOODS CO.'S 
Organs. 



60 MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 


Boot and Shoe Manufacturers, — continued. 




Boyd Samuel, Marlborough 


Chase, Merritt & Blanchard, 


» 


Clapp & Billings, 


it 


Coolidge T. A. 


(t 


Corey Thomas & Co. (shoes), 


(c 


Curtis John E. 


t< 


Dadmun Wm. & Co., Lincoln, cor. Howland, 


Cf 


Felton & Chipman, 


tt 


Frye Charles L. (shoes), 


tt 


Frye John A. (shoes), Pleasant, cor. Chestnut, 


tt 


Howe Herbert, 


tt 


Morse F. W. & G. H. 


tt 


O'Connell John, 


tt 


Rice Coolidge, 


tt 


Russell Henry 0. 


tt 


Stone & Co. 


tt 


Temple H. 


" 


Tucker James & Co. 


tt 


Wheeler CO., Medford sq. 


Medford 


Currier J. C. & Co. 


Melrose 


Newhall George, Main, near Essex, 


tt 


Bartlett Nathaniel, 


Natick 


Bispham W. H. & Co. 


tt 


Bispham & Babcock, 


(i 


Copithon J. L. & Son, 


a 


Damon, Thomas & Lewis, 36 and 38 Summer, 


tt 


Hayes Richard & Son, 


c. 


Johnson C. E. 


tt 


Mead Albert (shoes), 


tt 


Nute L. W. 


" 


Pebbles Riley, 


tt 


Perry Calvin H. 


" 


Plummer Walter, 


" 


Remy Otis, 


tt 


Sanger & Parker, 


" 


Saunders E. B. & Co. 


tt 


Walcott J. B. 


" 


Washburn Dexter, 


tt 


Wilson J. 0. 


tt 


Hanchett Chester, South Natick 


tt 


Heinlein Martin, " 




Pieffer William, " 


" 


Felch C. H. Felchville, 


tt 


Travis A. F. " 


" 


Abbott Daniel G. North Reading 


Abbott Samuel E. 


'* 


Breed Samuel P. 


tt 


Duley Lawrence, 


tt 



Frank B. Dodge, 14:2 Main Street, Woburn, will nil orders for Goods, 
at Manufacturers' Prices. Give liiln a call. 



MIDELESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 


61 


Nichols W. W. North Reading 


Leigh ton Bros. East Pepperel 


, Pepperell 


Shattuck D. Brainerd, " 


u 


Bancroft James A. (shoes), 


Reading 


Foster & Perkins, 


u 


Holden Brothers, 


u 


Parker Jerome, 


(t 


Parker Stillman E. 


(C 


Richardson G. A. & Co. (infants'), 


u 


Richardsoli J. W. & Co. (infants'), 


(« 


Weston Clifford P. (infants'), 


[< 


Weston David F. 


it 


Bullard James, 


Sherborn 


Coolidge Lowell, 


U 


Dowse Nathaniel, 


u 


Battles W. J. & Co. 


Stoneham 


Benton, Shaw & Worthen, 


(C 


Brown Brothers, 


« 


Co-operative Boot & Shoe Manuf. Co. 


" 


Drew & Buswell, 


K 


Duncklee E. P. 


k 


Emerson Charles, 


u 


Emerson R. Watson, 


(( 


French Brothers, 


(( 


GREEN BROTHERS (shoes), Central sq. 


(( 


Hanscom Orrin, 


IC 


Hay Hamilton, 


c< 


HillF. S. &Co. 


(( 


Hill John & Co. 


u 


Hill & Rowe, 


t( 


KIMBALL, SWEETSER & KEENE, 


a 


Mawhinney H. H. & Co. 


M 


Messer Brothers, 


" 


Richardson Sumner, 


« 


Shaw, Worthen & Co. 


(i 


Steele John, 


C< 


Stonehatn Protective Boot & Shoe Co. 


H 


Sweetser Vernon (shoes), 


n 


Brigham Humphrey, 


Stow 


Champney William, Townsend Centre, 


Townsend 


Aborn John G. 


Wakefield 


Boardman Moses, 


(c 


Clark Nathaniel, 


(( 


Corey & Southworth, 


u 


Darling D. H. & Co. 


u 


Eaton I. F. 


u 


Eaton L B. 


t< 


EMERSON THOMAS'S SONS, 


a 


Evans L. B. 


a 



A visit to the wart rooms and factory of Geo. Woods Co., 634 Main st. 
Cambridgeport, will amply repay all interested in music. 



62 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY, 



Boot and Shoe Manwfacterers, — continued. 
Evans Madison, Wakefield 

Hartshorn J. W. " 

Hawkes Adam & Co. " 

Southworth & Carey, " 

Sweetser A. N. & A. G., Main, corner Nahant, " 

WALTON E. H. 

Draper Curtis W. Wayland 

Bent Wm. & J. M. (shoes), Cochituate, " 

Bryant Thomas, " 

Dean Henry C. " 

Dean Thomas A. ** 

Dudley Lafayette, " 
Loker Sewall, " 

Lovejoy William, " 

Lyon Otis T. " 

BANCROFT P. E. (fancy slippers & heel pumps) 

(see adv. dept. p. 81), Woburn 

Burke & Munday, 193 Main, " 

Cook Samuel, 259 Main, " 

Flint F. 

Grammar W. F. & Brother, " 

Hyde N. H. 

Tidd John & Sons, " 

Tyler M. A & Son, 
Tidd Luke R. 
Totman Wm. & Co. 
Flint Frederick W. 
Merrill Bros. & Co. 

Nichols, Winn & Co. " " 

Ventilating Water Proof Shoe Co. " " 

Boot and Shoe Machinery Manufacturers. 
KNIGHT F. D., Brigham's block, Washington st. 

(see adv. dept. p. 131), Hudson 

TOWER. BROTHERS, Houghton's block (see adv. 

dept. p. 126), " 

Fifield Brothers, Felton street, Waltham 



East Woburn, 
North Woburn, 



Boot and Shoe Stitchers. 
C. 14 Washington, 



Childs W. C. 14 Washington, Natick 

Miles A. 

Parker J. H. " 

Wilson C. O. " 

Boot and Shoe Stock Manufacturers. 

Carter William E. Burlington 

Haven I. C. 

BENT & HURD (soles, sthTenings and heels), 77 

Market (see adv. dept. p. 8), Lowell 



Buy your Goods at Home, Save time and Money by calling at Dodge's, 
142 Main Street, Woburn. 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 63 

Cutter & Walker, Lowell 

Danforth R. R. (soles and stiffenings), Stoneham 

Fay Jerome, " 

Collen P. Woburn 

Flint F. (inner soles and stiffenings), " 

Persons A. A. " 

Rollins E. " 

Russell & Johnson, " 
SIMONDS N. J. 95 Main, 

Boot and Shoe Tools. 

Parlin William D. 25 Main,' Natick 

Woodward James F. & Co. (manuf.), Wakefield 

Wheeler John S. (manuf.), Woburn 

Boot Tree Manufacturers, 
Gilson & Walker (rubber) , 1 74 Broadway, 

Cambridgeport, Cambridge 
COX GEO. P. (rubber), Pleasant, near B. & M. 

depot (see adv. dept. p. 62), Maiden 

Bottle Manufacturers. 
Boston Bottle Works, Medford Turnpike, Somerville 

Bottlers. 
Garrigan, Doyle & Hennessey, 77 Cambridge, 

East Cambridge, Cambridge 
Patten M. B. 2 Park, Charlestown 

HOLT & ADAMS (see adv. dept. p. 124), 

North Chelmsford, Chelmsford 
BARROWS BROTHERS (see adv. dept. p. 148), 

Groton 
Bartlett S. 52 Middlesex, Lowell 

TORMEY THOMAS, 32 Middle (see adv. dept. 

p. 53), 
Moore G. B. & Co. Waltham 

Bowling Alleys. 
Heywood A. G. Concord 

Page A. 112 Central, . Lowell 

Box Makers. 
Metcalf C. Ashland 

Hatch Lemuel, Belmont 

PRIEST JOHN W., Brighton Corner (see advt. p. 

19, front), Brighton 

Woodbury & Co. (packing), First, cor. Otis, 

East Cambridge, Cambridge 
DINS MORE JAMES, (packing) (see adv. dept. 

p. 150), Cambridgeport, " 

Osborn James D., Osborn's Mill, " " 



Geo. Woods Co.'s Parlor and Vestry Organs are not equalled for 
purity and brilliancy of tone. 





64 MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 


Box Makers, — continued. 




Page George G. & Co., Broadway, junc. 


Hamp- 


shire (packing and cigar), Cambridgeport, Cambridge 


Barnes Walter S. (paper), 28 Warren ave. 


Charlestown 


GETCHELL & ELDREDGE, 36 Water (see adv. 


dept. p. 194), 


" 


Procter Charles (cigar), 


Chelmsford 


Wright Henry 0. (fruit), Westvale, Concord 


Fales & Williams, South Framingham 


Framingham 


Keith Allen W. (packing), 


Maiden 


Payson & Cutler, 


Holliston 


Phipps M. C. 


Hopkinton 


TRIPP BROTHERS (see adv. dept. p. 127^ 


, Hudson 


Brooks A. L & Co. (packing), 


Lowell 


Davis Asahel, Mechanics Mills, 


« 


Davis, Melendy & Sargent, 259 Middlesex, 


" 


Pease George W. (paper), 2 Warren, 


u 


TORSEY J. M. & CO. Mt. Vernon, near 


Broad- 


way (see adv. dept. p. 19), 


" 


KEITH A. W., opp. Belmont Station (see adv. 


dept. p. 62), 


Maiden 


Manning Joseph, 


Marlborough 


Smith F. H. 


u 


Assabet Manuf. Co. 


Maynard 


Howard & Wheeler, 


Natick 


Woods 0. & Co. 


it 


Dennison & Co. (paper), 


Newton 


Gore Luke, 


Stoneham 


Huntress R. C. 


it 


Brinley William B. Tyngsborough 


Jones Eben, 


u 


Upton John G. 


t( 


Colby & Sulloway, 


Wakefield 


BUTTRICK FRANCIS (packing) (see adv 


dept. 


p. 101), 


Waltham 


Lawrence J F. & Co. (paper), 


(< 


DAVIS ROLAND A. (paper), Fairmount st. 


(see advt. p. 24, front), 


Woburn 


Greenwood Curtis, 


a 


Keyes I. N. (packing, boot, shoe), 


U 


Brackets. 




BRADY THOMAS, Mechanics Mills (see adv. 


dept. p. 20), 


Lowell 


Bracket Manufacturers. 




Payson & Cutler, 


Holliston 


Crosby George E., Wamesit Steam Mills, 


Lowell 


Marston Oliver H. 


Stoneham 



Silver Ware and Jewelry manufactured to order, at Dodge's, 143 
Main Street, Woburn. _ „ t . 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 65 



Braid Manufacturers. 

Dugdale James (worsted), Broadway, cor. Willie, Lowell 
Silver Lake Co. (cord), Newtonville, Newton 

Brass Finishers. 

HAL LOWELL & WIGHT, 16 Middlesex (see 

adv. dept. p. 26), Lowell 

Brass Founders. 

Litchfield W. 173 Front, Charlestown 

Barker H. R. & Co. 8 Central, Lowell 

Cole & Nichols, Willie, cor. Button, u . 
Wilder H. H. & Co. 8 Jackson, 
BROWN RUFUS G. & CO. (see adv. dept. p. 

101), Waltham 

Davis & Farnum, Bleachery station, " 

Brass and Copper Tubes. 

AMERICAN TUBE WORKS (see advt. p. 26, 

front) , Somerville 

Bread Stores. 
Gardner J. W. 207 Cambridge, East Cambridge, 

Cambridge 
Mahoney Ellen, 54 Gore, " " 

Berry James, 1 Princeton, Charlestown 

Davis William, 48 Henley, ** 

Murphy Norah, 127 Chelsea, *« 

Brewers. 

Conlan John, 65 Fifth, East Cambridge, Cambridge 

Van Nostrand William T. & Co. 42 Alford, Charlestown 
Burns A. & Son (ale), 2 Hale, Lowell 

Moore G. B. & Co. Waltham 

Brick Dealers. 

WOODSUM BROTHERS, junction Main and 

Mystic ave. (see adv. dept. p. 195), Charlestown 

LIVINGSTON WM. E. 9 Thorndike (see adv. 

dept. p. 11), Lowell 

NICHOLS ALANSON, Western ave. corner 

Fletcher (see adv. dept. p. 44), " 

Brick Kiln Arches. 

BRADFORD WILLIAM R., Washington, cor. 
Myrtle (see adv. dept. p. 71), East Somerville, 

Somerville 



Geo. Woods Co.'a Combination Solo Stops are remarkable foi tha 
beauty aud variety of the musical effects of which they are capable. 



66 MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 


Brick Makers. 




Blake George F. 




Belmont 


McCrane J. 




Cambridge 


Sands John L. 




" 


Bay State Brick Co. 


North Cambridge 


it 

> 


Coiran Samuel M. 


u 


tt 


New England Brick Co. 


t< 


« 


Edmester J. W. 




Everett 


Washburn David, 




tt 


Tyler Abraham, 




Hudson 


Babbitt W. W., Main, near Mystic House, 


Medford 


Bay State Brick Co. 




" 


Buzzell & Osborne, 




it 


Dana James, 




" 


Ducklow Lewis, 




(( 


Massachusetts Brick Co. 




(( 


Smith & Kimball, 




It 


Lawrence Jerome T. 




Pepperell 


Dana James, 




Somerville 


Tufts Brick Co. 




u 


Wyatt George W. 




(( 


Berry & Littlefield, 


North Somerville, 


U 


Foster George, 


(« 


'» 


Foster 0. & E. 


u 


(i 


Foster Oliver S. 


k( 


U 


Holt Chauncey, 


ti 


(( 


Jacques Wm. 


« 


t( 


Massachusetts Brick Co. 


« 


" 


Sanborn Joseph P. 


u 


u 


Evans Samuel D. 

■Rrifik Pros 


West Townsend 
s Mannfanturfir. 


, Townsend 



Heath Charles, near B. & M. depot, Maiden 

Brick Yard Machinery. 
RAWSON & HITTINGER (see adv. dept. p. 167), 

Cambridgeport, Cambridge 

Bridge Builders. 

Kendall & Roberts, 92 Main, Cambridgeport, Cambridge 
Sawtelle J. A. 140 School, Lowell 

Britannia "Ware Manufacturers. 

Draper F. & Co. (glass trimmings), 

East Cambridge, Cambridge 

Brokers. 

King Benjamin, 595 Cambridge, Cambridgeport, 

Cambridge 



Franlt B. Dodge, Watches, Jewelry, Silver Ware, Sewing Machines, 
Musical Instruments, Fancy Goods, &.C., 142 Main Street, Woburn. 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 67 

WOLSTON J. R. (mortgages), 1 Chelsea, Charlestown 
Haven B. K. (real estate), So. Framinghara, Frainingham 
Dearborn H. H. & Co. 28 Central, Lowell 

Potter W E. & Co. 28 Museum building, " 

RICHARDSON FRANK L. (money and exchange), 
108 Central (see advt. opp. Jewelry, Watches, 
etc.) " 

Shepard William, 28 Central, " 

Broom Manufacturers. . 
Keith Charles P. 412 Main, Cambridgeport, Cambridge 
Alden & Smallidge, 228 Cambridge, East Cambridge, " 
Packard & Burrill, " " 

Longley C. A. Shirley 

Parsons Leander, " 

Brush Manufacturers. 

Keith Charles P. 412 Main, Cambridgeport, Cambridge 
Burton, Fellows & Co. 12 Gore, East Cambridge, " 
Packard & Burrill, 60 Cambridge, *• " 

Averill & Hunting, 12 Waverley block, Charlestown 

Frost Charles H., Chestnut, near Fayette, Lowell 

Builders' Hardware. 

Nutting J. D. 454 Main, Cambridgeport, Cambridge 

Shattuck Horace B. 34 Central and 14 Prescott, Lowell 
MYERS GEORGE, 9 Union sq. (see adv. dept. p. 

72), Somerville 

Smith Lucas, Cartwright's block, Wakefield 

Builders' Iron Work. 
JONES & BARTLETT, 12 Gore (see adv. dept. 

p. 177), East Cambridge, Cambridge 

Builders' Materials. 

Whitcher Jacob, Woburn 

Building Movers. 

Cowan Thomas, 20 Market, Cambridgeport, Cambridge 
Mellen Jas. 71 Washington, " " 

McELROY FRANCIS G., Court, cor. Bent, 

East Cambridge, " 
Richards S. & D. Charlestown 

LOWELL DANIEL D. Groton 

Walcott T. Hudson 

FREEMAN LYMAN, 154 Broadway (see adv. 

dept. p. 57), Lowell 

RICHARDS L. & L. J. 15 Andrews (see adv. 

dept. p. 56), " 

Kimball John N. Maiden 



The cases of Geo. Woods Co.'s Organs are of the most beautiful and 
graceful designs. 



6$ 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



Natick 
Upper Falls, Newton 
Reading 



East Somerville, 



Somerville 

Stoneham 

Waltham 

Woburn 



Building Movers, — continued. 
Hammond Martin, 
Boynton R. 
Damon Edson, 
Richards S. & D. 
Ellis M. & Co. 
Packard C. S. 
Ellis M. & Co. 159 Main, 

Bungs and Taps. 
PRATT D. G. 131 to 135 Broadway (see adv. 

dept p. 152), Cambridgeport, Cambridge 

Bachelder A. & Co., Mt. Vernon, near Broadway, Lowell 
Bunting Manufacturers. 

U. S. BUNTING CO. (see advt. Miscellaneous 

Department), Whipple's Mills, Lowell 

Burr Pickers Manufacturers. 
SARGENT CHAS. G. & SON (see aclvt. Miscel- 
laneous Department), Graniteville, Westford 
Butchers. 



{See also Provision Dealers.) 
Tuttle, Jones & Wetherbee, South Acton, Acton 



Locke Henry, 
Upham Ezra A. 
Eames A. W. 
Ward Newall, 
Baker Ebenezer, 
Abbott George, 
Boynton P. P. 
Brock Ralph H. 
Brooks Stephen, 
Brooks Timothy, 
Chamberlain Bros. 
Dana B. S. 
Dana Charles, 
Davis Samuel, 
Dupee John, 
Dyer I. T. 
Dyer & Frost, 
Goodenough Henry, 
Goulding John, 
Hollis George, 
Hollis Quincy, 
Jaekson N. & S. 
Kane Martin, 
Larned Samuel S. 
Pierce Charles, 



Arlington 

Ashland 
u 

Billerica 
Brighton 



Frank B. Dodge, Optician, 142 Main Street, Woburn, dealer in Spec- 
tacles and Eyeglasses. 





MIDDLESEX 


COUNTY DIRECTORY. 


69 


Pierce M. 




Brighton 


Pratt Jerry, 




" 


Sanderson Chas. W. 




(< 


Saunders & Hartwell, 




<{ 


Taylor J. F. 




" 


Weitz Augustus, 




u 


Wild George, 




tl 


White B. 




l« 


Wild William, 






Wilkins Walter, 




(( 


Zoller Christopher, 




" 


Zoller Geo. C. 




" 


Zoller Henry, 




ct 


Zoller John, 




« 


Squire John P. & Co. (h 


r>g, wholesale), 






East Cambridge, 


Cambridge, 


Locke Horatio, 


North Cambridge, 


» 


Woodbridge S. F. 


" 


(i 


Adams C. W. 




Chelmsford 


Mclntire A. B. 




u 


Perham D. C. 




a 


Perham P. P. 




a 


Mansfield L jr. 


South Chelmsford, 


u 


Derby & Reynolds, 




Concord 


Chase Ira M. 




Dracut 


Fox Steadman, 




" 


Hall Charles 0. 




u 


Hall Seth H. 


V 


" 


Lannan Patrick, 




(t 


Wilson Joseph M. 




u 


Richardson Caleb, 




Everett 


Thompson Clark, 




« 


McFarland C. 




Hopkinton 


Phipps Waldo, 




« 


Wood Frank, 


Woodville, 


Chase H. W. 




Hudson 


Smith & Pollard, 




" 


Hodgman John E. 




Lexington 


Lowe Charles E. 


East Lexington, 


Adams Smith, 




Lowell 


Blodgett 0. 




" 


Jewett Francis, 




(< 


RICHARDSON BROTHERS (wholesale), 


176 


Middlesex (see adv 


dept. p. 28), 


« 


Starbird Chas. D. 




« 


Bruce Christopher, 




• Maiden 


Atherton Caleb, 




Medford 


White John, 




u 


Lynde J. O. & W. 0. 




Melrose 



Geo. Woods Co.'s Organs are constructed in the most thorough and 
perfect manner. 



70 MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 


Butchers, — continued. 




Colburn H. B., Union block, 


Natick 


Randall C. W. 


Upper Falls, Newton 


Flint Francis A. 


North Reading 


Graves E. F. 


a 


Upton Alanson A. 


u 


Upton Charles A. 


» 


Upton Henry, 


" 


Blood David W. 


Pepperell 


Ripley Brothers, 


East Pepperell, a 


Nichols W. G. 


Reading 


North Charles H. & Co. 


Somerville 


Barnes D. H. 


Stoneham 


Wiley Caleb S. 


u 


Smith Benjamin, 


Assabet, Stow 


Cutter C. A. 


South Sudbury, Sudbury 


Wilson Brothers, 


West Townsend, Townsend 


Hamblet William, 


Tyngsborough 


Gowgn H. L. 


Wakefield 


Allerton James, 


Watertown 


Sawyer George, 


k 


Barker Amri, 


Weston 


Barker Nathan, jr. 


" 


Carey Richard, 


" 


Buck Charles, 


Wilmington 


Buck Edwin, 


" 


Buck Otis, 


" 


Carter Jonathan, 


i< 


Eames Bradley, 


a 


Eames Horatio N. 


u 


Eames Warren, 


" 


Gowing Joshua, 


" 


Gowing William EL 


" 


McDonald John, 


" 


Pearson A. Porter > 


u 


| Sheldon Henry, 


" 


1 Richardson J. W. 


Winchester 


i Boutwell Charles, 


Woburn 


j Brooks Augustus, 


" 


| Brooks Andrew, 


(i 


Buck Joseph, jr. 


« 


Carter A. G. 


" 


Carter Dexter, 


" 


i Dearborn Andrew, 


u 


Duran G. W. 


tc 


Gibson Nathan, 


u 


Ingersoll Nathaniel, 


(i 


i Knight Alden, 


a 


Nelson John, 


4( 





Frank B. Dodge, 14^4 Main Street, Woburu. Watches and Jewelry 
Repaired iu the best maimer. 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECIORY. 71 

Reed G. D. Woburn 

Butt Manufacturers. 

Alder & Lauten, 509 Medford, Charlestown 

Butter and Cheese Tryers Manufacturer. 
Bowen Henry D. Weston 

Button Manufacturer. 
Wade William W., Medford Steps, Medford 

Cabinet Makers. 

(See also Furniture Manufacturers.) 

Hosmer Edwin, South Acton, Acton 

Patten A. H. & Co. Billerica 

Holt J. A. Palmer, st. Cambridge 

ARTHUR BROTHERS, State st. (see adv. dept. 

p. 156), Cambridgeport, " 

Hogan John B. " " 

SCRIBNER JOHN F., Osborn's Mill (see adv. 

dept. p. 155), Cambridgeport, " 

FOSTER & CLARK, 38 Water (see adv. dept. p. 

199), Charlestown 

Wemyss Brothers & Co. " 

WINSLOW S. & CO. 425 Medford (see adv. dept. 

p. 191), 
Farrar Willard T. Concord 

Nealey Edward F. " 

Childs O. Framingham 

Kendall A. G. " 

Pond Nelson, Holliston 

Newton William F. Hudson 

CROSBY FURNITURE CO., Mechanics Mills 

(see adv. dept. p. 47), Lowell 

Hill H. E. 258 Middlesex, " 

Marshall & Crosby, " 

TROWBRIDGE GEO. N. & SON, Wamesit 

Steam Mills (see adv. dept. p. 20), " 

WYMAN J. H. 75 East Merrimac (see adv. dept. 

p. 41), 
Teele B. R. Medford 

Webster G. H. " 

Small Brothers, Melrose 

Adams James, Natick 

Wetherbee B. S. Newton 

Whittredge George C. North Reading 

Whittredge Joseph, " 

Whittredge William A. " 



Hear the " Vox Humana " Stop in George Woods Co.'» Organs, it is 
baritone solo stop, not a mere fan or tremolo. 



72 MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 


Cabinet Makers, — continued. 




Batchelder Alden, 


Reading 


DINSMORE & GROUARD, Salem street, 


u 


Harnden Sylvester & Son, 


« 


Miller Frederic, 


« 


Richardson D. G , Mt. Vernon, cor. Linden, 


» 


Campbell William, 


Somerville 


Taylor Sewall B. 


Sudbury 


Bellis Matthew, 


Waltham 


Bent Luther & Co. 


Watertown 


FOSTER WILLIS H. (see adv. dept. p. 92) 


, Woburn 


Camp Stool Manufacturer. 




French C. A., Wamesit Steam Mills, 


Lowell 


Can Manufacturer. 




Lawson Peter (patent composition drawing), 


1 Mt. 


Vernon, 


Lowell 


Canned Goods. 




Underwood William & Co. 


Charlestown 


Car Spring Manufacturers. 




Hebbard Car Spring Co 180 Broadway, 




Cambridgeport 


Cambridge 


Car Trimmings Manufacturer. 




HUDSON J. F. 64 Fifth (see advt. p. 22, front), 


East Cambridge 


Cambridge 


Car Wheel Manufacturers. 




Boston Car Wheel Co. Cambridgeport, 


Cambridge 


Card Clothing.' 




BENT & HURD (second hand), 77 Market 


(see 


adv. dept. p. 8), 


Lowell 


Card Clothing Manufacturers. 




BAGSHAW W. H. (steel pointed machine in 


wood) (see adv. dept. p. 1), 


Lowell 


KITSON RICHARD (see advt. Miscellaneous De- 


partment), 


Lowell 


LOWELL CARD CO. 96 Middle (see advt. 


Mis- 


cellaneous Department), 


(C 


Carpenters and Builders. 




Martin Abram, 


Acton 


Robbing A. M. 


(< 


Fletcher Guilford D. South Acton, " 


Gates George, " 


u 


Hay ward Frank, " 


(( 


Reed J. E. « 


u 





Frank B. Dodge, Dealer in all kinds of Sewing machines, 143 Main 
Street, Woburn. 





MIDDLESEX 


COUNTY 


DIRECTOKY. 


73 


Stevens Levi W. 






West Acton, Acton 


Baston James, 








Arlington 


Chase James M. 








" 


Horsefield William H. 








u 


Storer Edward, Arlington court, 




a 


TEEL ALBERT L., Main, 


opp. 


Mill (see 


adv. 


dept. p. 81), 








u 


Damon Jonas B. 








Ashby 


Handley George, 








it 


Wellington Albert, 








n 


Wellington Cecil F. 








a 


Wellington Luke, 








u 


Wilder Myron C. 








a 


Evans & Varney, 








Ashland 


Fay William E. 








« 


Porter J. Frank, 








tt 


Stiles Oilman, 








H 


Yeaton H. 








u 


Burns John, 








Ayer 


Chapin E. C. 










Childs S. A. 








M 


FLETCHER J. E. (see 


adv. 


dept 


p. 146),, 


frf 


Hartwell Elbridge, 








(( 


Hosmer David, 








(t 


Hosmer John E. 








U 


Lapham Morev, 








it 


LEPOINT LEWIS, 








(( 


PHELPS & WOODS, 








a 


RUSSELL E. W. 








" 


Sanderson Henry, 4 Nashua, 






" 


Sherwin Henry, 








u 


Spaulding B. M. 








« 


Stone Charles, 








/ 


Waters Daniel, 








(< 


Williamson C. D. 








(C 


Cutler Amos B. 








Bedford 


Lane Oliver J. 








(< 


Hatch Lemuel, 








Belmont 


Hatch Simon D. 








« 


Higgins Albert, 








tt 


Ruthver H. 








u 


Floyd Daniel, 








Billerica 


Johnson Lewis, 








u 


Reed J. Everett, 








Boxborough 


Campbell 1. G. 








Brighton 


Davenport Samuel, 








" 


Maxwell J., 








« 


McCAUSLAND JOHN H., 


Washington st 


(see 


advt. dept. p 105), 








a 





Hear tlie " Aeoline " Stop in Geo. Woods Co.'s Organs. It is a most 
beautiful soft breathing-stop. 



74 MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



Carpenters and Builders, — continued. 

O'Connell Daniel, Brighten 
WadleyJ. C. 

Wood Benjamin, " 

Berry J. W. Allston, " 

ANDERSON JAMES, 6 Palmer (see adv. dept. 

p. 163), Cambridge 

Blodgett & Rhoades, " 

French O. B. " 
HATFIELD BROTHERS, 75 Brighton (see adv. 

dept. p. 171), " 

Hayes L. S. " 

Huckins Thomas S., " 
Kelly J. B. 

Knapp A. " 

Palmer Granville, " 

PARSONS A. B. 6 Palmer (see adv. dept. page 

162) 

Paul H. S. 85 Brighton, " 

Perkins Levi, 85 Brighton, " 

Poland William, 735 Cambridge, " 

Stevens Abel jr. " 

Stark W. R. ' " 

Tracy Martin, " 

Tracy Michael F. u . 

Wellington C. W. 815 Main, " 

White J. B. 6 Palmer, " 

WILSON JOHN (see adv. dept. p. 165), " 

Withey Simon B. " 

Bailey Isaac W. Cambridgeport, " 

Cass Fred G. 12 Green, " " 

Chesley & Simpson, rear 579 Main, " " 

Clark Simon P. " " 

DINSMORE JAMES (see adv. dept. p. 150), 

Cambridgeport, " 

Gault B. F., Pleasant, cor. Rockwell, " " 
GILCREAS & CHISHOLM, 108 Tremont and 57 

Franklin (see adv. dept. p, 174), 

Cambridgeport, " 

Ham & Sweet, " " 

Hancock & Greely, 113 Broadway, " " 

Jackson W. A. 84 Austin, " " 

Joy & Luther, " " 

Keenan J. H. rear 400 Cambridge, " " 
KELLEY & McKINNON, 7 Western ave. (see adv. 

dept. p. 161), Cambridgeport, " 

Lowe F. & J. 74 Prospect, " " 

Luke W. H. Clark, cor. Broadway, " " 

Marvin J. H. 128 Pearl, " •« 



The nest assortment of Watches, Clocks, and Jewelry, will be found 
at Dodge's, 113 Main Street, Wobura. 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 




75 


NORRIS ALBERT & CO., Western ave. 


cor. 




Franklin (see adv. dept. p. 155), 






Cambridgeport 


Cambridge 


Packard Alvin, 10 Gardner, " 




u 


Rhoades J. R. 102 Allston, " 




ft 


Ricker John K. " 




it 


Ricker Moses, Western ave. cor. Franklin, 






Cambridgeport, 




t< 


Robinson J., 117i Harvard, •' 




tt 


SIMPSON HARRISON, rear 577 Main (see 


adv. 




dept. p. 190), Cambridgeport, 




u 


Snow Russell L. 40 Hamilton, " 




It 


Sparrow J. H. 62 Auburn, " 




ft 


Stearns AW. " 




It 


Stockbridge R. 0. 380 Main, " 




tc 


Weld John C. " 




tt 


Wentworth R. &C. G. rear 577 Main, " 




tc 


Wilson John, Osborn's Mill, " 




it 


BERRY JAMES H. 61 Third (see adv. dept. p. 




183), East Cambridge, 




tf 


CLARK OZIAS, 52 Cambridge, " 




tt 


Ford Brothers, 54 Cambridge, " 




tt 


HADLEY ALVAH A. 190 Cambridge (see 


adv. 




dept. p. 178), East Cambridge, 




(i 


McClosky Hugh, " 




tt 


Packer J. W. & Co. " 




II 


Ricker John K., Gore, near Sixth, " 




tt 


Stevens Albert, " 




II 


Swiney C. & J. H. « 




" 


Webster T. B. 137 Bridge, " 




tt 


Bugbee William A. North Cambridge, 




tt 


Drake Brothers, " 




« 


Joyce N. D., Hubbard ave. " 




tt 


Steele Benjamin, " 




tt 


Stiles Stephen, " 




ft 


Wright S. J. " 




tt 


Duren Isaac F. 


Carlisle 


Greene Thomas J. 




tf 


Moore Henry F. 




tf 


Willson Horace W. 




ft 


Alden John, 61 Harvard, 


Charlestown 


Archer & Lund, 37 Lexington, 




<f 


BROWN AMOS (see advt. p. 23, front), 




ft 


BROWN WILLIAM, 5 Sullivan (see adv. 


dept. 




p. 198) 




tf 


Burns Lawrence, 80 Decatur, 




tf 


CASS JOHN, 25 Chelsea (see adv. dept. p. 215), 


tt 


Chase Henry, 




tf 


Collins I. S. 79 School, 




tf 





Hear the '« Piano " Stop in Geo. Woods Co.'s Organs. It is a piano of 
exquisite quality of tone which will never require tuning. 





76 MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 


Carpenters and Builders, — continued. 




Flanagan Samuel, Charlestown 


Hall Wm. E. 


it 


Harmon B. 95 Bartlett, 


a 


HILL JOSEPH W. (see adv. dept. p. 201), 


" 


Hunt J. A. 8 School, 


u 


Jones Jesse U. 6 Williams, 


« 


LORD J. B. & CO. 416 Main (see adv. dept. 




p. 205), 


(( 


MAYNARD JAMES B. 80 School (see adv. dept. 




p. 209), 


(C 


Norris E. J. 57 Chapman, 


" 


O'Connor M. 


u 


Patterson William, 


t( 


Perkins John L. 58 School, 


H 


PERRY & P1DGEON, 5 Pleasant (see adv. dept. 




p. 203), 


a 


Raynes F. 40 Ferrin, 


" 


SHAW & STOCKB RIDGE, 2 Phillips (see adv. 




dept. p. 200), 


(( 


Starbird George M. 10 Sullivan, 


« 


Stone Alden, 


u 


Stone Charles S. 


it 


Stone Joseph, 29 Miller, 


It 


TUCKER DAVID S. 5 South Eden (see adv. dept. 




p. 202), 


u 


Turnbull Wm. 


u 


Ward & Co. 510 Main, 


(( 


Waugh George, 10 Water, 


M 


Wellington C. W. 


U 


Wilson J. B. 45 Chelsea, 


« 


Wyman Earle, 627 Main, 


a 


Green & Hagaman, Chelmsford 


Larcom Jonathan, 


« 


Marshall Eben R. 


a 


Sweet Edmund, Middlesex Village, 


a 


Cummings W. North Chelmsford, 


tt 


FLETCHER S. R. (see adv. dept. p. 122), 




North Chelmsford, 


u 


Howard Calvin, " 


" 


Wesson J. E. " 


« 


Parker Eli P. South Chelmsford, 


u 


Pollard Dawson, West Chelmsford, 


(( 


Benjamin William H. Concord 


George Joseph P. 


" 


Gray George, 


" 


Hobson Moses, 


u 


Hosmer Nathan S. 


a 


Messer George E. 


a 





Silver Ware made to order at Dodge's, 14:3 Maiu Street, Wobnru, less 
than Boston prices. 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 77 


Fletcher Cyrus, 


Westvale, Concord 


Harris & Farnham, 


Dracut 


Norris Franklin S. 


(i 


Hall -Ira B. 


Dunstable 


Brown Nathaniel P. 


Evei ett 


Carlisle William, 


u 


Corey Thomas, 


« 


Dixon Augustus, 


'< 


Kittredge C. P. 


« 


Loring E. B. 


u 


Peters Gilbert, 


C( 


Bjgelow Charles E. 


Framingham 


Eaton E. G. 


u 


Hemenway Adam, 


" 


Hemenway Dexter, 


" 


Hemenway Elbra, 


u 


Hemenway John, 


" 


Rice Phineas G. 


(( 


Underwood George, 


<< 


Fales & Williams, South Framingham, 


Goulding E. 


" l( 


Haynes Nathan, 


Saxonville, " 


Moulton Charles, 


M tc 


Tilton George, 


U (( 


Blood Luther, 


Groton 


Blood Lyman, 


it v 


Lewis George W. 


" 


WHITING LEMUEL & 


SON, 


Austin W. H. 


Holliston 


Kibby M. 


M 


SANGER SAMUEL A. 


(see adv. dept. p, 166), " 


SIMPfeON CHARLES E. 


(see adv. dept. p. 190), " 


Archibald Charles, 


Hopkinton 


Blake K. 


»t 


Blake Richard, 


u 


Davis D. 


it 


Maiden John, 


f (t 


Meserve James W. 


"" 


Nelson L. 


(( 


Osborne Thomas, 


4 


Phipps D. Nelson, 


(( 


Phipps John, 


(1 


Pond Caleb A. 


« 


Taylor Luther W. 


u 


Coburn David G. 


Woodville, " 


Rice D. & Son, 


H ii 


Rollins J. 


it (( 


Cotting George A. 


Hudson 


Dutton Ira A. 


tt 



See the beautiful) new styles of cases in GEORGE WOODS CO.'S 
Organs. 



78 MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



Carpenters and Builders, — continued. 
FLETCHER GEORGE T. (see adv. dept. page 

138), Hudson 

Houghton Thomas J. " 

Hurlburt John L. " 

PETERS & DERBY, Wood square, " 

PHILBRICK A. J. (see adv. dept p. 137), " 

Robertson J. C. " 

Robinson C. H. " 

RUSSELL NATHAN (see adv. dept. p. 134), " 
Locke William, Lexington 

Tuttle David A. '* 

Capelle Curtis, East Lexington, " 

Brown Francis C. Lincoln 

Cousins Nathaniel F. " 

Fraser Charles W. South Lincoln, " 

Breed Samuel S. Littleton 

Fletcher J. W. " 

Needham B. " 

Robbins N. B. " 
Barclay C. P., Smith street, Lowell 

Bartlett S. & E. W. 13 Worthen, " 

Bassett A. N., Whipple, near Central, " 
BENNETT JAMES W. 240 Middlesex (see adv. 

dept. p. 35), " 

Bennett J. C. 61 Dutton, " 

Brown M. C. " 
CARLL FRANCIS, Westford, corner Walker (see 

adv. dept. p. 37), " 

Carll Henry, Middlesex st. " 

Coburn C. C. " 

Colburn E. H. 3 Pine, , " 

DAVIS BARTLETT, 302 School (see adv. dept. 

p. 129), 

Davis R. P. 4 Westford, , " 

Dow John D. " 

EMERSON A. 37 Cedar (see adv. dept. p. 35), " 

Emery A. H. " 
FARNHAM GEORGE B. 242 Middlesex (see 

adv. dept. p. 35), " 
FOWLER GEORGE L. 152 Broadway (see adv. 

dept. p. 34), • " 

FULLER WILLIAM T., Walker, near Westford 

(see adv. dept. p. 34), " 

Furnald N. G., Fulton st. near Willie, " 
GOULD CHARLES, 66 Branch (see adv. dept. p. 

38), 

GRIFFIN J. E. 1 Howe (see adv. dept. p. 38), " 

Hamblet G. " 



HAIR WORK made to order at DODGE'S, 143 MAIN STREET, 

Woburu, 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 79 

HARMON M. 75 Middle, Lowell 

Heald Charles E. 13 Prescott, " 
HODGDON & SON, Fletcher, cor. Franklin (see 

adv. dept. p. 33), " 

Holt Daniel, 24 Howe, " 

Hood A. K., Rock, corner Willie, " 

Horton J. F. 24 Prescott, " 

HOWE H. C. & J. F., Dutton, near Wamesit Mills, « 

Howe H. F. " 

HOWE JOHN, 285 Merrimac (see advt. p. 15, front), « 

Howe Lorenzo G. " 
HOWE WILLIAM G. 10 Myrtle (see adv. dept. 

p. 36), " 

Jacobs F. P., Broadway, cor. M.t. Vernon, " 

MACKIE HENRY W., Rock st. (see adv. dept. p. 9), " 

McKoan & Golden, " 

Merrill & Calef, 26 Middlesex, " 

Munroe Charles, 24 Howe, " 

Noyes John F. 137 Central, " 

Page Jonathan, 4 Linden, " 
PATTERSON WILLIAM, 21 Cameron (see advt. 

front cover), " 

Peabody John T., Liberty square, " 
PEARSON GEO. W. 7 Bank building, Middle st. 

(see adv. dept. p. 35), " 
PROCTOR S. N. rear 181 Central (see adv. dept. 

p. 37), « 
RICHARDSON DANIEL, Jr., 2 Elliott (see adv. 

dept. p. 36), " 

Sawtell Josiah A. 140 School, " 

Simpson O. 9 Sixth, " 

Snell Orlando, 26 Middle, " 

Stearns Erastus, Fayette, cor. Chestnut, " 

Sylvester G. B. " 

Thompson J. Breck, Franklin square. " 
VARNUM CHARLES F. 10 Westford (see adv. 

dept. p. 36), " 

Wiley S. F. 25 Chestnut, " 

Wiggin William H., Rock, cor. Willie, " 

Wilson F. S. & F. T. 244 Middlesex, " 

WOOD H. R., Dover street (see adv. dept. p. 34), " 

WOODWARD S. 85 Howard (see adv. dept. p. 37), " 
Brown Asa R. rear Abbott's block, Maiden 

Clark Jonathan, u 
COBURN H. S. rear Abbott's block, Pleasant st. 

(see adv. dept. p. 63), " 

Harlow Solon, " 

Hunnewell N. M. near Barrett's Dye House, " 

McAllister G. H., Middlesex court, " 



A visit to the wareroomi and factory ofGfo. Woods Co.. 624: Main st. 
C'ambi ulgeport, will amply repay all interested in music. 





80 MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 


Carpenters and Builders, — continued. 


Moore John H., Main st. Maiden 


Morcomne Fred. T. " 


Newhall Nathan, " 


Rawley & Brewster, near B. & M. depot, " 


Reed J. C, Essex, near depot, " 


Rollins N. F. rear Abbott House, " 


Sturgean S. S. near Abbott's block, " 


Waite Caleb, Lewis, cor. Middlesex, " 


Waldron Samuel, " • 


Hemmenway N. Maplewood, " 


Kimball Lafayette, " " 


Andrews H. H. Marlborough 


Andrews John, . " 


Berry Robert, " 


Fay Hiram W. " 


Howe Elbridge & Son, ** 


Kirby Philip, 


Martin John, " 


Maynard I. G. " 


MeGee Charles, " 


Rogers M. B. " 


Darling George, Maynard 


Harriman J. R. " 


Archibald & Currier, Med ford 


Brock Simon 0. " 


Caldwell Charles, " 


Costeliow Edward, " 


Davis Samuel, 3d, " 


Guptill William, « 


Jacobs Charles S. " 


Johnson Brothers, " 


Lincoln Gilbert, *' 


Mann Moses W. " 


McGowan W. H. « 


Mills Caleb, " 


Pierce James, " 


Pinkham R. G. * 


Roach William, 4 * 


Roberts Joseph, " 


Rodgers & Rand, " 


Sullivan Andrew, " 


Thomas W. B. 


Brock S. P. West Medford, " 


Norton J. H. « " 


At wood Joel S. Melrose 


Beal George W. " 


Currier Charles M. " 


Reid John C. " 


1 



MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, all kinds at DODGE'S, 14-2 Main Street 
Wobnrn. 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 8 I 

Stantial Thomas B. Melrose 

Who well Richard, « 

Woodward David R. " 

Atwood W. W. Natick 

Bates George, « 

Bates J. jr. « 

Bruce Win. « 

Caswell Perley, « 

Cook Moses, «■ 

Finley James, " 

Finn David, " 

Huntoon & Son, « 

Johnson & Bent, " 

Morse J. Willard, « 

Mossman Judson, ♦< 

Nelson Olan, « 

Rice Martin, « 

Smith Daniel, " 

Swain W. A. '< 

Sweetland S. A. » 

Caswell Asa, South Natick, " 

Phillips Thomas, " " 

Harding C. R., Glenwood, near Park, Newton 

Lamson G. W. << 

Lummus Charles 0. '• 

McLean Henry, « 

Pingree Brothers, « 
WHIPPLE ORRIN (see adv. dept. p. 1 13), 

Jordan Allen, Lower Falls, " 

Spring George, » " 

Clark S. Newton Centre, " 

Cole Geo. W. « c< 

Cousens Joseph, " « 

Ellis Stephen, " « 

Garey Orin C, " " 

Staples John, " a 

Walker Timothy, '» " 

Billings J. D. Newtonville, " 

Hurd Thomas, " " 

Flint Samuel, " " 
GARDNER GEO. L. (see adv. dept. p. 217), 

Newtonville, " 

Higgins & Billings, » " 
WATERMAN M. T. (see adv. dept. p. 211), 

Newtonville, " 

Hall Amroy, Upper Falls, " 

Keyes G. W. u « 

Bailey Luther, West Newton, » 

Blood S. G. « U 



Geo. Woods Co. ! 



s Parlor and Vestry Organs are not equalled for 
purity and brilliancy of tone. 



82 MIDDLESEX 


COUNTY DIRECTORY. 


Carpenters and Builders^ — 


continued. 


Lucas Milo, 




West Newton, Newton 


Lucas R. M. 




" " 


Sawyer D. C. & Co. 




(i tt 


Taylor George, 




i( l- 


Clark & Norton, 




Auburndale, " 


Huestis Benjamin, 




tt tt 


Tenney & Soule, 




(( It 


White James H. 




it (( 


Campbell Warren A 




North Reading 


Eames John, 




it 


Eaton David G. 




" 


Fowle Timothy, 




" 


Holt Solon 0. 




" 


Robinson John V. 




tt 


Carter Sumner, 




Pepperell 


Miller Jacob, 




" 


Tucker Samuel E. 




tt 


Chapman Elias, 




Hast Pepperell, " 


Bancroft & Temple, 




Reading 


Broad N. W. 




tt 


Creesy Daniel, 




tt 


Frost Charles C. 




tt 


Phillips Wm. M. 




" 


Richardson & Whittier 




" 


Safford Edward, 




tt 


Dowse Charles D. 




Sherborn 


Adams Albert, 




t Shirley 


Balch Charles, 




" 


Cnmmings B. F. 




it 


Farnsworth Abel, 




» 


Farns worth C. L. 




tt 


Hartwell J. C. 




tt 


Holden S. P. 




" 


Holden S. R. 




tt 


Lawrence 0. F. 




tt 


Parsons John, 




" 


Sawtell Henry, 




ci 


Sawtell William, 




" 


Abbott H. M. 




Somerville 


Austin Joseph W. ' 




" 


Benson John M. 




tt 


Brazillian James S. 




" 


Canfleld James W., Webster 


ivenue, " 


Canfield John, Webster 


avenue, " 


Caswell Albert, Union square 


tt 


Chapman K. W., Dover, 


near 


Elm, " 


Chase Aaron jr., Union 


sq. 


«' 


Downing Thomas A. 




tt 





an save Money by buying your Goods at Dodge's Jewelry 
Store, 143 Main Street, Woburn. 



MIDDLESEX COUN1Y DIRECTORY. 



83 



Fenton John, Milk, cor. Mossland, 

Ferrie Harrison C. 1 Avon, 

Frost John O., Beach, opp Harvard, 

Hills J. D., Belmont, near Summer, 

Hulsman David, Walnut, near Broadwaj', 

McLeod Donald, 

Parker William, 

Randall Charles E., Medford, cor. Cross, 

Sanborn D. A. jr. 

Smith & Robinson, 7 Church, 

Tate William E. 

Trefren Geo. W., Milk, cor. Laurel, 

Truesdell S., Sumner, near Vinal ave. 



Somerville 



Austin Joseph W. 
Coffin Henry, 
Kirkpatrick Chas. A. 
Laighton M. 
Paul E. M. 
Rowe Cyrus B. 
Stevens John R. 
Taylor A. J. 
Tenney J. C. & D. B. 
Brazilian James S. 
Coan A. 

Norwood Moses K. 
Baxter Thomas, 
Cole Samuel, 
Cotton Eugene E. 
Delano William E. 
Gage S. D. 
Ham W. 
Ledger J. F. 
Libbey & Hopkins, 
Spencer J. W. 
Spiller Samuel T. 
Clark Robert, 
Lawrence John W. 
Smith A. J. 
Walcott Josiah, 
Moore G. F. 
Puffer James J. 
Taylor John, 
Bowen Arthur, 
Parmenter C. 0. 
Davis Daniel, 
Frost Oren, 
Boutell Calvin, 
Howard Spaulding, 
Marricle David, 



East Somerville, 



North Somerville, 



Stoneham 



Stow 



Sudbury 



South Sudbury, 



Tewksbury 
it 

Townsend Centre, Townsend 



Geo. Woods Co.'s Combination Solo Stops arc remarkable for the 
beauty and variety of the musical effects of which they are capable. 





84 MIDDLESEX 


COUNTY DIRECTORY. 


Carpenters and Builders, — continued. 


Haynes Walter, 


Townsend Harbor, Townsend 


Colton Lyman G-. 


Tyngsborough 


Kendall Cummings, 


it 


Lund James T. 


K 


Cartland J. H. 


Wakefield 


Davis C. H. 


tc 


Hilton James, 


(( 


Horton Geo. W. 


" 


Osgood J. 


C( 


Packard George, 


({ 


Perkins Andrew C. 


ti 


Perkins David, 


(1 


PUR1NGTON JOHN, 


Centre, cor. Crescent (see 


advt. p. 5, front), 


<( 


Taylor M. C. 


k 


Turnbull Alexander, 


' tc 


Wiley Adam, 


« 


Gilbert John, 


Waltham 


Reed C. C. 


« 


Taylor George D. 


M 


Wetherbee Andrew, 


« 


Berry & Moody, 


Watertown 


Macurdy H. W. 


it 


Madden John, 


it 


Norcross & Blaisdell, 


u 


Pierce George, 


« 


Sanger Joseph, 


(( 


Weeks William, 


(( 


Wheeler Horace, 


K 


Wheeler Otis, 


({ 


Win? Ezra, 


(I 


Fullick & Small, 


Way land 


Walker James D. 


it 


Risley George W. 


Cochituate, " 


Risley William C. 


a t( 


Decatur Calvin A. 


Westford 


Decatur L H. 


u 


Drew George, 


M 


Fletcher Charles L. 


(( 


Norton Albion W. 


(t 


Sweetser Lorenzo, 


(( 


Wright Kendall A. 


u 


Prescott George H. 


Forge Village, " 


Stevens Ephraim A. 


tc t< 


Fisk E. S. 


Graniteville, " 


Patch Samuel, jr. 


Weston 


Robinson Fitz A. 


U 


Eames John N. 


Wilmington 





The best Pebbled Spectacles, and Eye Glasses, made to Order at 
Dodge's, 113 Main Street, Wobum, 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 


85 


Earaes Jonathan, 


Wilmington 


Dupee C. H. 


Winchester 


Farrow Joshua, 


« 


Hanley R. 


<< 


Hatch Horace, 


" 


Norman Thomas, 


M 


Shattuck Joseph, 


" 


Small Samuel, 


« 


Corbett Thomas R. 


Woburn 


De Loria James, 


« 


Eager D. F. 


« 


Ell arcl John, 


it 


Farrar R. 


«< 


Fiske Hiram, 


IC 


Fowle George E. 


« 


Fowle Josiah L. 


<( 


Kimball G. W. 


u 


Kimball J. P. 


" 


Munroe G. J. 


(( 


Perham L. W. 


« 


Tidd Thomas B. 


(• 


WHITCHER JACOB C. (see adv. dept. p. 94), 


Willoughby E. K. 


(I 


Witham S. G. 


« 


Wood Abner G. 


« 


Edgecomb Noah, North Woburn, " 


Carpenters' Hardware. 




Calvert Frank, 


Lowell 


Carpet Beater. 




Burr L. 589J Main, Cambridgeport 


Cambridge 


Carpet Dealers, 




WRIGHT W. & SON (see adv. dept. p. 139] 


, Ayer 


WORCESTER BROTHERS, 25 Brattle sq 


. (see 


adv. dept. p. 151), 


Cambridge 


Carter A. J. 118 Main, 


Charlestown 


GARY E. & CO. 92 Main (see adv. dept. p. 


193), « 


Whiting Edwin F., Andrews' block, 


Holliston 


HOLD EN W. P. & SON (see adv. dept. p 


131), 




Hudson 


Wood Solon, 


'» 


Adams & Co. 7 Central, 


Lowell 


BENNER BROS. 132 Central, 


it 


Bradley W T. 25 Market, 


» 


COOK, TAYLOR & CO. 107 Central and 48 




Merrimac (see advt. p. 16, front), 


u 


Pufter J. F 9 and 11 Market, 


« 


Cleland John & Co. 7 Union block, 


Naticfe 



The cases of Geo. Woo<*8 Co.'s Organs are of the most beautiful aud 
graceful designs. 



86 MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



Carpet Dealers, — continued. 

Fletcher F., Pleasant, near Main, Reading 
ANDERSON, HOWES & CO., Main, cor. Albion 

(see adv. dept. p. 73), Wakefield 

Clark, Maynard & Co. 267 Main, Waltham 

Macy John, " 

Bent Luther & Co., Watertown square, Watertown 

Macy John S. 226 Main, Woburn 
Pollock G. W. 193 Main, 

Woodbury William, 157 Main, " 

Carpet Manufacturers. 

LOWELL MANUFACTURING CO. (see advt. 

Miscellaneous Department), Lowell 

Naylor George, " 

Mystic Print Works, John Cochrane, East Medford, 

Medford 

Carpet Lining Manufacturers. 
Chipman George W. Chorlestown 

Wentworth F. B. & Co. Waltham 

Carpet Power Loom Manufacturer. 
Murkland William, Lowell 

Carriage and Sleigh Dealer. 
TAYLOR CHARLES E. East Holliston, Holliston 

Carriage, Coach and Sleigh Manufacturers. 
(See also*W7teelwrights.) 
Hall Enoch & Son, West Acton, Acton 

Bucknam Samuel C. Arlington 

Higgins Thomas, " 

HILL & GOTT, opp. Arlington House, " 

Minchin William 0. " 

Wright Geo. F. " 

Taggart R. A. Ashland 

BRIGHAM & McRAY (see adv. dept. p. 143), Ayer 
Parson J. C. " 

Hill John C. Belmont 

Needham Albert, " 

Brown Daniel (wagons), 8 Palmer, Cambridge 

Chapman Francis L. " 

JONES ANDREW J., Church, cor. Palmer, 
ANDERSON J. F. (see adv. dept. p. 160), 

Cambridgeport, " 

Ward W. A. " " 

Waugh W. A. & Co. 442 and 444 Main, " " 

FELT & COLLINS, 18 Cambridge (see adv. dept. 

p. 181), East Cambridge, " 



All kinds GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES at DODGE'S, 143 Main 
Street, Woburn. 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 87 

PAULSON & GAFFIGAN (wagons), 35 and 37 

Gore (see adv. dept. p. 181), 

East Cambridge, Cambridge 
Prebeck M., Bridge, near East, " " 

TESSIER F. (wagons), 89 Bridge (see adv. dept. 

p. 184), East Cambridge, " 

Henderson Robert, North Cambridge, " 

Henderson Bros. " " 

Ivers Francis, North ave. cor. Allen, 

North Cambridge, " 

Webb Wm. W. " " 

Emory James & Co. rear 15 Austin, Charlestown 

LOUER & RICE, 41 and 43 Chelsea (see adv. dept. 

p. 206), 
Proctor Charles (see adv. dept. p. 124), Chelmsford 

DRAPER WILLIAM L. (see adv. dept. p. 124), 

North Chelmsford, " 

Bean L. Willis, Concord 

McCOY E. P., Pawtucket sq. (see adv. dept. p. 42), Dracut 
Jaquith S. junc. Broadway and Bow, Everett 

Horn Charles C. Framingham 

Lombard Nathaniel, South Framingham, " 

Trowbridge Geo. " " 

Haynes & Wright, Holliston 

KETT J. W. (see adv. dept. p. 148), " 

Partridge Joseph, " 

Day Frederick, . Hopkinton 

Putnam A. C. *' 

MOULTON W. H., Wood sq. (see adv. dept. p. 

137), Hudson 

THOMPSON BENJAMIN (see adv. dept. p. 138), «• 
Wood Brothers, next to Centre Depot, Lexington 

MANDLEBURG C. A. (see adv. dept. p. 122), 

East Lexington, " 

ABBOTT A. H. & J. H. 292 Middlesex (see adv 

dept. p. 49), Lowell 

Bernard John S. 285 Merrimac, " 

Convers Samuel, 163 Central, " 

GILSON L. G. 330 Middlesex (see adv. dept. p. 55), " 
GREEN AMOS (express wagons), Fletcher, cor. 

Fi'anklin (see adv. dept. p. 59), " 

Hill G. F. 136 Middlesex, « 

Hill Bros. 14. 16 & 18 Middlesex, " 

ROSS & JEWETT, Willie, cor. Cross (see adv. 

dept. p. 12), " 

Sanborn Edwin, Anderson, cor. Pleasant, Belvidere, " 
Saunders Alfred S. 22 Bridge, " 

SAWYER T. C. 161 & 163 Middlesex (see adv. 

dept. p. 46), " 



Geo. Woods Co.'s Organs are constructed in the most thorough and 
perfect manner. 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



Carriage, Coach, and Sleigh Manufs. etc., — coni. 
SAWYER & TAYLOR, 161 and 163 Middlesex 

(see adv. dept. p: 46), Lowell 

Swett Wm. L., Pawtucket, near Falls, •« 

SWEPT & CLARK, Arch St. (see adv. dept. p. 45), " 
Bates A. M. & Co., Middlesex, cor. Centre, Maiden 

Keen Wm. B. « 

Putnam H. L. & Co. " 

Brigham W. C. Marlborough 

Moore Henry F., Main, opp. Medford House, Medford 
Symmes Alex S. " 

TEELE & HILL, Union, near Mystic ave. (see 

adv. dept. p. 70), " 

Walker Daniel H. Melrose 

Adams James, jr. Natick 

Read D. B. & Co. « 

Reed J. B. & Co. " 

Cameron J. H., Washington, near Park, Newton 

Curry Robert, « 

Pulsifer J. Lower Falls, " 

Lawrence Sumner P. Pepperell 

BROWN SAMUEL, Haven, near B. & M. depot 

(see adv. dept. p. 218), Reading 

Ware Arthur B. Sherborn 

Ware Vorestus, " 

Emerson Enoch, Milk, cor. Union square, Somerville 

Henderson Wm. T., Milk, junc. Elm, 

North Cambridge, " 
CHILD W. WARD, 39 Main (see adv. dept. p. 

73), Stoneham 

WALL RICHARD D. rear of Post-Office, 
Lewis W. H. Townsend Centre, Townsend 

Winship J. & S. Wakefield 

ANDERSON BROTHERS, Main, near Bacon (see 

adv. dept. p. 103), Waltham 

Madden John, Watertown 

Jones Charles, Woburn 

PARKER A. J., Prospect st. rear of depot (see 

adv. dept. p. 88), " 

POLLARD CHAS. P. opp. Central House (see 

adv. dept. p. 95), " 

Carriage Parts Manufacturers. 
Eames A. M. (hubs), South Framingham, Framingham 
Teele Josiah R. (bows), Main, junc. Mystic avenue, 

Medford 
Carriage Repairers. 
BRIGHAM & McRAY (see adv. dept. p. 143), Ayer 
DRAPER WM. L. (see adv. dept. p. 124), 

North Chelmsford, Chelmsford 



REED «& BARTOK'S Plated Ware, at DOGDE'S, 143 Main Street, 
Woburn. 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



HOUSTON W. H., Wood sq. (see adv. dept. p. 

137), Hudson 

THOMPSON BENJAMIN (see adv. dept. p. 138), " 
ABBOTT A. H. & J. H. 292 Middlesex (see adv. 

dept. p. 49), Lowell 

GILSON L. G. 330 Middlesex (see adv. dept. p. 

55), 
GREEN AMOS, Fletcher, cor. Franklin (see adv. 

dept. p. 59), " 

ROSS & JEWETT, Willie, cor. Cross (see adv. 

dept. p. 12), " 

Swett Wm. L., Pawtucket, near Falls, (l 

Henderson W. T., Milk, junc. Elm, North Cambridge, 

Somerville 
Carriage Repositories. 
COGSWELL JAMES A. (see adv. dept. p. Ill), 

Brighton 
Ward W. A 244 and 246 Main, Cambridgeport, 

Cambridge 
TYLER CHAS. E. East Holliston, Holliston 

CON ANT J. E. 170 Central (see adv. dept. p. 

211), Lowell 

SAWYER T. C. 161 aud 163 Middlesex (see adv. 

dept. p. 46), 
SAWYER & TAYLOR, 161 and 163 Middlesex 

(see adv. dept. p. 46), " 

ANDERSON BROTHERS (see adv. dept. p. 103), 

Waltham 
Carriage Smiths. 
(See also Blacksmiths.) 
HOSMER AUGUSTINE, Acton 

BRIGHAM & McRAY (see adv. dept. p 143), Ayer 
Cutter James, Allston, Brighton 

KENNEDY J. (see adv. dept. p. 107), " 
Hartness George, 4 Palmer, Cambridge 

NUTTING P. & CO., Palmer street, " 

Day Stephen, 46 Cambridge, East Cambridge, " 
FELT & COLLINS, 18 Cambridge (see adv. dept. 

p. 181), East Cambridge, " 

McKay R., Bridge, near East, " " 

PAULSON & GAFFIGAN, 35 and 37 Gore (see 

adv. dept. p. 181), East Cambridge, " 

TESSIER F. 89 Bridge (see adv. dept. p. 184), 

East Cambridge, " 
ANDERSON J. F. 18 Soden (see adv. dept. p. 

160),- Cambridgeport, " 

Mcintosh Geo. 376 Main, " " 

Waugh W. A. & Co. 442 and 444 Main, " " 

Worthen J. R. 4 Western ave. " " 



Hear the "Vox Humana" *■ top in Geo. Woods Co.'s Organs; it is 
baritone solo stop, not a mere fan or tremolo. 



90 MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 

Carriage Smiths, — continued 
Emery James & Co. rear 15 Austin, Charlestown 

GIFFORD G. & E. H. 217 Medford (see adv. 

dept. p. 196), 
DURANT T. & SON, North Chelmsford, Chelmsford 
Bean L. W. near depot, Concord 

McCOY E. P., Pawtucket square (see adv. dept. 

p. 42), Dracut 

FULLER DEXTER C. Groton 

Haynes & Wright, Holliston 

KETT J. W. (see adv. dept. p. 148), " 

DOUPRAY JOHN B. (see adv. dept p. 137), Hudson 
ABBOTT A. H. & J. H. 292 Middlesex (see adv. 

dept. p. 49), Lowell 

CHAMBERLIN & JOCKOW, Dutton st. (see 

adv. dept. p. 49), " 

Drew John, 22 Bridge, " 

GLOVER THOMAS P. & CO. 330 Middlesex 

(see adv dept. p. 42), " 

Hill George F. 136 Middlesex, " 

Hobart C. W. " 

ROSS & JEWETT, Willie, cor. Cross (see adv. 

dept. p. 12), " 

Swett William L., Pawtucket, near Falls, " 

McCOUBRY THOMAS, Main, cor. Essex (see 

adv. dept. p. 66), Melrose 

Read D. B. & Co. ' Natick 

Curry Robert, Newton 

Pulsifer J. Lower Falls, " 

BLUNT JOHN A. (see adv. dept. p. 218), Reading 
Totton R. C, Haven, near depot, " 

Boyce C. M., Pleasant, near Main, Stoneham 

ANDERSON BROTHERS, Main, near Bacon (see 

adv. dept. p. 103), Waltham 

McDonald Hugh, near Central House, " 

Ross John, Watertown 

Austin Milton S. Graniteville, Westford 

Jones Charles, Woburn 

POLLARD CHARLES P., opp. Central House 

(see adv. dept. p. 95), " 

Carriage Stock Manufacturers. 
Hill Brothers, 14, 16 and 18 Middlesex, Lowell 

Carriage Trimmers. 
CLARK WM. L. & CO., Arlington ave. (see adv. 

dept. p. 80), Arlington 

WHITMAN ZACHARIAH (see adv. dept. p. 

143), Ayer 

COGSWELL JAMES A. (see adv. dept. p. Ill), Brighton 



ROGERS' PLATED WARE, AT DODGE'S, 143 MAIN STREET, 
WOBURN. 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 91 



WHITE CHARLES, Washington street (see adv. 

dept. p. 108), Brighton 

FELT & COLLINS, 18 Cambridge (see adv. dept. 

p. 181), East Cambridge, Cambridge 

Tucker W. F., Bridge, near East, " " 

Howe Daniel K. 448 Main, Cambridgeport, " 

Blaisdell Albert, rear 15 Austin, Charlestown 

DICKSON JOSEPH, 71 Chapman, " 

HOLDEN GEO. H., Walden street, Concord 

Potter Daniel F., near depot, " 

Lawrence Lyman, Main, opp. depot, Lexington 

Butman S. L. 196 Middlesex, Lowell 

HARTSHORN A. P., Main, opp. Medford House 

(see adv. dept. p. 70), Medford 

NICHOLS GEORGE, Main street, near Bridge 

(see adv. dept. p. 69), " 

Fuller George, West Newton, Newton 

McCALL PATRICK, Haven, near depot (see adv. 

dept. p. 76), Reading 

Whitehead J. W., rear of Post Office, Stoneham 

HORGAN T. J., Mechanic, near Main (see adv. 

dept. p. 75), Wakefield 

ANDERSON BROTHERS, Main, near Bacon (see 

adv. dept. p. 103), Waltham 

TARBELL E. G., Galen, near Main (see adv. dept. 

p. 97), Watertown 

Leighton F. J. Woburn 

Cartridge Manufacturers. 
U. S. CARTRIDGE CO., D. W. C. Farrington, 

treas. (cartridges and fixed ammunition) (see 

advt. Miscellaneous Department), Lowell 

Carvers. 
DRISCOLL D. D. (wood) opp. Wamesit Steam 

Mills (see adv. dept. p. 20), Lowell 

Casket Manufacturers. 
TORSEY J. M. & CO., Mt. Vernon, near Broad- 
way (see adv. dept. p. 19), Lowell 
Castings. 
BRADFORD WILLIAM R., Washington, corner 

Myrtle (see adv. dept. p. 71), East Somerville, 

Somerville 

Cement Manufacturers. 
STARKWEATHER A. G. (rubber, leather and 

cloth), Merchants Row, Ayer 

Nudd Jacob, Cambridgeport, Cambridge 

Webster W. F. " " 

Clark Thomas S. (elastic), 550 Main, Charlestown 



Hear the ** Aeoline" Stop in Geo. Woods Co.'s Organs. It is a most 
beautiful soft or breathing-stop. 



92 MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 

Chair Manufacturers. 

COLEY THOMAS, 305 Medford, Charlestown 

Cullen William, 18 Charles River ave. " 

Newton William F. Hudson 

Shattuck William G. Weston 

Chalk and Crayon Manufacturers. 
Parmenter & Walker, Waltham 

Champagne Cider Manufacturers. 
HOLT & ADAMS (Adams') (see adv. dept. p. 124), 

North Chelmsford, Chelmsford 
BARROWS BROTHERS (see adv. dept. p. 148), 

Groton 
Leland Augustine, East Holliston, Holliston 

Charcoal Burners and Dealers. 
Aiken & Woodward, 26 Cambridge, 

East Cambridge, Cambridge 
Chaffee & Cummings, 103 Bridge, " " 

LIVINGTONWM.E. 9 Thorndike (see adv. dept. 

p. 11), Lowell 

Charts for Dress Makers. 
Hurd R. R. Mrs. 110 Central, Lowell 

Cheese Manufacturers. 
Hartwell & Osmer, Ayer 

Chemists, Manufacturing. 
MANES A. & CO. 23 Main (see adv. dept. p. 155), 

Cambridgeport, Cambridge 
Thayer Henry & Co. " " 

Henry Charles F. Framingham 

TAYLOR & BARKER (see adv. dept. p. 1), Lowell 

Cochrane A. & Co. Maiden 

Chemical Works. 
Boston Chemical Works, Cambridgeport, Cambridge 

MANES A. & CO. 23 Main (see adv. dept. p. 155), 

Cambridgeport, " 
Thayer Henry & Co. (medicinal extracts and 

chemicals), 150 Broadway, Cambridgeport, " 

Chaffee & Cummings (pyroligneous acid), 

East Cambridge, " 

Stowell John (manufacturer), 48 Main, Charlestown 

McAloon Arthur, Lowell 

TAYLOR & BARKER (see adv. dept. p. 1), " 

Cochrane Alexander & Co. Maiden 

Newton Chemical Co. Waltham 

Merrimac Chemical Co. North Woburn, Woburn 



The best place to buy your Watches and Jewelry is at Dodge's, 14-3 
Main Street, Woburn, 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 93 

Children's Clothing. 
Brown E. R. Mrs. 40 Centre, Lowell 

Chimney Caps. 
Bailey T. D. 241 Merrimac, Lowell 

CROSBY WARREN C. 203 Gorham (see advt. 

front colored), " 

Pettingell John, Mechanics Mills, " 

Chimney Tops. 
EDMANDS & CO. 41 Medford (see adv. dept. p. 

10), Charlestown 

Chromos, Engravings, etc. 
(See also Engravings, Picttires, etc.) 
DODGE FRANK B. 142 Main (see left-hand foot 

lines) , Woburn 

Church Finish. 
PAYSON & CUTLER (see adv. dept. p. 189), Holliston 

Church Furniture Manufacturer. 
WENTWORTH THOMAS B., Osborn's Mill (see 

adv. dept. p. 210), Cambridgeport, Cambridge 

Church Organ Manufacturers. 
STEVENS GEO. & CO. 32 Fifth (see adv. dept. 

p. 175), East Cambridge, Cambridge 

Cider Manufacturers. 
Barker Henry, South Acton, Acton 

Parker & Brothers, "West Acton, " 

Putnam Israel & Son, Chelmsford 

HOLT & ADAMS (Adams' Champagne Cider) 

(see adv. dept. p. 124), North Chelmsford, " 
BARROWS BROTHERS (see adv. dept. p. 148),Groton 
Hayes J. Holliston 

KETT J. W. 

Leland Augustine, East Holliston, " 

Whiting Harrison, " " 

Eames Edward A. Hopkinton 

Howe S. W. " 

Goodnow John, Hudson 

Greenwood Hiram, Marlborough 

Goulding Parmenter, South Natick, Natick 

Holbrook Jonathan & Sons, Sherborn 

Salisbury James C. " 

Cigar Box Manufacturer. 
PROCTOR CHARLES (see adv. dept. p. 124), 

Chelmsford 



Hear the " Piano" Stop In Geo. Woods Co.'s Organs. It is a piano of 
exquisite quality of tone which will never require tuning. 



94 MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 

Cigar Dealer (Wholesale). 
LYNCH P. 41 Market (see adv. dept. p. 7), Lowell 

Cigars, Tobacco, Pipes, etc 
(6'ee dso Cigar Manufacturers.) 
Drake W. D., Merchants Row, Ayer 

ELLIOT GEO. H. 8 Brighton (see adv. dept. p. 

164), Cambridge 

Whitten John W. 458 Harvard, " 

Busnach M. S. 576 Main, Canibridgeport, " 

LeFrancis P. 527 Main, " " 

Phillips J. S. 599 Main, " « 

Robertson James, jr. 2U5 Cambridge, 

East Cambridge, " 
Valle Jose, Cambridge, cor. Eighth, " u 

Bull Sidney A. Carlisle 

Huntington Thomas, 572 Main, Charlestown 

Jnnio Joseph, 121 Main, " 

Junio M. 254 Main, " 

McElroy E. J. 8 City square, " 

McTAGUE B. J. 44 Main (see adv. dept. p. 208), »« 
Nelson Abraham, 23 City square, " 

PHILLIPS WILLIAM, 33 Vine (see advt. p. 21) 

front), " 

Turnbull M. 22 Decatur, «* 

Wade H. M. 13 Main, " 

Weiss Nathan, 63 Main, " 

Leary Timothy, Dracut 

Andrews Theodore, Holliston 

COCHRAN & WHITMAN, Brigham's block (see 

adv. dept. p. 126), Hudson 

Sawyer J. H. " 

Calderwood Wm. 25 Merrimac, Lowell 

CARR FRANK, 105 Middlesex, 
CARTER H. A., School, cor. Pawtucket, " 

Cheney Charles W. 5 Middle, " 

Church Waldo B. 8 Mechanic, " 

COPELAND C. C. 139 Middlesex, 
Custy F. C. 55 Gorham, 

EMERSON D. G. 348 Merrimac, " 

FLOOD B. H. 48 Dutton (see adv. dept. p. 30), " 

HALL L. B. 114 Middlesex, 

HALL & TRANK, 143 Middlesex, " 

Harvey Samuel B. 47 Merrimac, " 

Hoar Michael, Dutton, cor. Market, " 

McDonough J H. 73 J- Charles, " 

McSorley Patrick, 4 Bridge, " 

Meehan B. F. 17^ Merrimac, " 

MORT JAMES W. 77 Central, 



When you are in Wobnrn, call in at Dodge's and take a look at his 
Stock of Watches, Silver Ware, &c, 142 Main Street. 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 95 

Murphy Michael, 51 Dutton, Lowell 

Noyes Henry H. 139 Central, « 

Patrick S. C. 34 Merrimac, *« 

Sullivan Wm. 26 Gorham, " 

Waldo Alman, 133 Middlesex, « 

Worden Charles H. 159 Middlesex, »« 

Atkins J. L. 4 Main, Maiden 
Bliss C. L., Boyd's block, Marlborough 

Whitney J. H. Med ford 
HASTINGS A. T., West Central st. (see adv, 

dept. p. 119), Natick 

Hyde H. N., Hyde's block, Newton 
WILLIAMS A. opp. depot 

216), 
Ingraham G. H. 
Jackson W. A. 

Everton E. L , Union sq. Somerville 
HALL GEORGE, 2 Dow's block (see adv. dept. p. 

73), Stoneham 

Whittaker James, 73 Main, " 

Aborn Geo. W. opp. B. & M. depot, Wakefield 

Butler A., jr. . " 

Beatty J., Main, cor. Church, Waltham 

Fisher Joseph, 391 Main, »« 

Larkin T. F. 4 Central block, « 

Wright J. B. 2 Rnmford building, « 

Claflin Rodman T. Watertown 

Dewhurst William, 172 Main, Woburn 

Jayne Frank C, Pleasant, opp. Warren, " 

Porter H. 129 Main, « 
SYKES JOSEPH, 262 Main (see adv. dept. p. 85), " 



(see adv. dept. p. 
Newtonville, 
West Newton, 



Cigar Manufacturers. 
Baxter Isaac, Arlington 

BUSNACH MICHAEL S. 576 Main, 

Cambridgeport, Cambridge 
Clark B. P. & Co. " 

Cohen Abraham, 519 Main, " *« 

Dailey Chas. B. 539 Main, " " 

Gulheim Frederick, 165 Broadway, " " 

Hart Abram, 63 Brookline, » « 

Howlett William, 539 Main, " " 

Joseph J. " " 

LeFrancis Peter, 527 Main, " » 

Phillips J. S. 599 Main, « » 

Puller E A. 4 Eaton, " " 

Pummell Philip, 1 Eaton, " « 

Wells James H. 458 Main, " » 

Witham Thomas, 337 Main, " « 



See the beautiful new styles of cases in GEORGE WOODS CO.'S 
Organs. 



96 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



continued. 

East Cambridge, Cambridge 



Charlestown 



East, Holliston, Holliston 
Lowell 



East Medford, 



Cigar Manufacturers, - 
Best A. S. 

Foster Wm. T. 96 Third, 
Robertson Jas., jr. 205 Cambridge, 
Valle Jose, Cambridge, cor. Eighth, 
Gillett O. L. 21 City sq. 
Huntington T. 572 Main, 
Isaacs Solomon, 59 Tufts, 
Junio Joseph, 5 Chelsea, 
PHILLIPS WILLIAM, 33 Vine (see advt. p. 21 

front), 
Wheeler Lewis G. 
Ekenstein L. B. 
Calderwood Wm. 25 Merrimac, 
Custy F. C. 55 Gorbam, 
EMERSON DAVID G. 348 Merrimac, 
Emerson Wm. R. 144 Jackson, 
Flood P. H. 90 Market, 
MORT J. W. 77 Central, 
Patrick S. C. 34 Merrimac, 
Bliss Linus, 

Whitney J. H., Medford sq. 
Keyon N. B. 
Everton E. L, Union sq. 
Claflin R. F., Main, opp. Post-Office, 
Pendlebury T. H. 
Crehan Ellen, 
McMahon Ellen, 
Sykes Joseph, 262 Main, 

Circulating Libraries. 
Pollard Uriah A. 
Sever Charles W. 464 Harvard, 
French George E. 588 Main, Cambridgeport, 
Hunt E. F. & Co. 575 Main, " 

Lull F. A. 447 Main, " " 

Blake Edward W, 91 Cambridge, East Cambridge, " 
FOBES HORACE, North Cambridge, 

Bowers S. M. 366 £ Main, Charlestown 

Shattuck Misses, 106 Main, " 

Whitcomb Henry L. Concord 

Winchester I. T. & Son, Masonic building, Everett 

Moulton M. L. Miss, Framingham 

Bemis C. W. Holliston 

Ekenstein L. B. East Holliston, " 

COGGESHALL & SON, 40 Merrimac (see advt. 

back colored), Lowell 

Tufts J. W. Medford 

Edson P., Main, cor. Essex, Melrose 

Cate L. W. S. Auburndale, Newton 



Marlborough 
Medford 

Somerville 

Watertown 

Way land 

Woburn 



Ashland 
Cambridge 



Frank B. Dodge, Watchmaker, 14:3 Main Street, Woburn. Watches 
Repaired. 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY-. 97 

Wooley George, Main, cor. Church, Waltham 

McLaughlin Chas. A., Main, opp. Galen, Watertown 

Fosdick & Buss, Woburn 

Cisterns, Tanks, etc. 

(See also Coopers.) 

Pettingell John (wood), Mechanics' Mills, Lowell 

Civil Engineers and Surveyors. 

HOVEY HORACE C. Aver 

BARBOUR W. S. & A. HODGES, 563 Main, 

Cainbridgeport, Cambridge 
Chase J G., Hyde's block, " 

Mason W. A. 603 Main, " " 

Ames T. E. 25 City square, Charlestown 

Doane T. & J. 21 City square, " 

PEARSON CHARLES A. 25 City square (see advt. 

p. 24, front), « 

RAWSON & WOOD, Hudson 

Baker Richard VV. Lowell 

Evans George E. 39 Merrimac, " 

Osgood William F. 65 Butterfield, » 

Page Fred R., American House, office, Church, cor. 

Warren, " 

Hardy & Kimball, Maiden 

SARGENT A. F. & N. N., Salem, cor. Ferry, 
GOODWIN J. O., Usher's building, High street 

(see adv. dept. p. 68), Med ford 

Tucker Frank C. Natick 

Wright W. W. 

DAVIS SETH, Auburndale, Newton 

Fuller & Whitney, West Newton, " 

CAYFORD & HALE, Union square (see advt. p. 

18, front), Somerville 

Elliott CD., Union square, " 

Frost Brothers, Union square, " 

Curtis Joseph H. 2 Central block, Wakefield 

CARTER JOHN R. 168 Main (see adv. dept. p. 

91), Woburn 

IIAR TSIIORNE G. F. 159 Main (see adv. dept. p. 

96), 
Thompson S. F. 205 Main, " 

Claim Agents. 

Prescott Abel, Ayer 

Joslin James T. Hudson 

Blaisdell C. R , Central block, Lowell 

Frye John F. " 



A -visit to t Jie wareronm* anil factory ofUw. Woods Co.. Gil Main st. 
Cumbiitlgei>ort, will amply repay all Interested in music. 



98 MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 


Clergymen. 






Abbreviations. — B signifies Baptist; 


C. 


B., Calvinist Bap- 


tist; Ch., Christian; C. T., Congregational 


Trinitarian; C. U., 


Congregational Unitarian; E., Episcopal 


; F 


B., Freewill Bap- 


tist; M., Methodist; M. E., Methodist Episcopal; N. J., New 


Jerusalem; Pres., Presbyterian; R. C, Roman Catholic; S. A., 


Second Advent ; Swed., Swedenborgian ; 


Uv 


., Universalist. 


Wood F. P. (C. T.), 




Acton 


Davey William K. (B.), 


West Acton, " 


Cady Daniel R. (C. T.), 




Arlington 


Cutler Geo. W. (C. U.), 




« 


Finatti Joseph M. (R. C), 




u 


Harris Amos (C. B.), 




U 


Ryder William H (Uv.), 




a 


Bacon James M. (C. T.), 




Ashby 


Shaw George S. (C. U.), 




u 


Crowell L., 




Ashland 


Cutter M. M. (C. T.), 




" 


Hamilton A. 0. (M.), 




« 


Baratta N. J. (R. C), 




Ayer 


Burlingham E. (M. E.), 




" 


Chick J M. (B ), 




" 


Fairbanks J. F. (C. T.), 




t< 


Haradon J. S. (B.), 




u 


Nightingale Crawford (C. U.), 




" 


Chase Edward (C. T.), 




Bedford 


Butler Daniel R. (C. T.), 




Belmont 


Smith Amos (C. U.), 




" 


Turner J. W. (C. T.), 




« 


Fletcher Clifton (B.), 




Billerica 


Hussev C. C. (C. U ), 




« 


Colby , (B.), North Billerica, 


McClenning Daniel (C. T.), 




Boxborough 


Galvin E. J. (Uv.), 




Brighton 


Holbrook C. A. (E.), 




" 


Packard D. T. (C. U.), 




" 


Rogers P. J. (R. C), 




C( 


Tower F. E. (B.), 




(I 


Wilson J. B. (Uv.), 




u 


Hudson Alfred S. (C.T.), 




Burhngton 


Abbott Edward' (C. T.), 




Cambridge 


Allen A. V (E.), 




" 


Atkinson Kinsman, 




« 


Briggs Geo. W. (C. U.), 




« 


Bui lard Asa, 




" 


Cushing C, 




(< 


Dougherty M. P. (R. C), 




u 


Everett Oliver C, 




cc 


UanksS. W. (C. T.), 




ti 





Buy your Goods at Home. S«ve time and Mo»« y by calling at Dodge's, 
142 Main Street. Wo burn. 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 


99 


Haskins David G., 




Cambridge 


Hoppin Nicholas (E.), 




" 


Howe William (B.), 




" 


McKenzie Alexander (C. T. 


), 


(i 


Newell William (C. U.), 




u 


O'Dougherty James (R. C), 




" 


Peabody Andrew P. (C. U.) 




" 


Warland William, 




" 


Donahue J. W. (R. C.), 


East Cambridge, 


l( 


Ellis Sumner R. (Uv.), 


t< 


« 


Graham William, 


u 


a 


McDaniel S. W. (C.U.), 


(( 


it 


O'Brien John, (R. C), 


« 


it 


Ray W. P. (M. E.), 


it 


" 


Shinnick W. (R. C), 


" 


" 


Townley J. C. (B.), 


a 


» 


Wood Pliny (M. E.), 


" 


" 


Allen Joseph H. 


No. Cambridge, 


(C 


Apsey W. S. (B.), 


tt 


« 


Beaman Charles C. 


" 


" 


Croswell Andrew (E,), 


" 


" 


Foxcroft Francis C. 


u 


" 


Francis Eben, 


« 


" 


Fultz William H. 


« 


" 


Hodges Richard M. 


a 


« 


Holland Frederick W. 


it 


" 


Mears David 0. (C. T.), 


« 


<« 


Marsters John M. (C. U.), 


(< 


it 


Murdock J. N. 


« 


'<■ 


Potter Dexter, 


a 


tt 


Start William A. ' 


« 


« 


Wightman J. C. (B.), 


<( 


it 


Bowles Benjamin F. (Uv.), 


Cambridgeport, 


" 


Brosnahan T. (R. C), 


" 


n 


Brown John (C. T.), 


" 


it 


Chase Edwin B. (E.), 


u 


tt 


Hinckley N. (B.), 


" 


u 


Howe William (B.), 


<t 


« 


Karr William S. (C. T.), 


«( 


it 


Knapp W. H. 


u 


tt 


Leavitt Geo. R. (C. T.), 


u 


it i 


McKeon Andrew (M. E.), 


It 


t. 

m 


Pevear H. K. (B.), 


« 


tt 


Perkins H. R. 


(I 


a 


Ray W. P. (M. E.), 


(C 


tt 


Russell Edward G. 


M 


tt 


Scully Thomas R. (R. C), 


" 


" 


Williams Jenkins, 


u 


4< 


Haskell , (M.), 




Carlis 1 





Geo. Woods Co.'s Parlor and Vestry Organs are not equalled for 
purity and brilliancy of tone. 



100 MIDDLESEX COUNTY 


DIRECTORY. 




Clergymen — continued. 








Patten Moses (C. T.), 






Carlisle 


Ford F. F. (C. T.), 






Charlestown 


Gardner Geo. W. (B.) 






k 


Hamilton Geo. A. (R. C), 






" 


Lambert T. R. (E.), 






« 


Parker Addison (B ), 






tt 


Stowe William (Uv.), 






« 


Supple Michael J. (R. C), 






(f 


Bowcn D.V. (C. U.), 






Chelmsford 


Clark B. F. (C. T.), 


No. 


Chelmsford, 


« 


O'Brine John (R. C.), 




« 


u 


Phillips D.W. (C. T.), 




" 


(i 


Allen Geo. II. (CB.j, 


South Chelmsford, 


Miller F. (M.), 


West Chelmsford 


• 


Grout II. (C.T), 






Concord 


O'Brien John (R. C), 






tt 


Reynolds Grindall (C. U.), 






it 


Boardman Joseph (C. T.), 






Dracut 


NasonElias (C.T), 






« 


Rockwell Charles (C. T.), 






Dunstable 


Bryant Albert F. (C.T.), 






Everett 


Ryder L. (Uv.), 






" 


Smith W. B. (B.), 






M 


Virgin E. W. (M. E.), 






" 


Carey S. C. (M ), 






Framingham 


Eastman L. R. (C.T.), 






it 


Kendall , (C. U.), 






" 


Kidder Joseph (E.), 






" 


Spaulding H. G. (C. U.), 






" 


Stone E. L. (C. U.), 




* 


it 


Temple J. II. (C T.), 






" 


Upborn W. P. (B ), 






tt 


Carv Seth E (M. E.), 


South Framing 


aam, " 


Filmer T. T. (B.), 




(t 


" 


Biainan W. D 




Saxonville, " 


George F..T. (M ), 




u 


it 


Jones Charles (C. T.), 




(1 


u 


Rossi A. J. (R C ), 




" 


11 


Aldrieh J.K. (C. T„). 






Grot on 


A\er Oliver (B.), 






" 


Babcocjk Ji M. L. (C. U.) 

FuiverFranklin (M. E.), 






tt 






Ilolliston 


Johnson R. G. (B), 






tt 


Kelly Henry S. (C. T.), 






u 


Mudge B. A. (M E ), 






" 


Qninlan R. J (R. C ), 






tt 


Bigelow J. P. (M.), 






Hopkinton 


Cullen I. S. 






" 



Silver War*: and Jewelry manufactured to order, at Dodge's, 14» 
Main Street, Wvburu. 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY 


DIRECTORY. 101 


Haimaford C. H. (M. E.), 


Hopkinton 


Lie Georae (C. T.), 


" 


Ryan John (R. C), 


" 


Checks J. M. (M.), 


Woodville, " 


Gay H. G. (B.), 


Hudson 


Hayward Win. S. (C. XL), 


" 


Haywood A. S. (Uv.), 


« 


Ventres W. S. H. (B.), 


« 


Vinton P.M. (M.E.), 


« 


Porter E. G. (C. T.), 


Lexington 


PryorT.H. (B.), 


'" 


Wescott Henry (C. U.), 


u 


Richardson Henry J. (C. T.), 


Lincoln 


Cooley E. H. (C. T.), 


Littleton 


Priest S. R. (C. U.), 


" 


Sperry B. N. (B.), 


•' 


Baker Smith, jr. (C. T.), 


Lowell 


Barrows C. D. (C. T.), 


« 


Blanchard Henry (C. U.), 


i« 


Burke George (R. C), 


« 


Cruden Peter (R. C), 


« 


Dame J. E. (F. B.), • 


" 


Dorchester Daniel (M. E.), 


" 


DuganneJ. E. (C. U.), 


" 


Edson Theodore (E.), 


« 


Ela D. H. (M. E.), 


" 


Flanders G T. (Uv.), 


« 


Foster Eben B. (C. T.), 


« 


Garin Andrew (R. C), 


i< 


Greene J. M. (C.T.), 


(i 


Guillard Joseph (R. C), 


(< 


Hackell W. G. (Uv.), 


tt 


Mallory N. C. (B.), 


u 


McCallM. (R. C), 


(I 


Miller D. H. (B.), 


« 


O'Brien John (R. C ), 


u 


Robert Daniel C. (E.), 


u 


Smith T. B. (M. E.), 


u 


Street Owen (C. T.), 


u 


Warren Geo. F. (B.), 


tl 


Wood Horatio, 


u 


Bell W. S. (Uv.), 


Maiden 


Greenwood Thomas J. (Uv.), 


t( 


Huntington G. P. (E.), 


(( ' 


Jones J. J. (M. E.), 


a 


Mars J. N. (M. E.), 


a 


Sherman David (M. E.), 


" 


Wilbor E. (M.), 


Maplewooti, " 


Bonhoe J. T. 


Marlborough 



Geo. Wool* Co.N Com >lu ttir>u Solo Stops are remarkable foi the 
beauty aud variety of the musical effects of which they are capable. 



102 MIDDLESEX COUNTY 


DIRECTORY. 


Clergymen — continued. 




Bridge W. D. 


Marlborough 


Delahanty John (R. C), 


" 


Lepine Octave (R. C), 


" 


McKenua P. A. (R. C), 


« 


Treat Charles R. (C. T.), 


*' 


Wiggin James H. (C. XL), 


" 


Brosnahan Timothy- (R. C.), 


Maynard 


Day John S. (M.), 


u 


Huntress Edward (C. T.), 


" 


Ambler R. P. (Uv.), 


Medford 


Cobb Solon (C. T.), 


C( 


De Long Henry C. (C. U.)> 


(C 


Gleason Thomas (R. C.)» 


" 


Hutchins Charles L. (E.), 


a 


McCollom James T. (C. T.), 


(< 


Richardson J. D. (B.), 


if 


Wagner Francis J. (M. E.), 


K 


Bale A. GL (C. T.), 


Melrose 


Barrelle A. (B.), 


(c 


Emery J. N. (Uv.), 


" 


Wingate Charles (E.), 


" 


Wright Moses E. (M. E.), 


a 


Best Edward (M. E.), 


Natick 


Fisher Frederick S. (E.), 


(C 


Peloubet Francis N. (C. T.), 


" 


Reynolds A. E. (B.), 


C( 


Welch John 0. (R. C), 


" 


Aker Horatio (C. U.), 


South Natick, " 


Hosmer S. D. (C. T.), 


« u 


Fay Eli (C. U.), 


Newton 


Jenckes Josephs. (E.), 


ic 


Jones Sylvester F. (M. E), 


u 


Sampson T. S. (B.), 


t( 


Wellman Joshua W. (C. T.), 


a 


Cushing Charles W. (M. E.), 


Auburndale, u 


Cutler Calvin (C. T.), 


M (I 


Winslow E. D. (M. E.), 


(C U 


Danforth J. R. (C. T.), 


Newtonville, " 


Lowry Samuel E. (C. T.), 


(( a 


Woods F. (M. E.), 


(C (( 


Worcester John (Swed.), 


IC L( 


Clark Wm. N. (B.), 


Newton Centre, " 


Furber D. L. (C. T.), 


u u 


BaylesA. (M.), 


Lower Falls, " 


Putnam Richard (E.), 


u cc 


Dolan P. (R. C), 


Upper Falls, " 


Richardson W. C. (B.), 


« " 


Tolman W. B. (M. E.), 


u a 



Fi ank B. Hedge, "Watches, JeTveJry, Silver "Ware, Setving Machines, 
Musical Insti nnteiils, Fancy Goods, &c, U.'-i Main Street, Woburn. 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



103 



Battles A. (C. U.), 
Lisle William (B.), 
Patrick Henry J. (R. C.), 
Kingsbury J. W. (C. T.), 
Myers Charles F. (B.), 
Babbidge Charles (C. U.), 
Baird A. W. (M.), 
Herrick S. R. (B.), 
Jewett J. E. B. (C. T.), 
Parker Horace (C. T.), 
Barrows Williams (C. T.), 
Gardner A. S. (Pres.), 
Gardner J. (C. T.), 
Hill Luther D. (B.), 
Short John N. (M. E.), 
Wilcox William H. (C. T.) 
Brown William (C. U.) 
Dowse Edmund (C. T.), 
Chandler Seth (C. U.), 
Lounsbury H. A. (C. T.), 
Twist J. J. (Uv.), 
Watrous E. H. (B ), 
Barber H. H. (C. U.), 
Colburn W. 
Durell Geo. W. (E.), 
Gerry E. J. 
Green J. H. 
Hamilton J. W. (M.), 
Lacount Wm. F. 
Marcy Ichabod, 
McGrath C. T. 
O'Brien Thomas, 
Page William, 
Preble T. H. 
Buss Benj. K. (Uv.), 
Smith Charles M. 
TrueE. H. (C.T.), 
Hamilton J. Benson (M.), 
Miller H. J. (B.) 
Hubbell William (C.T.), 
Pearson W. H. (C. T.), 
Collier L. S. (M. E.), 
Collyer I. J. P. (M. E.), 
Fairchild E. B. (C. U.), 
Fitzpatrick W. H. (R. C), 
Hazlewood W. (C. T.), 
Hovey Arthur J. (B.) 
Hovey J. (B.), 
Fuller R. W. (C. T.), 



West Newton, Newton 

« (C 

M tC 

North Reading 
Pepperell 



Reading 

u 

Sherborn 

t< 

Shirley 

K 

Somerville 



East Somerville, 
North Somerville, 



Stoneham 



Stow 



The cases of Geo. Woods Co.'s Organs are of the most beautiful and 
graceful designs. 



104 MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 


Clergymen, — continued. 




Muzzy D. P. (C. U.), 


Stow 


Soule Nathan A. (M. E.), 


Rock Bottom, " 


Thurston Philander (C. T.), 


Sudbury 


Wilkie Walter (M. E.), 


u 


Willard W. A. P. 


It 


French Samuel F. 


Tewksbury 


Burlingham Erastus (M. E.), 


Townsend Centre, 




Townsend 


Morse G. H. (C. T.), 


(( u 


Clark C.C. (Uv.), 


West Townsend, " 


Upham W. P. (B.), 


t< (( 


Hodgdon N. C. (C. U.), 


Tyngsborough 


Richardson N. (Evangelical) 


« 


Smith John S. (C. U.), 


" 


Bliss Charles R. (C T.), 


Wakefleld 


Chapman M. B. (M.E.), 


« 


Fitzpatrick W. H. (R. C), 


« 


Nott R. M. (B), 


« 


Potter W. F. (Uv.), 


u 


Slack S. R. (E.), 


tw 


Thurston L. 


u 


Barrows W.(B.), 


Waltham 


FalesT. F. (E.), 


a 


Flood Bernard (R. C), 


" 


McCauley Clay (C. U.), 


« 


Strong E. E. (C. T.), 


" 


Wagner Jesse (M. E.) 


« 


Abbott Granville S. (B.), 


Watertown 


Bell James M. (C. T.), 


(c 


Bixby James T. (C. U.), 


(C 


Fellows Nathaniel (M. E.), 


fci 


Green M. M. (R. C), 


»( 


McCarthy John (R.C.), 


i( 


Stack Robert (R. C), 


u 


Wilson Edwin P. (C. T.), 


« 


Robbins S D. (C. U.), 


Wayland 


Wright J. B. (C. U.), 


u 


Lewis J. W. (M. E.), 


Cochituate, " 


Cram W. H. (C. U.), 


Westford 


Hamilton H. H. (C.T.), 


(< 


Hodgman Edwin R. (C. T.), 


tt 


Luce Leonard (C. T.), 


« 


Fiske N. B. (M. E.), 


Graniteville, " 


Benson A. F. (B ), 


Weston 


Meredith W. H. (M.), 


(< 


Sears E. H. (C. U.), 


t< 


Robie Benjamin A, (C. T.), 


Wilmington 


Barrett Luther G. (B), 


Winchester 



Dodge, Watchmaker, 14« Itlain Street, Wohurii. tVnicIieg 
Repaired. 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 105 

Bissell Edwin C. (C. T ), Winchester 

Mctcalf Richard (C. U.), " 

Allen Gr P. (E.), Wobnrn 
Barnes Wm. S. (C.U.), 
Hamblinton W. J. (M. E.), 
Kesley H. S. (C T.), 

McClure E. C. (R. C.), <l 

Qualey John (R. C), " 

Townley H. C. (B ), " 

Young Wm. M. (B.), " 
Thompson Leander (C. T.), North Woburn, " 

Cloak Makers. 

(See also Dressmakers.) 

Alden Edward, 130 Cambridge, 

East Cambridge, Cambridge 
Bartlett Brothers, 1 and 3 Main, Charlestown' 

Clouse E J. 61 Main, " 

Jacobs M. 449 Main, " 

O'Sullivan M. E. Miss, Howe's block, Newton 

Mack P., Union square, Somerville 

Smith F. " 

Sturtevant L. A. Miss, Union square, " 

Page & Orr, Misses, Higgins' block, 

East Somerville, " 

Clocks. 

(See also Jewelry.) 

Bryant F. S. 121 Cambridge, East Cambridge, Cambridge 
Flaig Simon, 162 Cambridge, '* " 

Libbey Isaac H., Maiden lane, Lowell 

McHugh Jam^s, 55 Market, " 

RICHARDSON F. L. 108 Central (see advt. opp. 

Jewelry, Watches, etc.), " 

Cloth Printers. 

Locke Wm. II. & Co. Arlington 

Lexington Print Works, Barr & King, proprietors 

(woollen), Burlington 

Clothes Cleaners. 
Ford John, Arlington 

Levy Abram. 11 Brattle, Cambridge 

SHEA DENNIS J. 18 Brighton (see adv. dept. p. 

174), « 

O'Connell Isaac, Haymarket square, 

Cambridgeport, " 

Phillips A. W. 453 Main, " " 



Geo. Woods Co.'s Organs are constructed in the most thorough and 
perfect maimer. 



106 MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



Clothes Cleaners, continued. 
Carey James, 39 Bunker Hill, Charlestown 

Doyle J. 502 Main, " 

Lew J. A. 122 Chelsea, " 

Mahoney Charles H. 6 Winthrop, " 

Murray George H. 7 Park, " 

Jackson D. A. 218 Merrimac, Lowell 

Lansing David M. 47 Prescott, " 

STEWART D. H. 140 Market (see adv. dept. p. 

54), 
Applevard Charles, Maiden 

King t., Abbott's block, " 

JACKSON JAMES H. 2 Leach's block (see adv. 

clept. p. 119), Natick 

CHURCHILL J. 149 and 150 Main (see adv. dept. 

p. 90), Woburn 

Clothes Dryers. 

MOULTON HENRY & CO. (revolving), Gore, 
near Sixth (see adv. clept. p. 177), 

East Cambridge, Cambridge 
SMART D. C. 382 Main (see adv. dept. p. 168), 

Cambriclgeport, " 

BISHOP H. R. & CO. (revolving), Broadway, opp. 
Nunnery Grounds (see adv. dept. p. 72), 

East Somerville, Somerville 

Clothes Wringer Manufacturers. 

Eureka Clothes Wringer Co., T. J. Alexander, Waltham 

Clothing Dealers. 

(See also Tailors.) 

Tuttle, Jones & Wetherbee, South Acton, Acton 

Osgood S. W. & Co. West Acton, " 

Richardson M. A. & Co. Arlington 

Woodbury S. F. Ashland 

Bartlett R. T. Ayer 

Day G. G. & Co., Merchants row, " 

Tenney J. C. 4 Page's block, " 

Baxter & Sanborn, opp. Cattle Fair Hotel, Brighton 

Wyeth A. A. 10 Harvard row, Cambridge 

Douglas R. & Son, 523 Main, Cambriclgeport, " 

Fuller G. C. W. 561 Main, " kt 

Levy Abraham, 11 Brattle, " 

Roaf Robert N. 580 Main, " " 

Bull Sidney A. Carlisle 

Klous Louis, 10 and 11 Waverley block, Charlestown 

Packerman B. 88 Main, " 

Reinstein Oscar, 43 Main, " 



Frank B. Dodge, Optician, 143 Alain Street, Woburn, dealer in Spec- 
tacles and Eyeglasses. 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 107 

Stewart R. S. Concord 

Tuttle Frank, " 

Frost S. K. & Co. South Framingham, Frarningham 

Thomson Benj. Saxonville, " 

DANIELS TIMOTHY (see adv. dept. p. 188), 

Hdlliston 
Fiske James F. " 

Wbiting E. F. " 

La Forme & Co., Main, cor. Cedar, Hopkinton 

AMSDEN & HALL, Trowbridge's block (see adv. 

dept. p. 134), Hudson 

Ring Sanford B., Main, cor. Pope, " 

WHITNEY H. W., Main, cor. Felton (see adv. 

dept. p. 125), " 

Rich E. P. Lexington 

Barnes E. R. Mrs. 40 Central, Lowell 

Bowers A. E. 33 Central, " . 

Gage & Marshall, 1 Central block, Central, " 

Halberstad Leonard & Co. 23 Market, " 

Hirshfield Herman, 20 Central, " 

Hodgman B. 38 Central, " 

Huse H. E. 4 Canal block, " 

Kileski Henry & Co. 30 Central, " 

Kimball C. H. 2 Central block, " 

Kurtz Fanny Mrs. & Co. (second hand), 113 

Middlesex, " 

Lederer B. & Co. 128 Central, " 

McCabe Mary (secondhand), 37 Market, " 

Putnam & Son, 96 to 100 Central, " 

Quinn John, 54 Central, " 

Reinstein Simon, 20 Merrimac, " 

RICHARDSON A. B. 57 Central, " 

STEWART D. H. (secondhand), 140 Market (see 

adv. dept. p. 54), " 

Webber T. C. 50 Central, 

Wheeler Joseph A. 174 Merrimac, " 

White Josiah W. 3 Central, '« 

Wiggins Dudley, 33 Merrimac, " 

Woodward Alfred G. 30 Merrimac, " 

Andrews T. H. Marlborough 

Chesbro Geo. L. 1 Central block, " 

Hutchins F. B., Hutchins' block, " 

Johnson J. R. 11 Boyd's block, " 

Lewis Simon, Fulton block, " 

Witherbee Nahum, " 

Deignan James, 4 Leach's block, Natick 

Edgevton L R. " 

Randall R. H. & Co. 14 Union Block, " 

Edwards Wm. & Co South Natick, " 



Vox Humana" Stop in Geo. Woods Co.'s Organs; it is 
baritone solo stop, not a mere fan or tremolo. 



108 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



Clothing Dealers, — continued, 
NORRIS J. T. 5 Sirnes' block (see adv. dept. p. 

77), Reading 

Sanderson Lowell W. Shirley 

Hodgkin Charles, Union square, Sornerville 

BERRY JOHN F. next to Post-office, Stoneham 

Jennings Went worth, 4 Dow's block, " 

Latham A. M. " 

• Flagg E. A. Townsend Centre, Townsend 

CATE JOHN M., Main, cor. Center (see advt. 

p 5, front), Wakefield 

Pinkham H. P. " 

Teed H. B. & Co. " 

Appell Adolph, 361 Main, Waltham 

Bamber Asher, 2 Eagle block, " 

Delaney James, 407 Main, " 

Frye & Marsh, 4 Rnmford building, " 

MoMASTER A., Post-office building, Watertown 

Rogers A. B. " 

CREHAN P. 225 and 227 Main, Woburn 

GRANT A. 1C9 Main (see adv. dept. p. 90), " 

HAMMOND J. W. 181 Main, " 

Wheelock & Son, 185 Main, " 

Tyler J. P. North Woburn, " 

Clothing Manufacturers. 
Prager, Bock & Co., Waverley block, Charlestown 

Chase & Sargent, 5 Central, , Lowell 

Worcester Leonard, Stott's block, Middlesex st. " 

Parker J. H. Natick 

Farnsworth F. H. rear Townsend's block, Waltham 

Tyler J. P. North Woburn, Woburn 

Coal Tar and. Pitch. 

A. T. 120 Central (see adv. dept. 

Lowell 

Coal and Wood. 



SMITH E. A. 
p. 24), 



(See also Charcoal; also Wood.) 

Wetherbee Daniel, 

Harrington Charles A. 

Parker Edwin C. 

PE1RCE J. WINSLOW, Centre 

dept. p. 80), 
Greenwood Abner & Son, 
Morse Ezra, 
Prescott Abel & Co. 
ROLFE HENRY C. (see adv. dept. p. 140) 
Peirce J. W. 



Acton 
South Acton, " 
West Acton, " 
depot (see adv. 

Arlington 
Ashland 
tc 

Ayer 



Belmont 



Dodge, 143 Main Street. Wobnrn. 
Repaired in the best ma 



Watches and Jewelry 
manner. 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 109 

Cushman & Loveland, Brighton Corner, Brighton 

Maynarcl & Potter, " 

Cousens Bros. Longwoorl, " 

Hubbard Appleton, Cambridge 

Richardson William T. " 
BARTON & AVERILL, Hampshire, cor. Colum- 
bia (see adv. dept. p. 153), 

Cambridgeport, " 

Hatten Henry, 381 Main, " " 

Holmes & Rugg, 166 River, " " 

Luke &Bent, 168 Main, " « 

Marsden James, 395 Main, " " 

Norris Wm. A. 443 Main, " « 

Preston B. F. 400 Cambridge, " " 

SHAW J. B. & CO. junc. Broadway and Main 

(see adv. dept. p. 156), Cambridgeport, " 

Smith Martin L. 180 Main, " " 

Turner James, 97 Main, " " 

BRINE & CLARK, Bridge, foot of Third. 

East Cambridge, " 

Brooks Wm C. & Co. 221 Bridge, " 
WELLINGTON HORATIO & CO., Craigie's 

bridge (see adv. dept. p. 175), East Cambridge, " 
WYMAN WILLIAM, 84 bridge (see adv. dept. p. 

176), East Cambridge, " 

Barry Jotham & Co., Maiden Bridge, Charlestown 

Burns E. A. 311 Medford, " 

Carlton Alfred, Monumental avenue, cor. Warren, " 

DeCosta & Sawyer, 9 City sq. " 

FALL S. H. & G. 197 Medford, « 

Fitz & Todd, 30 Warren avenue, " 

Hadley Walter M. & Co. 541 Main, " 

Harris Wm. PI. 79 Austin, " 

Keyes Edmund & Son, 109 Medford, " 

Knight S. & E. 99 Water, « 

Ladd & Brown, 226 Main, " 

Fiescott George, 143 Bunker Hill, " 

Stearns J. & Co 512 Main, " 
WELLINGTON & HUN NEWELL, Charles River 

avc. (see adv. dept. p. 195), " 
Wild C. D. 

Winslow, Stewart & Co. 65 Medford, " 
Williams S. & G. 267 Medford, 
WOODSUM BROTHERS, junction Main st. and 

Mystic avenue (see adv. dept. p. 195), " 
WOOD JAMKS B. near the depot, Concord 
Whittemorp Charles S. Framingham 

Goulding E., South Framinghaiu, " 

P.ttrt'tr Gi'orge D. Sasonville, " 



Aeoline" Step in Geo. Moods < o.'s Organs. It is a mo&t 
beautiful soft or t>iea(biitg-stop. 



110 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



Ceal and Wood, — continued. 
Spaulding Andrew, Groton 

FIELD P. P. opp. depot, Holliston 

Hawes Josiah, " 

Claflen C. W". & Co. Hopkintou 

Daw F. " 

TOWER & ARNOLD (see adv. dept. p. 128), Hudson 
Wilkins Henry, near depot, " 

PEIRCE J. W., C. T. West, agent (coal), Centre 

depot (see adv. dept. p. 80), Lexington 

Conant A. F. & N. B. Littleton 

Sawyer A. W. & W. H. 

Adams Rufus 15 Prescott, Lowell 

Bennett & Rodliff, Moody, cor. Tremont, " 

Donohoe P. 37 Middlesex, " 

Durant & Simons, 6 Middlesex, a 

Home D. W., Stott's building, " 

Kittredge William, 32 Middle, " 

LIVINGSTON WILLIAM E. 9 Thorndike (see adv. 

dept. p. 11) " 

McGUIRK P., Suffolk, cor. Broadway, " 

MOLLAHAN BROTHERS, 64 Charles, 
NICHOLS ALANSON, Western Ave., cor. Fletcher 

(see adv. dept. p. 44), " 

RILEY BERNARD & CO., Western ave. (see adv. 

dept. p. 9), " 

Lord Henry C. Maiden 

Washburn C3 7 rus, Stanwood Block, " 

Dougan & Barnes, Marlborough 

Fay Charles L. " 

Smith Asa, '* 

Assabet Manuf. Co. Assabet, Maynard 

Angier Luther, Medford 

BEAN & JOYCE, Joyce's wharf, opp. Medford 

House (see advt. p. 26, front), " 

Cushing Pyam, " 

Benson S. E. Melrose 

Robinson & Jones, " 

BIRD WARREN A., Spring st. (see adv. 

dept. p. 121), Natick 

Union Coal and Lumber Co., " 

Wilde & Nichols, 

Brackett Albert, Newton 

Pearson J. W. " 

Bourne G. L. & C. B. Auburndale, " 

Nickerson John, Upper Falls, " 

Trowbridge & Hill, " " 

Parker & Col ton, Newton Centre, " 



Frank B. Dodge, Deal* 



in all kiticls of Sewinj Machines, 142 Alain 
Street, Woburu. 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. Ill 

RICE CHAS. JR. (see adv. dept. p. 112), 

Lower Falls, Newton 
Eddy C. F. & Co. West Newton, 

Sanger D. C. & Co. " " 

Boyce Robert M. Reading 

Parker Henry F. " 

Salisbury James C. Sherborn 

Warner & Sanderson, Shirley 

Brine & Clark, Union square, Somerville 

Dix A. BE., Perkins, cor. Lincoln, 

East Somerville, " 

Coombs S. G. B. Stoneham 

Patch Cyrus, " 

Rogers S. B. & Co. South Sudbury, Sudbury 

Ahorn George W. Wakefield 

Mansfield J. J. & Sons, " 

Clark F. F. & Co. Waltham 

HOVEY H. L., Moody, cor. Fitchburg R. R. 
Pope Albert T 311 Main, " 

Gilkey Royal, Watertown 

McDonald J. Winchester 

Morse F. A. & Co. " 

LITTLEFIELD J. E. & SONS, 96 Main, opp. 

depot (see adv. dept. p. 83), Woburn 

Mcdonald joseph b. 93 Main (see adv. 

dept. p. 96), ' " 

Coffee and Spice Mills. 
Fowle Samuel A. Arlington 

Stickney & Poor, Charlestown 

SIMPSON ROBERT, 346 Central (see adv. 

dept. p. 190), Lowell 

Coffin and Casket Manufacturers. 

LOCKHART WILLIAM L., Bridge, cor. Third 

(see adv. dept. p. 180), East Cambridge, Cambridge 
Coburn E. N. 21 Soley, Charlestown 

Coffin Warerooms. 

(See also Undertakers.) 
Tut tie L. B. Ayer 

WRIGHT W. & SON (see adv. dept. p. 139), 
COGSWELL JAMES A., Market st. (see adv. 

dept. p. Ill), Brighton 

D EVENS THOMAS, 414 Cambridge (see adv. dept. 

P- 167), Cambridgeport, Cambridge 

TAYLOR W. A. 562 Main (see adv. dept p. 157), 

Cambridgeport, " 



Hear the " Piano " Stop in Geo. Woods Co.'s Organs. It is a piano of 
exquisite quality of tone which will never require tuning. 





112 MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY 




Coffin Warerooms, — continued. 




LOCKHART WM. L., Bridge, cor. Third (see adv. 


dept p. 180), East Cambridge, Cambridge 


Coburn E. N. 21 Soley, 


Charlestown 


Perry John L. 103 Main, 


u 


Reade John, 187 Main, 


(( 


Farrar W. T. 


Concord 


Kendall Addison, 


Framinuham 


Bemis C. W. 


Holliston 


ELLITHORP L. P. (see adv. dept. p. 129), 


Hudson 


Brooks J. W. 19 Prescott, 


Lowell 


CHAMBERLIN C. T. 45 Prescott (see 


advt. 


p. 16, front), 


a 


Currier J. B. 23 Prescott, 


" 


HANAVOR TERRENCE, 28 Gorham, 


" 


Fay Hiram W 


Marlborough 


Giblin & O'Halloran, 


" 


Nichols George (see adv. dept. p. 50), 


Medford 


Adams James, Central court, 


Natick 


Burks A. W. 


C( 


RAFFERTY PATRICK, Milk, cor. Church (see 


adv. p. 20, front), 


Somerville 


Goodnow William & Son, Goodnow block, 


Waltham 


ALLEN L. HOUGHTON, Railroad, near 


Main 


(see adv. dept. p. 8 7), 


Woburn 


LITTLE JAMES, 242 Main (see adv. dept. 


p. 92), « 


Coke Dealers. 




LOWELL GAS LIGHT CO., Middle, cor. 


Shat- 


tuck (see advt. Miscellaneous Department), Lowell 


Collar Manufacturer. 




WHITMAN ZACHARIAH (see adv. dept. p. 143), Ayer 


Cologne Manufacturers. 




Hoyt E. W. & Co. 121 Central, 


Lowell 


Columns. 




Parker & Cheney (manuf. oak columns for 


facto- 


ries and stores), Wamesit Steam Mills, 


Lowell 


BRADFORD WILLIAM R., Washington 


, cor- 


Myrtle (see adv. dept. p. 71), 




East Somerville, Somerville 


Commercial College. 




McCoy James M. 60 Merrimac, 


Lowell 


Commission Merchants. 




HOWE A & G II. (see adv. dept p. 107), 


Brighton 


Knight Joel & Co (lumber), 81 Meellbrd, 


Charlestown 


WOODSUM BROTHERS (lumber), junction Main 


and Mystic ave. (s^e adv. dept. p. 195), 


" l| 



The best assortment of Watches, Clock*, and .Jewelry, will be found 
at Dodg«'a, 14a Alain Stieet, IVobarn. 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 113 

Abbott Joel A. (auction), 172 Merrimac, Lowell 

Bean C. S. 76 Dutton, » 

Dexter S. K., Stott's building, « 
LITCHFIELD & CO., Dutton, cor. Fletcher (see 

adv. dept. p. 30), •" 

Page, Kidder & Co., Fletcher, cor. Dutton, " 

Peabody & Richardson, Dutton, n. Mechanics Mills, " 

Concrete Paving. 
Gore D. & H. 232 and 234 Third, 

Cambridgeport, Cambridge 
SMITH E. A. & A. T. 120 Central (see adv. dept. 

p. 24), Lowell 

New England Concrete Paving Co., Brackett's 

block, Newton 

Confectioners (Manufacturing). 

Clark B. P. & Co. 552 Main, Cambridgeport, Cambridge 

Drew George C. 367 Main, " " 

Hill C B. 559 Main, » 

Mushet J. A. 283 Main, " " 

Close George, 232 Cambridge, East Cambridge, " 

MUMLER J. 89 Main (see adv. dept p. 197), Charlestown 

Sawtell B. W. 307 Main, 

DREW J. V. 330J- and 332 Merrimac (see adv. 

dept. p. 173), Lowell 

Fisher Edgar, under 47 Market, " 

GODDARD B. & SON, 37 Central (see adv. 

dept. p. 18), 
Page & Bailey, 37£ Merrimac, " 

Sanderson T. J. Sudbury 

Littlefield H. & Co. (molasses candy), Tewksbury 

WILEY L. P., Main, opp. Church (see advt. p. 

20, front), Watertown 

Confectionery and Fruit. 

Richai-dson M. A. & Co. Arlington 

Davis S. A. Ashland 

Drake W. D , Merchants Row, Ayer 
FELCH A. L. & E. A. 
Luflan F. G 

Morrison C. E. -' 

Wright Henry, " 

Frost J. L. Belmont 
PARSONS RICHARD S., opp. Town Hall (see 

adv. dept. p. 104), Brighton 

Atkinson Robert, 20 Brighton, Cambridge 

Belcher Chas. F. 1 Harvard sq. " 

McElroy William, 440 Harvard, " 



See the beautiful new styles of cases iu GJEOltCriS WOODS CO.'S 
Organs. 



114 MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



Confectionery and Fruit, — continued. 
Blake Charles H. 601 Main, Cambridgeport, Cambridge 

Dooley J. M. 654 Main, " " 

Getchell E. B., Havmarket sq. " " 

Ingalls E. B. 251 Broadwav, " " 

Kelso Alexander M. 407 Main, " " 

Langford W. K. 25 River, " " 

Mulholland James, 459J- Main, " " 

Potter J. Cushing, 30 River, " " 

Dale T. J. Ill \ Cambridge, East Cambridge, " 

Kendall George D. 27 Fifth, " " 

McCarthy John, 175 Cambridge, " " 

McClure Margaret, 70 Cambridge, " " 
ROBINSON T. B. 47 Sixth, " 

Hunnewell J W. North Cambridge, " 

Addison Henry J. 219 Main, Charlestown 

Buxton S. W. 252 Main, " 

Chandler B. E 17 Perkins, " 

Cobb L. V. 59 Bunker Hill, " 
CURIO BROS. 12 Bunker Hill, 

Day L. S. 107 Bunker Hill, " 

Dexter John N. 25 Walker, " 

Dougherty Elizabeth, 70 Bartlett, " 
MERRILL HENRY J. 226 Bunker Hill (see adv. 

dept. p 191), 

Morgan James, 2 Waverley block, " 

MUMLER J. 89 Main (see adv. dept. p. 197), " 

Nicolini Joseph, Warren bridge, " 

Norton E. N. 570 Main, " 

O'Meara Stephen 56 War*ren, " 

Piper W. M. & Co. 133 Main, " 

Poletti Louis, 53 and 55 Warren ave., " 

Prescott H. L. 157 Bunker Hill, " 

Sawtelle B. W. 307 Main, " 

Searborough R O. 137 Main, " 

Welch D. Mrs. 433 Bunker Hill, " 

Whittemore A. 47 Main, " 

Davis Cummings E. Concord 

Whitcomb Hemy L. " 

WOOLLEY CHARLES, JR. Groton 

BemisC W. Holliston 
CARR SAMUEL E. 2 Pond's block (see adv. dept. 

p. 188), 

Gassett O. W. 1 Pond's block, " 
COCHRAN & WHITMAN, Brigham's block (see 

adv. dept. p. 126), Hudson 

Mentzer Sarah C. " 
Sawyer J. H. 

Barker M. D. 47 Merrimac, Lowell 



Silver Ware made to order at Dodge's, 142 Alain Street, Woburn, less 
than Boston prices. 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 115 

Billings Samuel D. 109 Central, Lowell 

Blood S. A. Mrs. 78 Merrimac, " 

CARTER HORACE A., School, cor. Pawtucket, « 
Dinaitris K. 9 East Merrimac, " 

DREW JOHN V. 330£ and 332 Merrimac (see 

adv. dept. p. 173), " 

Follansbee Nell Mrs. 47 East Merrimac, " 

GODDARD B. & SON, 37 Central (see adv. dept. 

p. 18), 
Hall E. W. 52 Central, " 

Hall L. V. 114 Middlesex, » 

Harvey Samuel B 47 Merrimac, " 

Hutchins E. R. 117 Central, " 

Johnson Charles W. 6 Tilden, " 

Libhey N. F 24 Liberty square, " 

Mason D W. 11 Merrimac, " 

McDONNELL WM. 285 Middlesex, 
Mitchell Ezra, Thorndike, cor. Middlesex, " 

Morse & Turner, 133 Central, " 

O'Conner John, Dutton, near Fletcher, " 

Pape & Bailey, 37^ Merrimac, " 

Parker E. Granville, 80 Central, " 

Plastridge Salmon, 18 Merrimac House block, " 

Shufelt George A. 3 Merrimac, " 

Stackpole J. H. 79 Central, " 

Stone William E. 19 Moody, " 

Wilbv Benjamin, 276 Gorham, " 

Chadbourn F. P., Stanwood block, Maiden 

COVELL J. W., Pleasant, opp. Howard House 

(see adv. dept. p. 59), " 

Cram Newell D opp. depot, " 

Newhall William J. " 

RANDOLPH B. F., Pleasant, under Howard 

House (see adv. dept. p. 65), " 

Robie Richard, B. & M. depot, " 

Chase Anna V. Miss, Medford 

Eastman S. E. Miss, Melrose 

Fairbanks J. B. & Son, 6 Union block, Natick 

PEARSON B. F., Main st. (see adv. dept. p. 120), " 
Hyde H. N., Hyde's block, Newton 

Parker H & S. Misses, Post-office, " 

Stacy C. H. West Newton, " 

WARNER L. MRS. 

Richardson Silas, Reading 

Bucknam C. Somerville 

Canavan William, Union square, " 

Dimond L. A., Union square, " 

Cann L. B. Mrs. H Crane's block, East Somerville, " 
Dodge E. Porter, Stoneham 



A -visit to the warerooms and facJory of Geo. Woods Co., 624 Main st. 
Cambi'idgeport, will amply repay all interested in music. 



116 MIDDLESEX C HJNTY DIRECTORY. 

Confectionery and Fruit, — continued. 

Aborn George W. Wakefield 

Butler Aaron, " 

Goodwin & Evans, Albion, near Main, " 

Hale Isaac, Main, cor. Avon, " 

Kingman S. " 

Bowen Ellen Miss, 294 Main, Waltham 

Field Brothers, 1 Eagle block, " 

Fisher Joseph, 391 Main, " 

Liverraore J. D. 269 Main " 
MUNSTER J. & A. 18 Elm (see adv. dept. p. 99), " 

O'Neil Agnes, Elm, near Main, " 

Stowell H. C. & Son, Moody, cor. Taylor, " 
Wright J. B. 

Bright Charles H. Watertown 

Cutter Stephen S. " 
WILEY L. P., Main, opp. Church (see advt. p. 

20, front), " 

Adkins C. S. 156 Main, Woburn 

Dewhurst William, 176 Main, " 

Goiham W. H. 170 Main, " 

Jayne F. E., Pleasant, opp. Warren, " 

SYKES JOSEPH, 262 Main (see adv. dept. 

p. 85), 

Constable and Collector. 

BUSNACH MICHAEL S. 576 Main, 

Cambridgeport, Cambridge 

Contractors. 
McCAUSLAND JOHN H , Washington street (see 

adv. dept. p. 105), Brighton 

BLESS1NGTON PETER (for granite work), 29 

Main (see adv. dept. p. 5), 

Cambridgeport, Cambridge 
Gore D. & H. 232 and 234 Third, " " 

Harrington John (granite and marble works), 134 

Main, Cambridgeport, " 

HODGDON & SON, Fletcher, cor. Franklin (see 

adv. dept. p. 33), Lowell 

Lowell Frear Stone Co., junction Central, Gorham 

and Thorndike, " 

PATTERSON WILLIAM, 21 Common (see advt. 

front cover), 

Conveyancers. 

Lomax William, jr., Third, cor. Cambridge, 

East Cambridge, Cambridge 
Rand B. R. 



HAIR WORK made to order at DODGE'S, 142 MAIN STREET, 

Woburu. 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



117 



BAILEY DUDLEY P. JR., Badgers' bldg. Broad- 
way (see adv. dept. p. 65), Everett 
Swan C. A. F. 13 Barristers' Hall, Lowell 
Sargent A. F. Maiden 
Barnes Wm. Marlborough 
Thacber Peter, West Newton, Newton 
Gerry Ira, Savings Bank building, Stoneham 
CARTER JOHN R. 168 Main, Woburn 
Converse S. L. 172 Main, " 
HARTSHORNE G. F. 159 Main (see adv. dept. 
p. 96), 

Coopers. 

Lawrence Ralph, Acton 

Dole Joseph, South Acton, " 

Fletcher Daniel, " " 

Whitney John B. Ashby 

Metcalf J. C. Ashland 

LOVEJOY AUGUSTUS (see adv. dept. p. 140), Ayer 

Emery J. W. Belmont 

Shuler John, Cambridge 

Proctor Benjamin F. 70 Allston, Cambridgeport, " 

Rafferty Bernard, 303 Cambridge, " " 

Conlin John, East Cambridge, " 

Goepper Brothers, Gore, cor. Sixth, " " 

Wilkins George, Carlisle 

Charley C. Charlestown 

Fisher John, 9 Parker, " 

Johnson Lewis, 9 Parker, " 

Lund Frederick, 548 Main, " 

Lund James, " 

O'Hearn & Co. 343 Medford, " 
Carter James G. 



Woodward James, 

Raddin J. B. 

Tuttle John P. 

Kilty James F. 41 Market, 

Dall Reuben, 

Page William, 

Tarbell Thomas F. & Son, 

Corey C. E. 

Phelps Stewart, 

NEISS D. L. 1 Cutter, 

Schorle Leopold, 

Adams A. M. 

Barber Vernal, 

Fessenden B. & A. D. 

Fessenden Walter & Son, 

Haynes Samuel, 



Concord 

Dunstable 

Groton 

Littleton 

Lowell 

Marlborough 

Newtonville, Newton 

Pepperell 

Shirley 

East Somerville, Somerville 

Townsend Centre, Townsend 



Geo. Woods Co.'s Parlor and Vestry Organs are not equalled for 
purity and brilliancy of tone. 



118 MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY 

Coopers, — continued. 

Spaulding Jonas, jr. (kit), Townsend Harbor, Townsend 

Coburn & Sanders, West Townsend, " 

Perham Allan R. Westford 

Coopers' Cylinder Stoves. 
BRADFORD WILLIAM R., Washington, cor. 
Myrtle (see adv. dept. p. 71), 

East Somerville, Somerville 

Coppersmiths. 

HAYWARD L. H. 6 Chamber, Charlestown 
PIERCE SAMUEL P. 163 Central (see adv. dept. 

p. 58), Lowell 

Rutherford & Noyes, Natick 

Cobb & Pillsbury, Wakefield 

Stiles W. L., Post Office building, Watertown 

Copper Stamp and Letter Cutters. 
PARSONS & GIBBY, 3 Fletcher (see adv. dept. 

p. 8), • Lowell 

Copper Weather Vanes. 
Boston Weather Vane Co., Samuel Jenkins, agent, 

G51 Main, Cambridgeport, Cambridge 

Cordage Manufacturers. 
(See Twine and Line Makers.) 

Corn Cake Manufacturers. 

Jackson S. H. Cambridgeport, Cambridge 

Manning William, Broadway, cor. School, Lowell 

Littlefield H. & Co. Tewksbury 

Cornices and Window Caps. 

Cushing Daniel & Co. (galvanized iron), Stott's 

building, Middlesex st. Lowell 

Mack Sewall G. &Co. 123 Market, " 

Corset Manufacturer. 
Roby John B. 437 Main, Cambridgeport, Cambridge 

Cotton Can Manufacturer. 
Lawson Peter, 1 Mt. Vernon, Lowell 

Cotton Goods Manufacturers. 
Damon, Smith & Co. (flannels), Westvale, Concord 

Appleton Company (sheeting and shirting), Lowell 

BO0TT COTTON MILLS, A. G. Cunnock, agt. 
(sheetings, drillings and print cloths) (see 
advt. Miscellaneous Department), " 



MUSICAL IIVSTRUMEXTS, all Isinds at DODGE'S, 14-3 Main Street, 



Wo Is as r«. 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 119 

FISK WILLIAM (batting), 3 Gushing, Lowell 

Hamilton Manuf. Co. (prints), " 

Lawrence Manuf. Co. (sheetings and shirting), " 

Lowell Hosiery Co. (women's hosiery), Willard F. 

Salmon, manager, Mt. Vernon, cor. Broadway, " 
MASSACHUSETTS COTTON MILLS, F. F. 
Battles, agent (sheetings, shirtings, etc.), be- 
tween Bridge and Merrimac (see advt. Mis- 
cellaneous Department), " 
Merrimac Manuf Co. (prints), " 
NABNASSETT MANUF. CO., A. D Chandler, 
supt. (print cloths), foot Crosby st. (see advt. 
Miscellaneous Department), " 
TREMONT & SUFFOLK MILLS ^ (sheetings, 
shirtings and drills), Suffolk st. (see advt. 
Miscellaneous Department), " 
Newton Mills (print cloths), Upper Falls, Newton 
Phoenix Manuf. Company, W. M. Orswell, agent 

(sheetings), Shirley 

Munson & Edgarton (sheetings), Shirley Village, " 
Smith C. W. & J. E. (sheetings), " " 

Boston Manuf, Co. (shirtings and sheetings), Waltham 
Derby Henry C. Watertown 

White William & Son, " 

Cotton Machinery Manufacturers. 

KITSON RICHARD (see advt. Miscellaneous 

Department), Lowell 

Whitehead & Atherton, Howe st. " 

SARGENT CHAS G. & SON (see advt. Miscel- 
laneous Department), Graniteville, AVestford 

Cotton Openers and tappers. 
KITSON RICHARD (see advt. Miscellaneous 

Department), Lowell 

Whitehead & Atherton (opener and finisher), " 

Cotton and Wool Waste. 
Butler Josiah, 9 Cushing, Lowell 

t Country Stores. 

Where is kept a general assortment of Dry Goods, Groceries, 
Agricultural Implements, Hardware, etc. Those dealing in only- 
one kind of goods will be found under their appropriate heading. 

Flagg Isaac W., Ellsworth Village, Acton 
Jones Daniel, " 

Tuttles, Jones & Wetherbee, South Acton, " 

Osgood S. M. & Co. West Acton, " 

Robinson Charles, " " 



Geo. Woods Co.'s Combination Solo Stops arc remarkable for tlie 
beauty and variety of the musical effects of which they are capable. 



120 MIDDLESEX 


COUNTY DIRECTORY. 


Country Stores, — continued. 


Green & Wellington, 


Ashby 


Whitney Edwin, 


(( 


En si in Franklin, 


Ashland 


Underwood & Coleman, 


" 


Wiggins S. W. " 


i< 


BROWN & KITTREDGE, Ayer 


Stone E. D. & Co. 


" 


Stuart U. 


» 


Corey Charles A. 


Bedford 


Stiles Thomas, 


u 


Adams Aaron A. 


Belmont 


Russell & Chamberlain, 


« 


Bnice J. F 


Billerica 


Morey Frederick A. 


« 


Carter George E. 


North Billerica, " 


Carter William E. 


Burlington 


Cutler Silas, 


» 


Bull Sidney A. 


Carlisle 


Parkhurst S. S. 


Chelmsford 


Hall George B. 


North Chelmsford, " 


Shaw E. & Sou, 


tt tt 


SLEEPER J. F. 


(( It 


Gerrish T. M. 


South Chelmsford, " 


PERRY JOHN N. 


West Chelmsford, " 


WIN SHIP M. H. 


it tt 


Buttrick & Pratt, 


Concord 


Waicutt & Holden, 


" 


Carter G. T. 


Westvale, " 


Fiske & Blood, 


Dracut 


Wilson James H. 


tt 


Parker L. Herman, 


Dunstable 


ALDERMAN & CO. 


Framingham 


Bean Cyrus, 


tt 


Kendall E. F. 


" 


Trowbridge Edmund, 


« 


Warren Edwin H. 


tt 


Clark R. S. 


South Framingham, " 


Howe Willard, 


tt tt 


Oakes C. S. 


<t tt 


FULLER L. F. 


Saxonville, " 


Hamilton J. 


tt tt 


Leslie T. 


tt tt 


Stone C. F. 


tt tt 


Gerrish Charles, 


Groton 


SHATTUCK MJLO H. 


tt 


Hill Charles, 


West Groton, " 


BIGELOW BROTHERS & CO. (see adv. dept. p. 


190), 


Holliston 





Tou can save Money by buying your Goods at Dodge's Jewelry 
Store, 143 Main Street, Woburn. 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 121 


DANIELS TIMOTHY (see adv. dept. p. 188), Holliston 


Bragg A. 


Braggville, " 


Bridges E. L. 


Hopkinton 


Mahon J. & B. 


« 


Morse W. H. & C. H. 


» 


Sweet A. A. & Co. 


u 


Woodard D. P. & Co. 


" 


Pbipps Benjamin, 


Hayden Row, " 


Smith & Co. 


Woodville, " 


Smith R. 


" " 


Co-operative Association, 


Charles L. Woodbury, 


agent, 


Hudson 


HOLDEN W. P. & SON ( 


see adv. dept. p. 131), " 


MOORE E. S., Central street (see adv. dept. p. 


128), 


" 


MUNROE & CO., Houghto 


n's block (see adv. dept. 


P. 134), 


" 


PETERS & DERBY, Woods 


Wood Solon, 


» 


Butters Charles A. 


Lexington 


Whitcher & Saville, 


« 


Childs Augustus, 


East Lexington, " 


Holbrook Rufus W. 


u ic 


Chapin James L. 


Lincoln 


Cook A. A. & Co. 


South Lincoln, " 


Chase George W. 


Littleton 


Conant A F. & N. B. 


" 


Sawyer A. W. & W. H. 


U 


Albee C. H. 


Marlborough 


Howe & Estabrook, 


" 


Marshall John H. 


tc 


Morse Henry, 


" 


Morse & Bigelow, Lincoln, 


cor. Pleasant, " 


Curtis Hiram, 


Maynard 


Eastwood David, 


•< 


Hayner Brothers, 


.« 


Henderson Brothers, 


" 


Martin Henry B. 


» 


Puffer Otis, 


" 


Setchell & Hovey, 


" 


Stuart C. B. 


" 


Sherman H. A. 


Upper Falls, Newton 


Eaton James L. 


North Reading 


Jeffrey & Co. 


" 


Whitcomb Jared P. 


" 


Barrett Benjamin F. 


Pepperell 


Loring John, 


" 


Wood Charles H. 


" 


Parker Henry A. & Co. 


East Pepperell, " 



The cases of Geo. Woods Co.'s Organs are of the most beautiful a«d 
graceful designs. 



122 MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIEECIORY. 


Country Stores, — continued. 




Saunders Amos J. 


East Pepperell, Pepperell 


Swasey C tt. 


u 


" 


Tarbeil Joseph H. 


« 


" 


Atkinson George W. 




Reading 


Parker & Stone, 




Cf 


Turner Lucius, 




it 


Clark Charles A. 




Sherborn 


Clark George, 




t< 


Conant Brothers & Co. 




Shirley 


Longley Jonas, i 




k ' 


Longley Samuel, 




(C 


Longley & Edgarton, 




t( 


Hill Aaron, 




Stoneham 


Fletcher John S. 




Stow 


Blossom W. W, & Co. 


Rock Bottom, " 


Murdock Charles N. 


« 


« 


Hunt J. S. 




Sudbury 


Willis J. S. 


■ 


a 


Brooks D. F. 


South Sudbury, " 


Hunt Emery & Son, 


" 


" 


Frost Aaron, 




Tewks\>ury 


Osgood Charles, 


Townsend Centre 


Townsend 


Page & Hildreth, 


" 


»( 


Taylor Win. P. 


" 


(C 


Emory Charles, 


Townsend Harbor 


> 


Dixon , 


West Townsend 


> 


Shattuck E. A. 


(• 




Littlehale John H. D. 


Tyi 


agsborough 


Howard Charles L. 




Wayland 


Bryant Brothers, 


Cochituate, 


Loker John L. 


i< 


t< 


Fletcher John B. 




Westford 


Fletcher Sherman D. 




u 


Wiley Samuel, 




(( 


Wright Martin, 




(( 


Butterfield George, 


Forge Village 


" 


WRIGHT ARTHUR, 


Graniteville, 


t< 


Wright N. H. & Co. 


« 


" 


Cutting George W. & Son, 




Weston 


Ames Joseph A. 


Wilmington 


Carter Jonathan, 2d, 




u 


Nichols Samuel B. 




« 


THOMPSON A. E. & CO 


. 3 Wade's block 


(see 


adv. dept. p. 90), 




Woburn 


Jenks E. J. & Co. 


North Woburn, " 


Cracker Bakers. 




Kennedy Frank A. 500 Mai 


l, Cambridgeport, 


Cambridge 





The best Pebbled Spectacles, and Eye Glasses, made to Order 
Dodge's, 1U Main Street, Woburn, 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 123 

THURSTON, HALL & CO. 31 and 33 Elm, 

Cambridgeport, Cambridge 

Crockery, China, Glass and Earthenware. 

Shattiick R W. & Co. Arlington 

BROWN & KITTREDGE, Ayer 

SHERWIN & CO. 1 Page's block (see adv. dept. 

p. 140), 
Stewart Hiram, " 

Homer W. F. ^Belmont 

KERNAN JAMES, 3 Brattle, Cambridge 

ROBBINS M. D. 20 Brattle (see adv.. dept. p. 170), " 
Davis & Putnam, 635 Main, Cambridgeport, " 

Hyde Dana W. & Co. 609 Main, " '• 

Oxford J. M. & Co. 529 Main, " 

Donohue Julia, 75 Cambridge, East Cambridge, " 
MORAN BROTHERS, 238 Cambridge (see adv. 

dept. p. 179), East Cambridge, « 

Maguire James, North Cambridge, " 

Woodward, Gage & Co. " " 

BLOOD & ATKINS, 369 Main (see adv. dept. 

p. 197), Charlestown 

BURGESS E. B. 259 Bunker Hill, " 

Gage Benjamin W. 150 Main, " 

Moore Wm. B & Son, 26 and 28 Main, 
SAUNDERS Z. M. 478 Main, 

PERRY JOHN N. West Chelmsford, Chelmsford 

WINSHIP M. H. 

EMMONS DANIEL & CO., Masonic building, Everett 
Alderman O. F. & Son, Framingham 

Bean C. " 

Kendall E. F. « 

Warren E. H. 

SHATTUCK MILO H. Groton 

BIGELOW BROS. & CO. (see adv. dept. p. 190), 

Holliston 
CARR SAMUEL E. 2 Pond's block (see adv. dept. 

p. 188), " 

DANIELS TIMOTHY (see adv. dept. p. 188), 
Gassett O. W. 1 Pond's block, Hopkinton 

Mahon J. B. . " 

HOLDEN W. P. & SON (see adv. dept. p. 131), 

Hudson 
MOORE E. S., Central st. (see adv. dept. p. 128), " 
MUNROE & CO., Houghton's block (see adv. 

dept. p. 134), " 

PETERS & DERBY, Wood's square, 
Rich E. P. Lexington 

Churchill S. W. 56 Middlesex, Lowell 



Geo. Woods Lo.'s Organs are constructed in the most thorough and 
perfect manner. 



124 MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 

Crockery, China, Glass, etc., — continued. 
Emerson & Kittredge, 29 Middlesex, Lowell 

Forbush Charles, 147 Middlesex, » 

French & Puffer, 80 Merrimac, and 113 and 115 

Central, " 

GAUDETTE C. 212 Middlesex (see adv. dept. p. 

59), 
Greenwood Brothers, 209 and 211 Lawrence, " 

Guy & Brothers, 45 Merrimac, " 

HEBERT BROTHERS, 190 Middlesex (see adv. 

dept. p. 54), " 

KEY'ES PATRICK, Market, cor. Hanover, 
MILTON & TENNEY, 113 Thorndike, 
Offutt & Whitaker, 33 and 35 Market, " 

Parker Artemas, 45 Middlesex, " 

Puffer A. D. & Co. 32 Middlesex, " 

RUSSELL B. F. & C. E., Market, cor. Duramer 

(see adv. dept. p. 21), " 

Whithed & Shore v, 60 and 62 Middlesex, " 

Trayes William H., Pleasant st. rear Central sq. Maiden 
Parsons J. E. Medford 

Adams J. G. & Co. 1 Union block, Natiek 

Clark Edward, Main, cor. Central, " 

HASTINGS A. T. (see adv. dept. p. 119), 
Bartlett M. V. B. South Natick, 

Hanley M., Haven, near depot, Reading 

PARKER & STONE, " 

Aldrich Paul F. Wakefield 

MansfiekVE. & Sons, " 

Maynard C. B. " 

HIGGINBOTHAM S. & CO. 284 Main (see adv 

dept. p. 103), Waltham 

Ireland James L., Spring, near Main, Watertown 

Nourse & Barnard, " 

Stiles William L. 

WRIGHT ARTHUR, Graniteville, Westford 

Ellis Alex. 115 Main, Woburn 

Salmon Thomas, 244 Main, " 

STEARNS, BROWN & CO., 216 Main (see adv. 

dept. p. 96), " 

THOMPSON A. E. & CO. 3 Wade block (see 

adv. dept. p. 90), " 

Croquet Manufacturer. 

Whitney & Willard, Western ave. Lowell 

Crutch Manufacturer. 
Whittemore Joshua, Wakefield 



All kinds GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES at DODGE'S, 142 Main 

Street, Wobui'ii. 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY 



125 



Culinary Cabinet Manufacturer. 
BILLINGS J., Union sq. (see advt. p. 17, 

front), Allston, Brighton 

Curriers. 

(See also Tanners and Curriers.) 

Downing Theodore, North Cambridge, Cambridge 

Fisher Ferdinand, Tannery, cor. North ave. 

North Cambridge, " 
Kuebler M. " 

Guild J. F. 
McGinness Michael, 
Ingham John, Fulton, cor. Mt. Vernon, 
Faulkner, Sweet & Co., Main, cor. Hoskins, 
Walker George A., Oak, near South, 
Curry E. A. 



Charlestown 

u 

Lowell 

Maiden 

I Medford 

Stoneham 



Tidd William & Co. 
Cummings E. & Co. 
Cummings Francis, 
Fox Warren, 
Hadley, White & Co. 
Kinney P W. 
Maxwell John, 
Munroe H. 
Trowan H. C. 
Bond & Tidd, 
Cummings J. O. & Co. 
Skinner James, 



Woburn 



North Woburn, 



Curriers' Machine Glasses. 
MCCARTHY JOSEPH (see advt. opp. Porcelain 

Glass Manuf.), Woburn 

Curriers' Tallow. 
COOPER CHARLES & SON, 87 River (see adv. 

dept. p. 163), Cambridgeport, Cambridge 

Curriers' Tools Manufacturers. 

Woodrough & Co. East Woburn, Woburn 

Curtain Fixtures.! 
FARRAR W. T. (see adv. dept. p. 118), Bedford 

street, Concord 

BROWN & CARTER, 200 Middlesex (see adv. 

•dept. p. 185), Lowell 

Curtain and Window Shade Fixture Manufacturers. 
Shorey John & Co. 16 Middlesex, Lowell 



"Vox Humana" Stop in Greor^e Woods Co. »» Organs; it is 
baritone soio stop, not a mere fan or tremolo. 



Hear the 



126 • MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 


Cutlery Manufacturer. 




Burkinshaw Aaron (pocket knives), 


Pepperell 


Cutters or Dies. 




Dawes F. S. 


Hudson 


Draper C. F. 


Marlborough 


Davis V. N. & Son, 


Stoneham 


Cutting Blocks for Shoe Work. 


CHILD W. WARD, 39 Main (see ad 


v. dept. 


p. 73), 


Stoneham 


Dentists. 




Mansfield H. A. 


Ashland 


BROWN J. D. 


Aver 


Hinds William H. H. 


u 


Hosmer Thomas B. 


Bedford 


Allen W. 9 Brattle, 


Cambridge 


Wentworth J. P., Harvard square, 


» 


Whitney Robert R. 23 Brattle square, 


« 


Bullock Charles, 455 Main, Cambridge 


port, " 


White Edward Y. 603 Main, " 


" 


Patten Thaddeus, 104 Cambridge, 




East Cambridge, " 


Daigneau D. P. 


Charlestown 


Page Edward, 142 Main, 


" 


Phipps William S. 81 Main, 
White D. S. 208 Main, 


« 


a 


Stetson & Whitechurch, 


Concord 


Brown J. A. 


Everett 


Wakefield J. F. 


(i 


Beard C. F. South Framingham, Framingham 


Chamberlain T. D. " 


t( 


HAYES J. A., Andrew's block, 


Holliston 


White 0. C. 


Hopkinton 


LONGENECKER J. H., Wood's sq. 


Hudson 


Wheeler Henry, 


Ct 


Gerry Gustavus A., Merrimac, cor. John, 


Lowell 


Heald B. F. 52£ Merrimac, 


" 


Johnson Albert T. 170 Merrimac, 


" 


Lawrence Samuel, 32 Central, 


a 


Vinal G. A. 170 Merrimac, 


» 


Ward S. L. & W. G. & Burnham, 5 and 6 


Savings 


Bank building, 


" 


Marston C. E., Bailey's block. 


Maiden 


Shaw S. J. 


Marlborough 


Wood & Loder, 


" 


Sanborn W. A. 


Med ford 


Carter J. W. 8 Union block, 


Natick 



REED & BARTON'S Plated Ware, at DODGE'S, 143 Main Street, 
Woburn. 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 127 



Shurtleff A. J., Main, cor. Central, Natick 

Washburn O. J. k ' 

Waters George F. Newton 

Barton E. G. Reading 

Rogers O. P., Union square, Somerville 

Tenney A W., Central sq. • Stoneham 

Boy n ton R. B. West Townseud, Townsend 

Magoon C. H. Wakefield 

Newman J. F. " 

Papineau A., Central block, Waltham 

SLerman J. M., Common, cor. Moody, " 

Starbuck E. P. 7 Central block, 

Home Robert F. Watertown 

HUCKINS DAVID T, Dana block, 
Pousland C. E. Way land 

ALLEN M. H. 127 Main (see adv. dept. p. 81), Woburn 
LANG CYRUS T. 135 Main (see adv. dept. p. 

91), 

Desk Manufacturers. 
SCRIBNER JOHN F., Osborn's Mill (see adv. 

dept. p. 155), Cambridgeport, Cambridge 

Batchelder A. Reading 

Diamonds. 
(See also Jewelry.) 

RICHARDSON F. L. 108 Central (see advt.. opp. 

Jewelry, Watches, etc.), Lowell 

Distillers. 

SORTWELL & CO. (N. E. rum), 355 to 363 

Cambridge, Cambridgeport, Cambridge 

Chase & Trull, 62 Water, Charlestown 

Lawrence Daniel & Sons (Medford rum), Medford 

Doors, Sashes and. Blinds. 
FLETCHER J. E (see adv. dept. p. 146), Ayer 

PHELPS & WOODS, 
FULLER G. & SON, Brighton Corner (see adv. 

dept. p 105), Brighton 

PRIEST JOHN W. (see advt. p. 19, front), " 

DINSMORE JAMES (see adv. dept. p. 150), 

Cambridgeport, Cambridge 
Waterman Frederick, 425 Medford, Charlestown 

Fletcher Cyrus, Westvale, Concord 

Payson & Cutler, Holliston 

Phillips Wm. (sashes), Woodville, Hopkinton 

FROST W. H., Central st. (see adv. dept. p. 135), 

Hudson 
Locke W G. ' 



HeartUe "Aeoline" Stop in Geo. Woods to.'s Organs. It is a most 
beautiful soft or breathing-stop. 



128 MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 

Doors, Sashes and Blinds, — continued. 
Bachelder A. & Co., Mt. Vernon, near Broadway, Lowell 
Chase Geo. W., Willie, cor. Cushing, " 

FARSON SAMUEL, 151 Middlesex (see adv. 

dept. p. 45), " 

FAVOR N. B .& SON, Wamesit Mills (see adv. 

dept. p. 22), " 

Hart J. W. & Co. 

Kellev Wrn , Mechanics' Mills, " 

PEABODY J. G., Wamesit Steam Mills (see adv. 

dept. p. 20), " 

PRATT M. C. & CO., Wamesit Steam Mills (see 

adv. dept. p. 21), " 

PATTEN & BATCHELDER, Curtis's wharf (see 

a<)vt. following Directory of Patrons), Med ford 

Morse J. W. 4 Union block, Natick 

Watson & Brigham, " 

EVANS J. O. & SONS, Eliot block (see adv. 

dept. p. 113), Newton 

WHIPPLE ORRIN (see adv. dept. p. 113), « 

MOOERS A. J. (see adv. dept. p. 115), 

Lower Falls, " 
Tucker Samuel E. Peppercll 

Lawrence O. F. Shirley 

SANGER N. C. & SONS, Pleasant, near Water- 
town square (see adv. dept. p. 99), Watertown 
LITTLEFIELD J. E. & SONS, 96 Main, opp. 

depot (see adv. dept. p. 83), Woburn 

WHITCHER J. C. (see adv. dept. p. 94), 

Door Stop Manufacturer. 

SMART D. C. 382 Main (see adv. dept. p. 168), 

Cambridgeport, Cambridge 

Drain Pipe and Tile Manufacturers. 

Chamberlain D. U. & Co. 622 Main, 

Cambridgeport, Cambridge 
Day & Collins (cement), 116 Main, " " 

Greenwood Win. P. 509 Main, " " 

BACON HENRY A. basement 109 Cambridge 

(see adv. dept. p 184), East Cambridge, " 
EDMANDS & CO. (stone drain pipe), 41 Med- 

ford (see adv. dept. p. 10), Charlestown 

CROSBY WARREN C. 203 Gorham (see advt. 

inside front cover), Lowell 

STAPLES N. T. & SONS, 7 Bank building (see 

adv. dept. p. 2), " 

Howes Alfred (dealer), Howes' block, Newton 



ROUEKS' PLATED WARE, AT DODUE'S, 143 MAIN STREET, 
WOBURJX. 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 129 

LENTELL BENJAMIN (see adv. dept. p. 117), 

Newtonville, Newton 

MYERS GEORGE, 9 Union square (see adv. dept. 

p. 72), Somerville 
Dix A. H. (dealer), Perkins, cor. Lincoln, 

East Somerville, " 

Howes Alfred (dealer), Main, cor. Spring, Watertown 

CULBERT F. J., Main, cor. Union (see adv. dept. 

p. 82), Woburn 
Dressmakers, 
(See also Milliners.) 

Montague Miss, • Ashland 
Wakefield M. G. Miss, 

Farns worth R. G. 11 Merchants Row, Ayer 

McGuane B. Mrs. " 

Burke J. Miss, Osborne's block, Brighton 

Gilbert L. S. Miss, Osborne's block, " 

Judson E. A. <« 

Farland S. E. Miss, Harvard sq. Cambridge 

Fowler Helen M., Harvard sq. " 

Foj'e Mary A. Miss, 8 Harvard square, " 

Foye J. Miss, 10 Harvard square, " 

Smith C. D. Mrs. 436 Harvard, " 

Atkins Emily E. Mrs. 563 Main, Cambridgeport, " 

Barry Mary Miss, 40 Brookline, " " 

Bemis D. D. Mrs. 414 Main, " " 

Boynton N. A. Miss, 8 Cambridge, " " 

Bradley & Martin Misses, 648 Main, " " 

Brown Ellen & Hannah, 321 Cambridge " " 

Callendar Mary M. Miss, 499 Main, " " 

Cox L. C. Miss, 116 Cambridge, " " 

Daniels Eliza C. Miss, 555 Main, " «« 

Dodge G. K. Mrs. 422 Main, " « 

Dunn J. S. Mrs. 514 Main, " " 

Estes N. G. Miss, 603 Main, " " 

French Lucy Mrs. 586 Main, " » 

Grant James, 441 Main, " " 

Hammond J. Miss & Co. 7 Cottage, " " 

Hodgkins Misses, 108 Cambridge, " " 

Hudson Sophia Mrs. 10 Brookline, " '« 

Hurd J. Mrs. 397 Main, " « 

Ireland Angie L. Miss. 547 Main, " " 

Jordan John Mrs. 67 Washington, " " 

McKenzie Margaret F. Mrs. 512 Main, " " 

Ricker Lizzie A. Miss, 589 J- Main, " " 

Russell Mary B. Miss, 131 Cambridge, " " 

Ward Maria Miss, 12 Brookline, " " 

White Kate M. Mrs. 459 Main, " « 



Hear the " Piano " Stop in Geo. Woods Co. >s Organs. Itisaplanoof 
ex qui site quality of tone which will never require tuning. 

9 



130 MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 

Dressmakers, — continued. 
Williams Henriette Mrs. 60 Washington, 

Cambridgeport, Cambridge 

Yates Mary A. Mrs. 413 Main, " " 

Cox L. C. Mrs. 116 Cambridge, East Cambridge', " 

Lynch Mary Mrs. 209 Cambridge, " " 

Roche M. E. Miss, 75 Spring, " " 

Scanlan T. Mrs. 38 Third, " " 

De Voll E. A. Mrs. North Cambridge, " 
Chapman P. H. 113 J Bunker Hill, Charlestown 

Crosby L. A. Mrs. 35 Lexington, " 

Daggett A. Mrs. 120 Bartlett, " 

Dustin Sarah, 327 Main, " 

Goss Sarah A. 14 Thompson, " 

Grinnell N. A. Mrs. " 

Hackett R. F. Mrs. 144 Main, " 
Ham F. P. 9 Perkins, 
Handy L. M. 34 Cross, 

Hewey L. M. 106 Elm, " 

Higgins Mary, 212 Main, " 

Johnson Fallen, " 

Jones W. W. 13 Middlesex, " 

Landerga M. 191 Main, " 

Moody M Miss, 634 Main, " 

Porter G. W. Mrs. " 

Remick L. E. 136 Main, " 

Tenney J. E. Mrs. 15 Chapman, " 

Trundy L. A. 314 Main, " 

Walls Mrs. 140 Chelsea, " 
Britton J. B. Mrs. North Chelmsford, Chelmsford 
Adams P. Miss, Frarniugham 

Williams N. C. Miss, South Framingham, " 

Danforth A. H. Mrs. Saxonville, " 

Stevens C. P. " " 
Bachelder Emily Miss, j Holliston 

Daniels E. M. " 

Holt S. A. Hudson 

Howe L. V. Miss, Central st. " 
SANBORN E. L. MISS, Goodrich block (see adv. 

d»pt. p. 135), " 

Williams M. D. Mrs. " 

Adams R. O. 39 Merrimac, Lowell 

Alcott Gilman, Mrs 4 Dodge, " 

Barker A E. Mrs. 41£ Trernont, " 

Bartlett Levina, Gorham, junc. Central, ».' 

Bassett Mary E. Miss, 3 Canal block, " 

Heggs J. M. 20 John, « 

Blake C. M. Mrs. 3 Canal block, " 

Bradley M. L. 7 High, " 



The best place to bay your Watches a ml Jewelry Is at Dodge's, Hi 
Main Street, Woburn, 





MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 


131 


Cady Francis Miss, 


Lowell 


Canny 'Ellen Miss, 105 Central, 


(< 


Cavendish Annie Mrs. 


(t 


Choate M. A. Mrs. 8 Wamesit, 


« 


Clark H. F. Miss, 105 Central, 


" 


Clark J. M. 36 Middlesex, 


" 


Coliton B. T. Miss, 67 Church, 


" 


Collins Josiah T. Mrs. 17 Cabot, 


« 


Cook E. Miss, 6 Tilrten, 


" 


Cunningham Mary Miss, 22 Wamesit, 


(< 


Currier Ann Mrs. 26£ John, 


(< 


Dodge A. Miss, 52£ Merrimac, 


" 


Durant Charlotte M. ft East Merrimac, 


" 


Eastman Adelia Mrs. 32 Chestnut, 


n 


Elliott Sarah G. Mrs. 13 Tilden, 


t* 


Elwell Julia A. 49 Central, 


n 


Field Clara A. Mrs. 5 Merrimac, 


.i 


Field L. S. Mrs. Ill Middlesex, 


it 


French A. M., Merrimac, cor. John, 


« 


Guerin Delles, 2 South, 


" 


Guy S & J 6 Merrimac, 


it 


Harris A. T. Mrs. 6 Merrimac, 


" 


Holden B. Mrs 73 Market, 


K 


Horn Clara Miss, 39 Merrimac, 


(I 


Hurd Li. R. Mrs. 110 Central, 


(t 


Keyes N. E. & L. S. Misses, 51 Merrimac, 


(( 


Laflam Joseph Mrs. 37 Salem, 


(( 


Lane Martha, 252 Merrimac, 


« 


Loughlin Annie Miss, 291 Central, 


U 


Lovett Francis E. Mis. 43 Tremont, 


l( 


Macdonald Marie Helen Miss, Savings Bank build- 




ing, 
Maloon A. B. Mrs. 3 Dodge, 


(I 


Markham E. A. 26 Gorhain, 


(C 


Mar^h Kate Mrs 29 Museum block, 


it 


Marston Susan Miss, 114 Central, 


It 


Martin Hannah, 158 Goiham, 


(C 


McClure Isabella Miss, 1 North, 


(1 


McKnight E. Mrs. 


It 


McNulty Ellen Miss, 5 Hurd, 


u 


Messer A D. Miss, 52j Merrimac, 


it 


Moody Mary Mrs 248 Merrimac, 


(1 


Norton Georgie Mrs. 226 Central, 


(( 


Ogg Adcle, 5 Jackson, 


ft 


Parker H. S Mrs. 16 John, 


l« 


Pearson E. B. 129£ Central, 


(t 


Perkins A. A. Mrs. 121 Central, 


If 


Perrin Mary J. Mrs , Wamesit Bank building, 


u 


Pierce Mary Mrs 9'J Moody, 


l( 





the beautiful new styles of cases iu UKOItUK WOODS CO.'S 
Organs. 



132 MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



Dressmakers, — continued. 

Pierce M. B. Mrs. 39 Willow, Lowell 

Preston A. B. Mrs. 24 Central, " 

Band Mary A. 76 Central, " 

Baymond J. Mrs. 188 Central, " 

Bhodes S. J. Mrs. 27 Central, » 

Bix M. E. Mrs. 52£ Merrimac, " 

Bollins Belinda Mrs. 17 Canal, " 

Bose Maria Miss, 23 Kirk, " 

Bundlett L. C. 85 Merrimac, " 

Smith C. M. Mrs. 246 Merrimac, " 

Smith Kate & Lizzie Misses, 37J Fayette, 'i 
Smith J L. Mrs. 167 Central, 

Smith M. J. Mrs. 5 Merrimac, " 

Smith S. E. Miss, Merrimac, cor. John, " 

Stevens Amanda A. Miss, 24 Central, "■ 

Stevens F. E. 270 Merrimac, " 

Towle Sarah A. 28 John, " 

Trueworthy Clara A Mrs. 2 Willow place, " " 

Varehereau P. Mrs. " 

Wentworth P. F. Miss, 250 Merrimac, •' 

Wilson & Burgess, 26 John, " 

Woodward C. S , Merrimac, cor. John, " 
COUGKLAN E. B. MISS, Pleasant, opp. Linden 

(see adv. dept. p. 60), Maiden 

Hay ward J. A., Central square, " 

Lyons M. Mrs. " 

Mack B. Miss, Pleasant, cor. Burett's lane, " 

Phillips Emily S. Mrs., Kimball's block, " 

Thayer S. A. Mrs., over depot, " 
Burns M. L. Mrs., Salem, cor. Laurel, Maplewood, " 

Chase H. M Miss, Salem, cor. Lebanon, " " 
Stone E. L. Marlborough 

Stimson A. M. Mrs. Medford 

Burnham E. Mrs. Melrose 

Wheaton J. A. Mrs. " 

Bacon E. A. Miss, Union block, Natick 

Boardman & Hill, 7 Forest avenue, " 

Brown Sarah Miss, " 

Howe Elbridge Mrs. " 

Howe M. M. Mrs. " 

Bulfinch L. Miss, Newton 

Farnum Frances, k ' 
O'SULLIVAN M. E MISS, Howe's block (see 

adv. dept. p. 114), " 

Bandall Mary D. " 

Martin M. F. Mrs. " 
Norcross A. J. Newton Centre, " 

Houghton K. A. Mrs. Newtonville, " 



When you are in Woburn, call in at Dodge's and take a loo 
Stock of Watches, Silver Ware, «fcc. Hi Main Street. 



look at his 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 133 

Hayford L. D. Mrs. West Newton, Newton 

Smith E. J. " " 

White B. A. Mrs. " " 

Trumbull C. Mrs. Upper Falls, " 

Barrows A. Reading 

Crockett George N. " 

Simes A. O. " 

Sturtevant L. A., Union square, Somerville 
Page & Orr Misses, Higgins' block, East Somerville, " 

Remick L. E. Miss, 4 Crane's block, " " 

Bird Samuel Mrs. Stoneham 

Buck Sylvania, " 

Doty J. N. Mrs. " 

Hurd J. W. Mrs. " 

Knights James C. Mrs. " 

Tyler Lucetta, ' " 

Whowell William Mrs. " 

Bryson E. Mrs. Wakefield 

disking S. J. Mrs. " 

Mayo M. A. W. Mrs., Main, opp. Avon, " 

MOORS SARAH K. MRS., Cheney's building 

(see adv. dept. p. 74), " 

Berry M. Miss, Church, cor. School, Waltham 

Bond S. M. Mrs., Moody, cor. Crescent, " 

Bourne S. M. Mrs., Moody, cor. Crescent, " 

Farnum Frances Miss, Greeley's block, " 

Merriam S. E. Miss, " 

Davis Gilbert Mrs., Spring, cor. Main, Watertown 

Knights M. Mrs., Pearl, cor. Leverett, " 

Ayers A. A. Mrs. 245 Main, Woburn 

Buxton A. & S. J. 261 Main, " 

Lewis E. G. Miss, 258 Main, " 

Todd Sarah L. Mrs. 164 Main, " 

Weymouth Mary L. Mrs. 183 Main, " 

Nichols S. K. Mrs. North Woburn, " 

Dressmakers' Charts Manufacturers. 
Hurd R. R. Mrs. (model charts), 110 Central, Lowell 

Drill Manufacturer. 
Barwick Wrench Co. (Packer's patent ratchet 

drills), Holliston 

Drug Mills. 

Fowle S. A. Arlington 

Druggists. 

(See also Apothecaries.) 

Studley & Burwell, 156 Cambridge, 

East Cambridge, Cambridge 
Thayer W. C. 88 Cambridge, " " 



A visit to tlie warerooms and factory of Geo. Woods Co., 631: Main St. 
Camuridgeport, vviil amply repay all interested in music. 



134 MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 

Druggists, — continued. 
ANN1S GEORGE W., Cambridge, cor. Kingston 

(see adv. dept. p. 201), Charlestown 

Andrews Theo. E.. Washington, cor. Central, Holliston 
BURSLEY IRA A. 4 Pond's block (see adv. dept. 

p. 188), 
COCHRAN & WHITMAN, Brigham's block (see 

adv. dept. p. 126), Hudson 

MANSON S. F., Post-office block, " 

SAFFORD W. A. (see adv. dept. p. 127), " 

PHELAN ARTHUR Q., Gorham, cor. Summer 

(see adv. dept. p. 8), Lowell 

Hooper Brothers, Medfoid square, Medford 

Tufts James W., Medford square, u 

ROGERS CHARLES F., Brackett's block, Newton 

CRANE & PERRY, Perkins, cor. Franklin, 

East Somerville, Somerville 
PAGE CHARLES F., Washington, cor. Pinckney 

(see advt. p. 21, front), East Somerville, " 

CRANE & PERRY, Winter Hill, 

North Somerville, " 

PAGE CHARLES F., Main, cor. Church (see 

advt. p. 21, front), Watertown 

Druggists' Glass Ware. 
McElroy P. J. 137 Bridge, East Cambridge, Cambridge 

Drum Manufacturers. 
MANSFIELD & WHITMORE (see advt. front 

cover), Arlington 

Dry Goods Dealers. 
Tuttle, Jones & Wetberbee, South Acton, Acton 

ANDERSON, HOWES & CO., Town House 

bldg. Arlington 

Coburn A. C. Ashland 

MASON C. W., Merchants Row, cor. Main, " 

BROWN & KITTREDGE, Ayer 

Stuart G. W. & Co. 7 Page's block, " 

Walcott Geo. P. Belmont 

Baxter & Sanborn, Brighton 

Henry Geo. F. " 

PARSONS RICHARD S., opp. Town Hall (see 

adv. dept. p. 104), " 

Prescott Edwin R. 460 Harvard, Cambridge 

Saunders F. E. 472 Harvard, " 

Baker Freeman, 513 Main, Cambridgeport, " 

Bates John S. 587 Main, " " 

Bennink C. G. H. 581 Main, « " 

Frankenstein Isaac, 411 Cambridge, " " 



Frank B. Dodge, 143 Alain Street, Wobnrn, will fill order* for Goods, 
at Manufacturers' Prices. Give him a call. 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 135 

Harris G-. Mrs. 156 Harvard, Cambridgeport, Cambridge 
Hyde Dana W. & Co., Hyde's block, " " 

McCabb Custine Miss, 365 Main, " " 

Stanton D. Mrs. 410 Cambridge, " " 

Ward M. A. Mrs. 146 Harvard, " " 

Donnelly J. H. S. 113 Cambridge, 

East Cambridge, " 

Fitzpatrick Kate, 138 Bridge, " u 

Folsom C. D. 159 Cambridge, " " 

Hovey H. N. jr. 103 Cambridge, " * 4 

Regal M. M. Mrs. 47^ Gore, ' 4 " 

Wheeler J. & Son, Cambridge, cor. Second, 

East Cambridge, " 

Mosely E. J. Mrs., Henderson's block, 

North Cambridge, " 

O'Connell D. " " 

Barrett Edwin J. 215 Main, Charlestown 

Brintnall J. M. & Co. 29 Main, " 

Chandler H. H. 51 Main, " 

Chandler Paul L. & Co. 27 Main, " 

FISH WM. W. 355 Main, " 

Flowers Emory T. 49 Bunker Hill, " 

Gammans G. H. 39 Main, " 

Hurley Patrick, 534 Main, "' 

Louis P. 49 Main, " 

Murray William & Son, 67 Main, " 

Nichols Manfred E. 72 Main, " 

Whitten & Coombs, 295 Main, " 

SLEEPER J. F. North Chelmsford, Chelmsford 

Brown John, jr. Concord 

Leary Timothy, Dracut 

Baker W. F., Broadway, opp. Masonic block, Everett 

Winchester J. T. & Son, " 

Trowbridge E. Framingham 

Wheeler T. H. Mrs. " 

Howe Willard, South Framingham, " 

Oakes O. S. " " 

Whitney & Partridge, " " 

Fuller L. F. Saxonville, " 

Heard A. M. " " 

Stone C. F. " " 

Moore Ashbel, Groton 

SHATTUCK MILO H. 
BIGELOW BROS. & CO. (see adv. dept. p. 190), 

Holliston 
DANIELS TIMOTHY (see adv. dept. p. 188), " 

Whiting Edwin F. " 

HOLDEN W. P. & SON (see adv. dept. p. 131), 

Hudson 



Geo. Woods «fc Co. 'a Parlor and Vestry Organs are not equalled for 
purity and brilliancy of tone. 



136 MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



Dry Goods Dealers, — continued. 

Holt S. A. Hudson 

MOORE E. S. (see adv. dept. p. 128), " 
MUNROE & CO., Houghton's block (see adv. dept. 

p. 134), 

PETERS & DEIIBY, Wood square, " 
SANBORN E. L. MISS, Goodrich block (see adv. 

dept. p. 135), " 

Wood Solon, " 

Rich E. P. Lexington 

Abbott & Eames, 66 Merrimac Lowell 

Bixby & Reed, 52 Merrimac, " 

Brown, Hardy & Goodwin, 54 Merrimac, " 

Carter & Cully, 102 Merrimac, " 

Cobb & Hilton, 36 and 38 Merrimac, " 
COOK, TAYLOR & CO. 48 Merrimac and 107 

Central (see advt. p. 16, front), " 

Dick James, 19 Market, " 

Drew C. W. 110 Merrimac, " 
Drew H. C. 142 Central, 

Fitzsimmons M. & E. Misses, 56 Merrimac, " 

Folsom & Tucker, 44^ Merrimac, " 

Hoole E. P. 21 Moody, " 

Hosford H. & Co. (wholesale and retail), 46 

Merrimac, " 

Keith William, 43 Merrimac, " 

Keyes & Wightman, 124 & 126 Merrimac, " 

Laiselle J. L. & Co. 84 Merrimac, " 

Leland William, 250 Gorham, " 

Maker, Pearson & Co. 44 Merrimac, " 

Marin & Jewett, 138 Merrimac, " 

McKeelar David W. 117 Market, " 

Montferrand L. T. 122 Merrimac, " 

Shaw, Hight & Boardman, 134 Merrimac, " 

THORNTON BARNARD, 111 & 113 Market, « 

Welch Ezra B. 362 Merrimac, " 

Lawrence R. C. opp. B. & M. Depot, Maiden 

Murray & Wiley, Central sq. l f 
NEWHALL HENRY A.. Main, cor. Pleasant, 

Spankland J. & Co. " 
CHASK H. M. MISS (see adv. dept. p. 65.), 

Maple wood, " 
Harrison Thomas, Marlborough 

Howe S. A. & Co. 8 Boyd's block, " 
Shedd G. V., Town Hall block, 

Coburn Jonas & Co. Medford 

Egery E. S. Miss, Medford square, " 
Woolley Daniel B 

Hopkins M. B. Mrs. Melrose 



Buy your Goods at Home. Save time and Money by calling at Dodge's, 
142 Main Street, Woburu. 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. ■ 137 

Leonard Henry A. Melrose 

Bowker Ira E. 2 Union block, Natick 

Cleland John & Co. 7 Union block, " 

Pope George S. & Co. 1 Walcott's block, " 

Woodbury P. F. & Co. 26 & 28 Main, " 
Clark I. B. South Natick, " 

Perry Elliott, " " 

Bacon J. W. & Co., Bacon's block, Newton 

Field & Hammond, Cole's block, " 
Childs H. P. Lower Falls, 
Jackson Wm. W. " 
Spaulding S. C. 

Colburn W. H. Upper Falls, " 

Bacon J. H. West Newton, " 

Bacon &Co. " " 
Spaulding S. C. Newton Centre, " 

Copeland & Bowser, Reading 

Fletcher Franklin, " 

Frost Jonathan, Main, cor. Ash, " 

Reid James & Co. " 

Ruggles Emily & Co., Main, cor. Haven, " 

Brooks J. H., Union square, Somerville 
Remick L. E. Miss, 4 Crane's block, 

East Somerville, " 

CURTIS JESSE, 6 Central square, Stoneham 

Goodridge H. 7 Central square, " 

Marcy John Mrs. " 

Mitchell & Nichols, " 

Peasley Etta, " 

Anderson, Howes & Co. Wakefield 

Martin William, . " 

PARTRIDGE J. L., Main, opp. Avon (see adv. 

dept. p. 76), " 
ARMSTRONG A. MRS. Pine, cor. Moody (see 

adv. dept. p. 104), Waltham 

Bryant F., Elm, cor. Main, " 

Clark, Maynard & Co. 265 Main, " 

Hebbard Charles E. 97 Moody, " 

Millard & Ingalls, 2 Central block, " 

Ross M. J. " 

Stone C. J,, Elm, near Main, " 

Stratton T. D. u 
Walton W. S. 309 Main, 

Wellington Asa, " 

Coombs Henry C. Watertown 

Coombs S. H., Main, opp. Church, " 
Howes P. C. & S. C. 

Nourse & Barnard, " 

Otis Brothers, " 



Geo. Woods Co.'s Combination Solo Stops arc remarkable far the 
beauty and variety of tlie musical effects Of which they are capable. 



138 MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 

Dry Goods Dealers, — continued. - 
WRIGHT ARTHUR, Graniteville, Westford 

Holbrook B. F. Winchester 

Burgess F. S. 137 Main, Woburn 

McClure, Ross &Co. 123 Main, 
SMITH CHARLES A. 177 Main (see adv. dept. 

p. 83), 
THOMPSON A. E. & CO. 3 Wade block (see adv. 

dept. p. 90), 
Woodbury William, 157 Main, " 

Dye Stuffs, Drugs, &c. 

Talbot C. P. & Co., City market building, Lowell 

Cochrane A. & Co. Maiden 

Freeman W. F. (logwood), Watertown 

Dyers. 
Reed J. T. & Co., Reed's corner, Charlestown 

Chambers Cyrus (silk), Lowell 

Clifford Warren, 2 Andover, " 

LOWELL BLEACHERY, F. B. Appleton, agent 

(see advt. Miscellaneous Department), " 

Pickens John, 100 Moody, " 

BARRETT'S DYE HOUSE, Barrett & Bro. 

prop'rs (see advt. p. 25, front), Maiden 

MIDDLESEX BLEACHERY & DYE WORKS, 

Somerville 
WALTHAM BLEACHERY AND DYE WORKS 

(see advt. opp. p. 46), Waltham 

Lewando Joseph, Watertown 

Eating Houses. 

(See also Saloons.) 

Morrison C. E., Junction depot, Ayer 

LEE JOHN H. (see adv. dept. p. 105), Brighton 

Mars James, 7 Brattle, Cambridge 

Moore N. H. 32 Brattle square, 

Richardson George E., Lyceum building, 

Atkins W. J. 135 and 141 Main, Cambridgeport, " 

Fisher P. A. 469 Main, 

Hardy H. H. 108£ Cambridge, East Cambridge, u 

McCormic B. J. 1 19 Cambridge, 

Nichols James, 122 Cambridge, " 

Wilcox & Co., Porter's Station, North Cambridge, " 

Battis William S. 56 Main, Charlestown 

Bright E. 272 Main, " 

Brown A. W. 166 Main, " 

Chandler B. E. 7 Perkins, " 

Conley John E. 7 and 9 Chelsea, 



Silver Ware and Jewelry manufactured to order, at Dodge's, 143 
Main Street. Woburn. 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY 


139 


Daly Hubert, 552 Main, 


Charlestown 


PETERSON & GODFREY, 176 Main (see adv. 


dept. p. 209), 


" 


Piper W. M. & Co. 133 Main, 


« 


Seaver True W. 13 Chelsea, 


« 


TAYLOR WILLIAM, 85 Bunker Hill, 


(< 


Wescott J. L. 4 Main, 


» 


Tyler Sylvester, 3 Pond's block, 


Holliston 


Sawyer J. H. 


Hudson 


Chase Sarah E. 124 Middlesex, 


Lowell 


Fairfield Allen, 21 Merrimac, 


<t 


Follansbee Nell Mrs. 47 East Merrimac, 


(i 


GODDARD B. & SON, 37 Central (see adv. 


dept. 


p. 18), 


*• 


GRAY JOHN W. 81 Market (see adv. dept. 


p. 14), << 


Grover L. A. 15 Merrimac, 




Hale Mary J., Northern depot, 


« 


Harris F. H., City Hall ave. 


i< 


Holly Tree Inn, Shattuck, cor. Merrimac, 


u 


Holt J. G. 12 Merrimac, 


H 


Page A. 112 Central, 


M 


Richardson Charles W. W. 175 Middlesex, 


M 


Richardson George, 16 Merrimac, 


«( 


Stone W. E., Tilden, cor. Moody, 


u 


Thompson W. K. 42 Central, 


" 


Welch William, 19 Merrimac, 


« 


Worden Charles H. 159 Middlesex, 


(( 


Rich J. E. Maiden Centre, Maiden 


Adams Nathan, 4 Walcott's block, 


Natick 


WARNER L. MRS. (see adv. dept. p. 115), 




West Newton, Newton 


Harrington John, Union Square, 


Somerville 


McComrick Thomas J., Union square, 


u 


Snow & Jackson, Warren block, 


u 


Berry Charles, 5 Central, 


Stoneham 


Churchill A. K. 


u 


Goodwin & Evans, Albion, near Main, 


Wakefield 


Field Brothers, 1 Eagle block, 


Waltham 


Gleason M^ Common, cor. Main, 


it 


LIVERMORE E. E. & CO., Lexington, near Main 


(see adv. dept. p. 102), 


" 


Wiley L. P. 


Watertown 


Still 0. R. 209 Main, 


Woburn 


Edge Tool Manufacturers. 




Hobbs John C. (machine knives), 


Arlington 


Welch & Griffiths (saws), 


it 


Wood Wm. T. & Co. (ice tools), 


u 


AMES PLOW CO. (farming tools), 


Ayer 





The cases of Geo. Woods Co.'s Organs are of the most beautiful and 
graceful designs. 



140 MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIKECTORY. 



Edge Tool Manufacturers, — continued. 
Reed S. L (ice tools), Belmont 

GIFFORD G. & E. H. 217 Medford (see adv. 

dept. p. 196), Charlestown 

ROBY MANUF. CO. (swords and machine knives), 

West Chelmsford, Chelmsford 
Morse W. A. Hopkinton 

Dawes F. S. (shaves and cutting dies), Hudson 

Batchelder A. G. (spoke shaves), 94 Harvard, Lowell 
Davis V. N. & Son (cutting dies), Stoneham 

Woodward J. F. & Son (shoe tools), Wakefield 

Tucker Ebenezer (bill hooks), Weston 



BENNETT F. R. (fancy fowls) (see adv. dept. p. 

135), Hudson 

Brigham Freeman, Grove, cor. Winter, " 

Elastic Goods Manufacturers. 
Thorndike Mauuf. Co., Thorndike street, Lowell 

Elastic Ventilating Inner Soles. 
HILL E. A. 58 Cambridge, East Cambridge, Cambridge 

Elevator Manufacturers. 
MORRILL & HOOKER, 356 Main (see adv dept. 

p. 156), Cambridgeport, Cambridge 

Embroidery Stamping. 

Leland Thomas, 250 Gorham, Lowell 

Moxley P. C. Miss, Gorham, cor. Central, " 

Emery Cloth Manufacturers. 

Bird I. W. Auburndale, Newton 

Emery Manufacturers and Grinders. 

Alden Charles, Ashland 

Vitrified Emery Wheel Co. " 

Washington Emery Mills, " 

Emery Wheel Manufacturers. 
UNION STONE CO. Everett 

Emigration Agent. 
McHugh James, 55 Market, Lowell 

Employment Offices. 

{See Intelligence Offices.) 



Frank B. Dodge, Watclies, Jewelry, SilverWare, Sewing Machines, 
Musical Instruments, Fancy Goods, <fcc, 142 Main Street, Wotourn. 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 141 

Engineer (Mechanical). 

ASHTON JOSEPH D. 35^ Cushing (see adv. 

dept. p. 15), Lowell 

Engravers. 

Stone & Huse (copperplate), Lowell 

Tyrrell W. B. (wood), Museum block, " 

Schoff S. A. Newtonville, Newton 

Engravings, Pictures, etc. 

(See also Pictures and Picture Frames.) 

MILIANDER C. A. & CO. 424 Harvard, Cambridge 
Enwright M. J. 164 Main, Charlestown 

CAD WELL NELSON A. 1 Dutton (see adv. dept. 

p. 187), Lowell 

CARTER BROTHERS, 165 Central (see adv. dept. 

P 8), 
Marston & Prince, 90 Merrimac, " 

Simpson A. J. & Co. 41 Central, " 

Wilkinson O. R., Medford sq. Medford 

EVANS J. O. & SONS, Eliot block (see adv. 

dept. p. 113), Newton 

Trow Edwin S. & Co., Albion, near Main, Wakefield 

ROBINSON B. S. 375 Main, Waltham 

DODGE FRANK B. 142 Main (see left hand foot 

lines), Woburn 

HORTON SPARKOW, 165 Main, « 

Matthews I. L. 119 Main, " 

Essences and Extracts Manufacturers. 

Jones A. T. & Co. Ashland 

Tilton George A. " 

Excelsior and Husk Mattress Manufacturers. 

HAPGOOD E. & SON (wool top), 43 High (see 

adv. dept. p. 14), Lowell 

Expresses and Express Agents. 

Boston & Lowell Railroad Express, Arlington 

Mann M. D. (Arlington and Boston), " 

Boston & Albany Express (A- Greenwood, agent), 

Ashland 
Leonard & Co. " 

Keyes (Ayer and Boston), Ayer 

U. S & Canada, " 

Wadsworth H. S. (Ayer and Boston), " 

Park's Express, Belmont 

Boston & Lowell Railroad Express, Billerica 



Geo. Woods Co.'s Organs are constructed in the most thorough and 
perfect manner. 



142 MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 

Expresses and Express Agents, — continued. 
Cushraan & Co. (Brighton, Allston and Boston), Brighton 
Buck H. L. 12 Holyoke (Cambridge and Boston), 

Cambridge 
Sawin & Co. 14 Brighton (Cambridgeport and Bos- 
ton), " 
Hatch & Co. (Cambridge and Boston), 7 Harvard 

row, " 

Milliken James S. (Cambridge and Boston), 8 

Brighton, " 

KENISON N. D. 39 Windsor (spe adv. dept. p. 

160), Cambridgeport, " 

Savage David & Son (Cambridgeport Express 

Co.), 602 Main, Cambridgeport, " 

Waitt F. C. 189 Broadway, " " 

Ellis C. H. & Co. 101 Cambridge, East Cambridge, " 
SULLIVAN T. 127 Bridge (see adv. dept. p. 179), 

East Cambridge, " 

Bancroft's Express (North Cambridge & Boston), 

North Cambridge, " 

Locke's Charlestown & Boston Express, 20 Henley, 

Charlestown 
Savage G. T. (Somervillc, Charlestown & Boston), " 
Smith & Co. 278 Main, " 

BALLOU G. M. (Boston & Concord), (see adv. 

dept. p. 174), Concord 

Boston & Lowell R. R. Express, " 

Boston & Lowell R. R. Express, Dracut 

Dart & Co. Framingham 

Boston & Albany, N. L. Winch, agent, " 

U. S. & Canada, T. K. Stevens, agent, Groton 

Boston & Albany R. R. Express Co. Holhston 

Blades H. M. Hopkinton 

Carter's Hudson, Rockbottom & Boston Express, Hudson 
HOUGHTON & CO. (Hudson & Boston) (see 

adv. dept. p. 133), « 

BOSTON & LOWELL R. R. CO.'S EXPRESS, 

Merrimac street depot (see adv. dept. p. 43), Lowell 
MESERVE & CO. (Boston & Lowell), 31 Central 

(see adv. dept. p. 213), " 

Butler John S. . Maiden 

Hopkins J. P. (Mnplewood, Maiden & Boston), " 

Maiden & Boston Express, " 

Pierce J. P. L. " 

Vaughan Benjamin, " 

Dait & Co. (Marlborough & Boston), Marlborough 

Gushing T. J. " 

Robertson Geo. (Medford & Boston), Medford 

Robinson A. W. (Medford & Boston), " 



Frank B.Dodge, Watchmaker, llvi Main Street, Wobutn. 
Repaired. 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 143 

Shaw Edward (Medford & Boston), Medford 

Tainter's Express (Medford & Boston), " 

Buttrick J. W. Melrose 

Eastman Moses F. " 

Ellis & Co. " 

HOWE & CO. (Boston & Natick), Natick 

BAILEY G. (South Natick, Wellesly, Sherborn, 
Grantville & Boston) (see adv. dept. p. 120), 

South Natick " 
Hurd C. H. (Newton & Boston Express), Elm- 
wood, near Centre, Newton 
Tainter's (Newton & Boston Express), -3 Elliot 

block, " 

West Newton & Boston Express, West Newton, " 
Jennison's Auburndale & Boston Express, 

Auburndale, " 
Lathrop W. D. (Newtonville, Auburndale and West 

Newton), Auburndale, " 

Cummings H. L. Reading 

Lang C. II. 

Boston & Lowell R. R. Express, Soraerville 

Griffin E. K., Union sq. " 

Loudons W. J., Union sq. " 

Savage G T. (Somerville, Charlestown and Boston), 

Milk, cor. School, " 

Dickson's Express (Somerville & Boston), 

East Somerville, " 

Kennev S. A. Stoneham 

Taylor & Co. " 

Boston & Lowell R. R. Express, Tewksbury 

Boston & Lowell R. R. Express, Tyngsborough 

Eaton J. H. Wakefield 

Linnell L. F. *« 

GIBBS & CO. (Waltham & Boston), 9 Church 

(see adv. dcpt. p. 219), Waltham 

WEEKS & CO. (Waltham & Boston), 3 Lexing- 
ton (see adv. dcpt. p 212), " 
Critcliett's (Watertown & Boston), Watertown 
EMERSON T. P. (Watertown, Mt. Auburn & 

Boston), Spring, near depot, " 

Boston & Lowed R. It. Express, - Westford 

Boston & Lowell II. R Express, Wilmington 

Boston & Lowell R. R. Express, Winchester 

Tainter's Express, " 

Winn's Express, " 

Hart & Co. (Woburn, North Woburn, & Boston), 

107 Main, Woburn 

Buck & Co. (East Woburn & Boston), 

East Woburn, " 



Vox Hum mi" >ti»p in «ei). WoimIs Co.'* Organs ; it id 
baritone nolo atop, not a mere fau or tremolo. 



144 MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



Express Wagon Manufacturers. 
FELT & COLLINS, 18 Cambridge (see adv. dept. 

p. 181), East Cambridge, Cambridge 

PAULSON & GAFFIGAN, 35 and 37 Gore (see 

adv. dept. p. 181), East Cambridge, " 

TESSIER F. 89 Bridge (see adv. dept. p. 184), 

East Cambridge, " 

Haynes & Wright, Holliston 

KETT J. W. (see adv. dept. p. 148), « 

GREEN AMOS, Fletcher, cor. Franklin (see adv. 

dept. p. 59), Lowell 

TEELE & HILL (see adv. dept. p. 70), Medford 

Fancy Goods, 

(See also Dry Goods; also Variety Stores.) 

ANDERSON, HOWES & CO., Town House bldg. 

Arlington 
MASON C. W., Merchants row, cor. Main (see 

adv. dept. p. 139), Ayer 

Simmons A. D. " 

Stuart George W. & Co. 7 Page's block, " 

Tebbets Clarence & Co., Nutting's block, " 

WARREN GEORGE W. (see advt. back cover) Brighton 
Emery J. B. & Co. 448 Harvard, Cambridge 

Hunnewell James A., Harvard, cor. Holyoke, " 

Prescott Edwin R. 460 Harvard, " 

Richardson B. H. 5 Harvard square, " 

Saunders F. E. 472 Harvard, " 

ANDROS HENRY S. 641 Main (see advt. p. 17, 

front), Caiubridgeport, " 

Ball Jennie Miss, 410 Main, 
Bennink C. G. H. 581 Main, 
Cahiel Mai y E. 486 Cambridge, 
Callender Charles A. 48o Main, 
Cousins C. H. Miss, 78 Norfolk, 
Fray Le Roy S. 643 Main, 
Gibson Elizabeth Mrs. 549 Main, 
Harris G. Mrs. 156 Harvard, 
Masjuire & Ruth, 380 Cambridge, 
Ward M. A. Mrs 146 Harvard, 
O'Connell D. North Cambridge, 

Baker J. M. (dry), 297 Main, Charlestown 

Beckett B. G. 316 Main, 

Bowers S. M. 356£ Main, " 

Bruce Lizzie, 19 Vine, " 

FISH WILLIAM W. 355 Main, " 

Fitzgerald Mary Mrs. 42. Tremont, ** 

Haynes Walter S. 1 Perkins, " 



Frank B. I>odge, Optician, 142 Main Street, Wobnrn. dealer in Spec- 
tacles and Eyeglasses. 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 


145 


Louis B. 49 Main, 


Charlestown 


MERRILL HENRY J. 226 Bunker Hill (see adv. 


dept. p. 191), 


u 


Moody M. Miss, 634 Main, 


11 


O'Brien M. A. 329 Bunker Hill, 


u 


Perley W. H. Mrs. 310 Main, 


it 


Prescott H. L. Mrs. 157 Bunker Hill, 


u 


Remick L. E. 136 Main, 


u 


Tucker A. M. 85 Main, 


(( 


Warner F. M. 188 Main, 


a 


Whitten & Coombs, 295 Main, 


u 


Whittle J. W. 283 Main, 


a 


Young M. E. 361 Main, 


a 


WHITCOMB H. L. 


Concord 


Baker W. F., Broadway, opp. Masonic block, 


Everett 


Moulton M. L. Miss, 


Framingham 


Dowse L. D. Miss, South Framingham, 


(< 


Mulvey F. Mrs. Saxonville, 


u 


Moore Ashbel, 


Groton 


WOOLLEY CHARLES, Jr. 


M 


Andrews Theo. E. 


Holliston 


BEMIS CYRUS W. (see adv. dept. p. 188), 


« 


BIGELOW BROS. & CO. (see adv. dept. p. 


190), « 


Fiske James F. 


t< 


Whiting Edwin F. 


M 


COCHRAN & WHITMAN, Brigham's block 


(see 


adv. dept. p. 126), 


Hudson 


Hewett S. Myron, 


" 


MANSON S. F., Post-office bldg. 


« 


MOORE E. S. (see adv. dept. p. 128), 


" 


S AFFORD W. A. (see adv. dept. p. 127), 


" 


SANBORN E. L. MISS, Goodrich block (see 


adv. 


dept. p. 135), 


" 


Underwood J. J. 


" 


Abels Samson, 3 Wells' block, 


Lowell 


Adams M. W. Mrs. 31 Merrimac, 


« 


AMBROSE A. 119 Market (see adv. dept. p 


48), « 


Barnes F. J. 73 Merrimac, 




Bartlett H. J. 114 Merrimac, 


" 


Brown Alice, 97 Central, 


« 


Brown Brothers (wholesale), 47 Market, 


a 


Buhner Sarah A. 70 Middlesex, 


" 


Carter & Cully, 102 Merrimac, 


" 


Charlton William, 110 Market, 


(« 


Clark James, 9 Tilden, 


tc 


Clark J. M. 36 Middlesex, 


u 


COGGESHALL & SON, 40 Merrimac (see 


advt. 


back colored), 


« 


Conway B. 8 Cross, 


tc 



Hear the "Aeoline" Stop in Geo. Woods Co.'s Organs. It is a most 
beautiful soft or breathing-stop. 

10 





146 MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 


Fancy Goods, — continued. 




COOK, TAYLOR & CO. 107 Central and 48 Hem- 




mac (see advt. p. 16, front), 


Lowell 


Dale Joseph W. 115 Merrimac, 


" 


Dick James, 19 Market, 


(C 


Drew C. W. 110 Merrimac, 


c< 


Durant Charlotte M. Miss, 5 East Merrimac, 


It 


Evans James (confectionery), 61 Church, 


11 


Fisher M. Mrs. 219 Middlesex, 


If 


Gaffney B 42 Market, 


(( 


Gray S. E. Mrs. 43 Middlesex, 


(( 


Harris & Shepard, 34 Middlesex, 


(( 


Hobbs Ruth A. 71 Merrimac, 


" 


Hutchins Elvira R. 117 Central, 


If 


Hyde Samuel, 


" 


Knowles Brothers, 45 Central, 


(I 


Leonard Mary, 262 Merrimac, 


It 


Markland E. A. 26 Gorham, 


II 


Martin H. 158 Gorham, 


(1 


Mayberry B. B. 76 Middlesex, 


II 


Maynard C. I. W. 76 Merrimac, 


(I 


McGill James, 62 & 64 Merrimac, 


ft 


McHugh James, 55 Market, 


" 


McKellar David W. 117 Market, 


II 


Moxley P. C, junc. Gorham & Central, 


II 


Noyes & Rundlett, 85 Merrimac, 


(1 


O'Connor John, Dutton, cor. Fletcher, 


II 


Parker H. S. Mrs. 16 John, 


II 


Plummer G. M. 49 Merrimac, 


" 


Rand M. A. 76 Central, 


II 


RICHARDSON F. L. 108 Central (see advt. opp. 




Jewelry, &c.) 


IC 


Richardson Lora S. 115 Merrimac, 


II 


Ryerson H. J. 29 Central, 


II 


Sanborn Olive W. Mrs. 105 Merrimac, 


11 


Shufell George A. 3 Merrimac, 


(1 


Skinner A. C. 58 & 60 Merrimac, 


it 


Sladm H. E. & Hubbard M. W. Misses, 69 Merri- 




mac, 


It 


Smith Kate, 91 Central, 


II 


Taisy Lydia Mrs., Middlesex, cor. Gorham, 


it 


THORNTON BARNARD, 111 and 113 Market, 


" 


White & Emery (wholesale), 16 Merrimac House 




block, 


ii 


BARRETT & McMAHON MISSES, Kimball's 




block, Pleasant street, Maiden 


COUGHLAN E. B. MISS, Pleasant, opp. Linden, 




(see adv. dept. p 60), 


ii 


La Coste C. P. & Co., Ceutral square, 


ii 



Dodge, 1*3 Main Street, Woburn. Watches and Jewelry 
Repaired In the best manner. 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



147 



CHASE H. M. MISS (see adv. dept. p. 65) 

Maplewood, 
Reagh Lydia Mrs. " 

Allen Henry T. 

Packard Caleb, 6 Fairmount block, 
Pearsons H. Miss, 
Weeks & Phelps, 
Eames & Russell, Riverside ave. 
Egery E. S. Miss, Medford square, 
Gibbs J. N., Medford square, 
Treet W. P., Medford square, 
Edson P., Main, cor. Essex, 
Hopkins M. B., Main, cor. Essex, 
Cleland John & Co. 7 Union block, 
Dunn S. 0. 9 Union block, 
Fairbanks J. B. & Son, 7 Union block, 
Ropes George S & Co. 1 Walcott's block, 
Woodbury P. F. & Co. 26 & 28 Main, 
Perry Elliott, South Natick, 

ROGERS CHARLES F., Brackett's block, 



Maiden 

u 

Marlborough 



Medford 



Melrose 
ct 

Natick 



Newton 



Noble John J. 
Pierce F. L. Mrs. 
Bacon J. H. 

Smith Elizabeth J. Miss, 
SNOW ISAAC H. 
Beray E. J. Miss, 
COPELAND GEORGE A. 
Childs H. P. 



Newton Centre, 

Newtonville, 

West Newton, 



Auburndale, 



Lower Falls, 



Reading 



Somerville 



CLEMENT C. C. & CO., Bank block, 

Copeland & Bowser, 

Reid James & Co., Main, near Haven, 

Ruggles E. & Co., Main, cor. Haven, 

Brooks J. H., Union square, 

Cobb C. E. Miss, Washington, opp. Linwood, " 

Leary Catherine Miss, Milk, cor. Beach, " 

Cann L. B. Mrs. 8 Crane's block, East Somerville, " 

Remick L. E. Miss, 4 Crane's block, " " 

TOBEY B. F., Elm, near depot, 

West Somerville, " 
Bartlett H. S. 64 Main, Stoneham 

CURTIS JESSE, 6 Central square, 
Marcy John Mrs. opp. Central House, " 

Mitchell & Nichols, « 

Peasley Etta, Central square, " 

MOORS SARAH K. MRS., Cheney's bldg. (see 

adv. dept. p. 74), Wakefield 

PARTRIDGE J. L., Main, opp. Avon (see adv. 

dept. p. 76), » 

RIDEOUT L. J. MRS., Main, opp. Avon, « 



Hear the " Piano" Stop in Geo. Woods Co. '8 Organs. It is a piano of 
exquisite quality of tone which will never require tuning. 



148 MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 


Fancy Goods, — continued. 






ARMSTRONG A. MRS., Pine, cor. Moody (see 




adv. dept. p. 104), 


Waltham 


Barham Mary, 14 Elm, 




u 


Bryant Frank, Elm, cor. Main, 




u 


Butler S. A. 292 Main, 




l( 


DEVENS 0. F. MRS. 293 Main (see adv. dept 


p.104) 




Ellis S. K. 291 Main, 






Hebbard Charles E. 97 Moody, 




cc 


Manning E. Miss, Lexington, near Main, 




(« 


Macurdy J. W. 277 Main, 




u 


O'Neil Agnes, Elm, near Main, 




(( 


Reed S. F., Pratt's building, 




M 


ROBINSON B. S. 375 Main, 




a 


Stone C. J., Elm, near Main, 




(( 


Stratton T. D., Main, near Bank, 




u 


Walton W. S. 309 Main, 




(I 


WILLIAMS BROTHERS, 1 Central block 


(see 




adv. dept. p. 100), 




(( 


Wilson S. A. 269 Main, 




" 


Woolley George, Main, cor. Church, 




u 


Howes. & Co., Noyes' block, 


Watertown 


Lane George, 




(( 


Means H., Main, opp. Horse R. R. Station, 




(( 


PAGE CHAS. F., Main, cor. Church (see 


advt. 




p. 21, front), 




(( 


Whitney Hiram, opp. Horse Car Station, 




(t 


Adkins C. S. 156 Main, 


Woburn 


Ayers A. A. Mrs. 245 Main, 




(( 


Burgess F. S. 147 Main, 




" 


Cummings A. 147 Main, 






Dearin? Charles S. 150 Main, 




u 


DODGE FRANK B. 142 Main (see left-hand 




foot lines), 




tc 


HORTON SPARROW, 165 Main, 




(( 


KELLY M. A. MISS (see adv. dept. p. 87), 




198 Main, 




" 


Matthews I. L. 119 Main, 




M 


McClure, Ross &. Co. 123 Main, 




" 


ROWELL & WRIGHT MISSES (see adv. 


dept. 




p. 86), 




(( 


SMITH CHAS. A., Bank block (see adv. dept 


. p. 83) 


(4 


SULLIVAN S. A. MRS. 220£ Main (see 


adv. 




dept. p. 86), 




(( 


Wood Artemas, 182 Main, 




U 


Feather Renovating. 






Ricker George & Co. 3 River, Cambridgeport, Cambridge 





Frank B. Dodge, Dealer in all kinds of Sewing machines, 143 Main 
Street, Woburn. 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 149 

Feed Bag Manufacturers. 
American Horse Feeder Co. (patent feed bag), opp. 

B. & M. Depot Reading 

Pelt Manufacturers. 

Lowell Felting Mills, Wm. H. Thompson, proprie- 
tor, Lowell 

U. S. and Foreign Salamander Felting Co. (boiler 

covering), " 

Bacon John H. Winchester 

Fertilizers. 

Prescott A. & Co. Ayer 

LIVINGSTON WM. E. 9 Thorndike (see adv. 

dept. p. 11), Lowell 

File Manufacturers. 
Ashworth Sager, Dutton, cor. Fletcher, Lowell 

DUCKWORTH & KNOWLES, 29 Middlesex (see 

adv. dept. p. 3), " 

Hiscox A. J. 132 Middlesex, " 

Firemen's Supplies. 
HALLO WELL & WIGHT, 16 Middlesex (see 

adv. dept. p. 26), Lowell 

Fish Dealers. 
(See also Provisions.) 
Keefe Ephraim, Arlington 

Gay Oliver W. Ashland 

Pool Samuel E. " 

FELCH A. L. & E. A. Ayer 

Luf kin F. G. " 

Edwards R. W. Bedford 

Richardson R. . Belmont 

Nye A. & Co. Brighton 

CLOYES P. B. 5 Brattle, Cambridge 

Millan & Snow, 21 Brattle, " 

Buxton C. B., Main, cor. Prospect, Cambridgeport, " 
Harris George, 154J Harvard, " " 

Witherell Freeman C. 540 Main, " " 

Dale Thomas J. 124 Cambridge, East Cambridge, " 
Mitchell H. B. 164 Cambridge, " " 

Boardman Thomas C, Bunker Hill, cor. Pearl, 

Charlestown 
BOWKER SARAH MRS. 43 Henley, 
Brackett D. C. 49 Warren, " 

Dooley Brothers, 15 Bunker Hill, " 

Dunn V. M. 540 Main, " 



See the beautiful new styles of cases in GEORGE WOODS CO.'S 
Organs. 



150 MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



Fish Dealers, — continued. 
Fall Otis, 36 Medford, Charlestown 

GETCHELL J. A. 59 Chelsea (see adv. dept. p. 

199) " 

Holbrook J. G. 126 Main, 

Krogman J. 15 Main, " 

Marsh Eli. C. 66 Bartlett, " 

McTAGUE B. J. 89 Chelsea (see adv. dept.p. 208), " 
Morse Hiram, 5 Miller, " 

Reed T. F. 36 Elm, " 

Starks H. C. 375 Main, " 

Starks R. C. 638J Main, " 

White A. W. 61 Russell, " 

MacDonald A. T. Concord 

Durfee Elijah, Holliston 

Leland George & Co. " 

Joyslin & Gay, Hopkinton 

BARRETT F. J. (see adv. dept. p. 130), Hudson 

Mentzer William A. " 

Ashworth Sager, 2 and 4 Fletcher, Lowell 

Foster H. S. 310 Merrimac, " 

HARDING JOSEPH, Thorndike, cor. Middlesex 

(see adv. dept. p, 10), " 

Harnden Samuel, 201 Central, " 

Hight R. S. 326 Merrimac, " 

Hiscox A. J. office, 132 Middlesex, works, Whipple's 

Millg, 
Paignon Emile, Wamesit st., " 

Prince T. T. 91 Middlesex, " 

SARGENT E. D. & CO., Gorham, cor. Appleton 

(see adv. dept. p. 212), " 

Whitney J. D. 7 East Merrimac, " 

Wing Brothers, 13 John, " 

GILES N. B. opp. B. & M. Depot, Maiden 

McLean Philip, Central square, " 

Simonds C. H., Central square, " 

Stevens & Atwood, Waverley building, " 

Wilder H. C. Marlborough 

Witherell B. C. Maynard 

Gillard Thomas H. Medford 

Lewis F. " 

Stevens & Atwood, Melrose 

Currier James, Natick 

Mariner & Cate, " 

Thayer G. C. 

Blanchard & Atwood, Elmwood, near Centre, Newton 
Freeman C. A. Auburndale, " 

Brown Atkins, Newtonville, " 

Herring & Spaulding, Upper Falls, " 



The best assortment of Was dies, Clocks, and Jewelry , •will be found 
at Dodge's, 143 Main Street, Wonurn. 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



151 



Nickerson E. M. West Newton, Newton 

Lewis A. A., Union square, Somerville 

WADE JOHN F., Washington, cor. Medford, " 

Morrissey U. G. & A. East Somerville, " 

STARKS R. C, Perkins, cor. Franklin (see 

adv. dept. p. 72), East Somerville, " 

Winslow E. E., Winter Hill, North Somerville, " 

Perry Daniel G. Stoneham 

Perry George E. " 

Pierce Frank E. " 

Garrison Hiram, Sudbury 

Linnell Brothers, Wakefield 

Merchant & De Vault, " 

DUDLEY G. A., Exchange Hall, Waltham 

Newton S. L., Church, near Main, " 

Wellington Theo. F. 413 Main, " 

Rogers Mulford, Galen, near Main, Watertown 

Mason William H. Winchester 

SHAY J. L. 149 Main (see adv. dept. p. 91), Woburn 
Turner Bros. 149 Main, " 

Fishermen's Outfits. 

PETTINGELL, MOODY & SAWYER, Second, 
cor. Thorndike (see adv. dept. p. 174), 

East Cambridge, Cambridge 

Flocks Manufacturer. 
Ware P. B. Ashland 

Forgers (Machine). 

Kinsley Edgar L., Hampshire, junc. Broadway, 

Cambridgeport, Cambridge 

Forge Hammers, 

Kinsley Lyman, Hampshire, junc. Broadway, 

Cambridgeport, Cambridge 

Florists. 
{See also Nurserymen.) 
Breck Joseph, Brighton 

Croughan Patrick, ' " 

STRONG W. C, Nonantum Hill, 
BOCK WILLIAM A., Cedar, near Rice, (see advt. 

p. 18, front), North Cambridge, Cambridge 

HUTCHINS M. H. MRS., Cottage, near Milk Row, 

(see adv. dept. p. 166), North Cambridge, " 

LEMME FREDERICK, North ave. (see adv. 

dept. p. 168), North Cambridge, " 

Hession Stephen J. 5 Waverley block, Charlestown 

Cassidy James W., Pawtucket bridge, Dracut 



visit to the warerooms and factory of Geo. Woods Co., 634 Main St. 
Cambridgeport, will amply repay all Interested in music. 



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MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



Florists, — continued. 
Bowditch E. F. Framingham 

Fisher S. " 

Lewis W. 8. " 

Walkert E. W. " 

Kempton R. A. South Framingham, " 

Power C. J. " " 

Simpson M. H. Saxonville, " 

Cutter S. M. Holliston 

Fisk F. F. 

BRIGHAM CHARLES G. (see adv. dept. p. 138), Hudson 
HOUGHTON GEORGE (see adv. dept. p. 130), 
CLEMENT A. M. & CO. (see adv. dept. p. 56), Lowell 
PATTEN MARCELLUS A. (see adv. dept. p. 18), " 
SHEPPARD EDWIN, Highland street, order 

box, Lee, cor. John (see adv. dept. p. 6), " 

Prendergast Maurice, Maplewood, Maiden 

BEAN JAMES, High, above Winthrop (see advt. 

p. 26, front), Medford 

Duane John, " 

Thieler Francis, " 

Ireland J. E. Newton 

Roffe W. A. Newton Centre, " 



Carney H. A., Milk, cor. -Belmont, 
Neild Samuel, Franklin, opp. Green Lane, 
Bemis F. R. 8 Central block, 
Floyd Andrew, 

Warren Henry, % 

Warren Henry F., Summer st. 
Woerd Cruikshank & Co. 
Carter Sabra Miss, 
Banks Thomas S. 

COLEGATE WILLIAM A. Cummingsville, 
adv. dept. p. 93), 

Flour and Grain. 

(See also Grist Mills.) 



Somerville 
Stoneham 
Waltham 



Wilmington 
Woburn 
(see 



Acton 



South Acton, 

a 

West Acton, 



Wetherbee Daniel, 

Faulkner W. E. & Co. 

Tuttles, Jones & Wetherbee, 

Osgood S. M. & Co. 

Parker Edwin C. 

Robinson Charles, 

Fowle Samuel A. (grain), 

PEIRCE J. WINSLOW (grain) (see adv. dept. p. 

80), " 

Davis John, Ashby 

prescott Abel & Co. " 



Arlington 



Silver Ware made to order at Dodge's, 143 Main Street, Woburn, less 
than Boston prices. 



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153 



140), 



Allston, 



Ayer 



Bedford 

Belmont 
Brighton 



Carlisle 
Charlestown 



BROWN & KITTREDGE, 

ROLFE HENRY C. (see adv. dept. p 

Stone E. D. & Co. 

Corey Charles A. 

Stiles Thomas, 

Adams A. A. 

HUNT THOMAS, Brighton Corner, 

Grose & Co. 

Manning J. B. " k ' 

WRIGHT GEORGE G. 86 Mt. Auburn (see advt. 

p. 18, front), Cambridge 

Davis & Bates, 550 Main, Cambridgeport, " 

Luke Elijah H. & Son, 75 Main, " " 

Ward A. A. 242 Main, " » 

Brown Otis S. 6 and 10 Cambridge, 

East Cambridge, " 

WHEELER P. C. & CO., Bridge, cor. East (see 

adv. dept. p. 178), East Cambridge, " 

Train Edmund, Bridge, cor. East, " " 

Hutchins William, Milk, cor. Cottage, 

North Cambridge, 

Bull Sidney A. 

Ladd & Brown (grain), 226 Main, 

Sawin S. D. & Co. 350 Main, " 

Simoncls & Ditson, 190 Chelsea, " 

TUFTS NATHAN & SON (grain and meal), 52 

Warren ave. (see adv. dept. p. 191), " 

Hall G. B. North Chelmsford, Chelmsford 

Shaw E. & Son, " " 

SLEEPER J. F. « 

WINSHIP M. H. 

Tower A. 

Chandler J. T. 

EMMONS DANIEL & 

Alderman O. F. & Son, 

Bean C. 

Kendall E. F. 

Warren E. H. 

Oakes O. S. 

Fuller L. F. 

SHATTUCK MILO H. 

BATCHELDER J. M. 

BIGELOW -BROTHERS & CO 

p. 190), 
Carr Samuel, 

DANIELS TIMOTHY (see adv. dept. p. 188), 
Fisk Lovett, 

Gassett O. W. 1 Pond's block, 
Parmenter A. J. East Holliston, 



West Chelmsford, 



CO., 



Concord 
Everett 
Masonic building, " 

Framingham 



South Framingham, " 

Saxouville, " 

Groton 
Holliston 
(see adv. dept. 



Geo. Woods Co.'s Parlor and Vestry Organs are not equalled for 
purity and brilliancy of tone. 



154 MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



Fiour and Grain, — continued. 
Morse W. H. & C. H. Hopkinton 

Brigham Rufus H. Hudson 

'Co-operative Association, Charles L. Woodbury, agt. " 
DAVIS GEO. W. (see adv. dept. p. 129), " 

MUNROE & CO., Houghton's block (see adv. 

dept. p. 134), " 

Tarbell A. A. & Co. " 

Butters C. A. Lexington 

CHILDS A. East Lexington, " 

Conant A. F. & N. B. Littleton 

Sawyer A. W. & W. H. " 

Dodge, Sherburne & Co. Lowell 

Forbush Charles, 147 Middlesex, " 

Greenwood Brothers, 209 and 211 Lawrence, " 

LITCHFIELD & CO., Dutton, cor. Fletcher (see 

adv. dept. p. 30), " 

LIVINGSTON WM. E. 9 Thorndike (see adv. 

dept. p. 11), " 

LYNCH P. 41 Market (see adv. dept. p. 7), « 

McQUIRK P., Suffolk, cor. Broadway, " 

Page, Kidder & Co., Fletcher, cor. Dutton, " 

Parker Artemas, 45 Middlesex, " 

Rogers & Lord, 94 Market, " 

RYAN JOHN E. 197 Gorham (see adv. dept. p. 13), " 
STILES, ROGERS & CO. 39 Market (see adv. 

dept. p. 28), " 

Wood Samuel N. & Son, 43 Market, " 

Holden L. D., Central square, Maiden 

Shackford & Bryant, Maplewood, " 

Adams H. W. 10 Boyd's block, Marlborough 

Albee C. H., Lincoln, near Mechanic, " 

Cushing Joseph & Co., Town Hall block, t " 

Morse & Bigelow, Lincoln, cor. Pleasant, " 

GREEN GEO. B. & SON, Main, near Medford 

square, Medford 

Bugbee & Barrett, Melrose 

Barker George M., North ave. cor. Walnut, Natick 

Kilburn C. A., agent, " 

Bartlett M. V. B. South Natick, " 

Brackett Albert (grain), Newton 

WHIPPLE ORRIN (see adv. dept. p. 113), " 

Flagg A. Lower Falls, " 

Robinson F. & G. West Newton, " 

Ware Ellis, Sherborn 

Kilburn C. A. * Shirley 

Bartley James, Union square, Somerville 

CARPENTER BROS, Milk, cor. Laurel, " 

MELLEY MICHAEL, Milk, cor. Medford, " 



HAIR WORK made to order at DODGE'S, 142 MAIM STREET, 

Woburn, 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 155 



Peaslee & King, Cross, cor. Medford, Somerville 

Littlefield S. & Son, Broadway, cor. Temple, 

North Somerville, " 
Chase Brothers, 72 Main, Stoneham 

Hill Aaron, " 

Smith M. & Son, Stow 

Hunt & Richardson, Sudbury 

Willis J. P. South Sudbury, " 

Adams A. M. Townsend Centre, Townsend 

Spaulding Edward, Townsend Harbor, " 

Warren B. F. West Townsend, " 

Bickford C. F. Wakefield 

Eaton E. W., Albion, near depot, " 

Mansfield E. & Sons, " 

ELLIS & BOND, 307 Main, Waltham 

Foster M. S. & Son, Main, cor. Linden, " 

Glidden & Son, " 

Pope L. E. & Son, Main, cor. Church, " 

Priest J. H. & Son, 355 Main, " 

Coffin & Magee, Watertown 

Watertown Grist Mill, William Perkins, " 

Heywood & Burbeck, Westford 

Ellis Alexander, 115 Main, Woburn 

Hayward A. S. 103 Main, " 

Kelly Joseph, " 

STEARNS, BROWN & CO. 216 Main (see adv. 

dept. p. 96), " 

Tay Cyrus, 213 Main, " 

THOMPSON A. E. & CO. 3 Wade block (see adv. 

dept. p. 90), « 

Thompson, Mann & Co. 144 Main, " 

Flower Pot Manufacturers. 

HEWS A. H. & CO., Crescent ave. cor. Ray- 
mond (see adv. dept. p. 172), 

North Cambridge, Cambridge 

Food for Infants and Invalids. 
WOOLRICH & CO., Main, cor. Haskins (see 

advt. over Calendar), Maiden 

Fowls. 
BENNETT F. R. (fancy fowls) (see adv. dept. p. 

135), Hudson 

Brigham Freeman, Grove, cor. Winter, " 

Frear Stone Manufacturers. 

NEW ENGLAND MARBLE CO. 41 Medford 

(see adv. dept. p. 194), Charlestown 



Geo. Woods Co.'s Combination Solo Stops are remarkable for the 
beauty and variety of the musical effects of which they are capable. 



156 MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY 

Frear Stone Manufacturers, — continued. 
Lowell Frear Stone Co., June. Central, Thorndike 

and Gorharn, Lowell 

Free Stone "Works. 
BRIDE MICHAEL, Medford, foot Cook (see adv. 

dept. p. 192), Charlestown 

Fresco Painters. 
McARTHUR & MILLER, 242 Main (see adv. 

dept. p. 88), Woburn 

Frogs and Switches for Horse Railroads. 
Morrill & Hooker, 356 Main, Cambridgeport, Cambridge 

Fruit Dealers. 

{See also Confectionery and Fruit.) 
BARRETT F. J. (see adv. dept. p. 130), Hudson 

Downing William F. 98 Middlesex, Lowell 

Fruit Preservers. 

CAMBRIDGE PRESERVING CO., N. C. Pike, 
25 Main (see adv. dept. p. 217), 

Cambridgeport, Cambridge 

Fruits, Vegetables and Plants. 

POPE DANIEL (see adv. dept. p. 113), Hudson 

BRIGHAM CHARLES G. (see adv. dept. p. 138), " 

Furnaces and Ranges. 
(See also Stoves.) 
MERRIFIELD J. A., Arlington ave., Arlington 

SHATTUCK R. W. & CO., Arlington ave. near 

depot, " 

Bates Joseph I. Brighton 

CARR ERWIN S. 918 Main (see adv. dept. p. 

154), Cambridge 

Estes J. P. 30 Brighton, " 

Hilton J. M. 446 Harvard, " 

MOORE CHAS. & CO. 8 Brattle (see advt. p. 2, 

front), « 

Hall Joseph, 637 Main, Cambridgeport, " 

Higgins & Kimbley, 653 Main, " " 

PIERCE & STAYNER, 644 Main (see adv. dept. 

p. 151), Cambridgeport, " 

Robbins James M. 629 Main, " " 

PRATT C. O. & CO. 226 Cambridge (see adv. 

dept. p. 175), East Cambridge, " 

Price J. M. 85 Cambridge, " " 



MUSICAL. IIV3TR.UIHE.VTS, all kinds at DODGE'S, 14-2 Alain Street, 

Wolini'u. 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 157 



GODDARD ALONZO, Main, near Centre depot 

(see adv. dept. p. 122), Lexington 

Beck Samuel, 265 Merrimac, Lowell 

Costello T. & Co. 118 Central, > " 

Duston Harlow, 4 and 5 Prescott block, " 

Mack Sewall G. & Co. 123 and 125 Market, « 

Moran & Smith, 247 Merrimac, " 

Nash J. W. & Co. 126 Central, " 

NICHOLS JACOB, Market, cor. Dutton (see adv. 

dept. p. 69), " 

WHITTEN W. T. 148 and 154 Central (see adv. 

dept. pp. 50 and 51), " 

Wilder H. H. & Co. 8 Jackson, « 

Backus J. A., Bailey's building, Maiden 

Snaith George A., Central square, " 

Howes J. C. Melrose 

Stiles ,W. L., Nonantum block, Newton 

White & Knapp, Newton Centre, " 

LEAVITT O. B. Newtonville, « 

Gammons L. A. Lower Falls, " 

Cady Collins, Upper Falls, " 

Trowbridge J. E. " « 

COUSENS S. & SON (see adv. dept. p. 116), 

Auburndale, " 
Knapp W. B & Co. West Newton, " 

BROWNELL BROTHERS, Milk, cor. Dane, Somerville 
HOLMES CHARLES, Union sq. 
MYERS GEORGE, 9 Union square (see adv. dept. 

p. 72), 
Lovejoy J. A. 69 Main, Stoneham 

Theobald J., Main, opp. Hersom, " 

PATCH G. F., Moody, cor. Gordon (see adv.dept. 

p. 102), Waltham 

Stickney R. & Son, 389 Main, " 

BOWEN GEORGE S., Church, near depot (see 

adv. dept. p. 99), Watertown 

Stiles W. L., Post-office building, " 

HILL & BABBIDGE, 240 Main (see advt. p. 15, 

front), Woburn 

STANLEY CHARLES W., Main, cor. Salem (see 

adv. dept. p. 85), " 

STROUT C. M. 200 Main (see adv. dept. p. 84), " 
Thompson L. jr. 219 Main, " 

Furniture Dealers. 

(See also Cabinet Makers.) 
Hunt G. A., opp. depot, Arlington 

Tuttle L. B. Ayer 

WRIGHT W. & SON (see adv. dept. p. 139), 



The cases of Geo. Woods Co.'s Organs are of the most beautiful and 
graceful designs. 



158 MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



Furniture Deaelrs, — continued. 
Livermore & Thaxter, Brighton 

Robart John, 27 Brattle square, Cambridge 

WORCESTER BROTHERS, 25 Brattle square 

(see adv. dept. p. 151), " 

Bates George W. (second hand), 489 Main, 

Cambridgeport, " 
Fatal John G. (second hand), 450 Cambridge, 

Cambridgeport, " 
KELSEY A. H. & J. H. 4 Pearl (see adv. dept. 

p. 165), f Cambridgeport, " 

Oxford J. M. & Co. 529 Main, " " 

Russell Amos (second hand), 535 Main, " " 

Russell F. F. (secondhand), 455 Main, " " 

Swett L. C. & Co. 600 Main, " " 

WILDER J. C. & CO. 288 Broadway and 389 Cam- 
bridge (see adv. dept. p. 166), Cambridgeport, " 
BAILEY J, L. 67 Cambridge, East Cambridge, ' " 
Donahue Julia, 75 Cambridge, " " 

MORAN BROTHERS, 238 Cambridge (see adv. 

dept. p. 179), East Cambridge, " 

Woodward, Gage & Co. North avenue, 

North Cambridge, " 
BLOOD & AKINS/369 Main (see adv. dept. 

p. 197), Charlestown 

Carter A. J. 118 Main, " 

Fullerton E. 145 Main, " 

GARY E. & CO. 17 City sq.(see adv. dept. p. 193), " 
Henshaw Peter (second hand), 402 Main, , " 

Holmes F. M. & Co. 121 Medford, " 

Homer H. W. (second hand), 143 Main, " 

SAUNDERS Z. M. 478 Main, " 

Leslie L. Saxonville, Framingham 

JOHNSON II. N. Holliston 

Bates E. A. & Co. Hopkinton 

HOLDEN W. P. & SON (see adv. dept. p. 131), Hudson 
PETERS & DERBY, Wood sq. " 

Wood Solon, " 

Adams & Co. 7 Central, * Lowell 

BENNER BROTHERS, 132 Central, " 

Bradley W. T. 252 Market, " 

CROSBY FURNITURE CO. Fletcher, cor. Franklin 

(see adv. dept. p. 47), " 

Crowley Daniel, 108 Merrimac, " 

Fail grieve G. W. 9 & 11 Middle, " 

Gardner Theodore F. 331 Merrimac, " 

NICHOLS JACOB, Market, cor. Dutton (see 

adv. dept. p. 69), " 

Offutt & Whitaker, 33 & 35 Market, " 



Vou can save Money by buying your Goods at Dodge's Jewelry 
Store, 14. J Main Street, Wo burn. 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 159 

Patch E. B. & Co. 1 and 2 Commercial sq. Lowell 

Puffer J. F. 9 & 11 Market, " 

RAY WM. H. (second hand), 13 Middle (see adv. 

dept. p. 41), " 

WYMAN J. H. 75 East Merrimac (see adv. dept. 

p. 41), 
DESMOND T. G., Stanwood block, opp. B. & M. 

depot, Maiden 

Taylor & Pratt, Central sq. " 

Pope J. W. Marlborough 

Teele B. R. Medford 

Atwood M. 5 Pond, Natick 

Burks A. W. " 

Woodbury P. F. & Co. 26 and 28 Main, " 

Clark I. B. South Natick, " 

Hawley Matthew, Reading 

Warren E. A., Union square, Somerville 

Chase Bros. 72 Main, Stoneham 

Hill Aaron, " 

Marcy John F., Central, opp. Central House, " 

Trow E. S. & Co., Albion, near Main, Wakefield 

Bean Milton A., Exchange hall, Waltham 

Goodnow William & Son, " 

Bent Luther & Co., Watertown square, Watertown 

Ireland James L. " 

FOSTER WILLIS H. (see adv. dept. p. 92), Woburn 
Marcy John S. 226 Main, « 

Pollock George W. 193 Main, " 

Furniture Manufacturers, 

(See also Cabinet Makers.) 

Twiss John H. Ashland 

Ware G. W. Belmont 

Bovyer John A. 174 Broadway, 

Cambridgeport, Cambridge 
Denyvan & Couch, 348 Main, " " 

Frazier Allen, 484 Main, " " 

Grant & Mann, 78 Main, " " 

Hay ward & Kimball (parlor) , 386 Main, 

Cambridgeport, " 
Hixon Edward & Co. 124 Harvard, " " 

Mattoon J. jr. 642 Main, " " 

Pettingell & Pear (spring beds), Osborn's Mills, 

Cambridgeport, " 
SCRIBNER JOHN F., Osborn's Mill (see adv. 

dept. p. 155), Cambridgeport, " 

Batcheller, Moore & Co. 46 and 48 Bridge, 

East Cambridge, " 



Geo. Woods Co. 's Organs are constructed in the most thorough and 
perfect manner. 



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MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



Furniture Manufacturers, — continued. » 

BEAL & HOOPER, 44 Cambridge (see adv. dept. 

p. 179), East Cambridge, Cambridge 

Braman, Shaw & Co. (parlor), 54 Bridge, " " 

Doe & Hunnewell, Gore, between Fifth and Sixth, 

East Cambridge, " 

GELDOWSKY FERDINAND, Otis, cor. First, 

East Cambridge, " 

Clark Johrj, Reed's square, North Cambridge, " 

Berry G. W. & Co. 425 Medford, Charlestown 

Brown S. 339 Medford, " 

GARY E. & CO. 17 Citv square (see adv. dept. 

p. 193), 
Holmes F. M. & Co. " 

Lord, Jackson & Co. 425 Medford, " 

QUINN PATRICK, 25 Charles River ave. 
ROBINSON & BROWN, 30 to 40 Chapman (see 

advt. p. 23, front), " 

Weymss Bros. & Co. 511 Medford, " 

WINSLOW SETH & CO. (chamber), 425 Medford 

(see adv. dept. p. 191), " 

Bates E. A. & Co. Hopkinton 

Newton William F. Hudson 

Adams & Co. 5 Central, Lowell 

CROSBY FURNITURE CO., Fletcher, cor. Frank- 
lin (see adv. dept. p. 47), " 
Head Thomas (lounges), 49 Market, " 
Hill H. E. 258 Middlesex, 

Marshal & Crosby, Allen's Mills, " 

RAY W. H. (lounges), 13 Middle (see adv. dept. 

p. 41), 
TROWBRIDGE GEORGE N. & SON, Wamesit 

Steam Mills (see adv. dept. p. 20), " 

Small Bros, (carved walnut), Melrose 

Smallwood E. A. Newton 

Batchelder Alden, Pearl, cor. Salem, Reading 

DINSMORE & GROUARD, Salem street, 
Harnden S. " 

Reed Brothers, Rock Bottom, Stow 

Trow E. S. & Co. Wakefield 

Shattuck William G. (school), Weston 

FOSTER WILLIS H. (see adv. dept. p. 92), Woburn 

Furniture Mover. 

SULLIVAN T. 127 Bridge (see adv. dept. p. 179), 

East Cambridge, Cambridge 

Furniture Repairers. 

Kelley F. A. 108 Fourth, East Cambridge, Cambridge 



The best Pebbled Spectacles, and Eye Glasses, made to Order at 
Dodge's, 142 Main Street, Woburn. 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 161 

Phillips A. 52 Fifth, East Cambridge, Cambridge 

KELSEY A. H. & J. H. 4 Pearl (see adv. dept. p. 

165), Cambridgeport, " 

Baker S. H. 60 Chelsea, Charlestown 

Johnson J. L. 402 Main, « 

Perkins D. B. rear 290 Main, " 

SAUNDERS Z. M. 478 Main, 

Thayer Joseph, 101 High, « 

NEWTON W. F. (see adv. dept. p. 133), Hudson 

RAY W. H. 13 Middle (see adv. dept. p. 41), Lowell 
DESMOND T. G., Stan wood block, opp. B. & M. 

depot, Maiden 

Webster C. H., Riverside ave. Medford 

Adams James, Central court, Natick 

Atwood M. " 

GRACE WILLIAM F., Cole's block (see adv. 

dept. p. 112), Newton 

Weston George T. West Newton, " 

Sloan R. A. 10 Union square, Somerville 

FOSTER W. H. (see adv. dept. p. 92), Woburn 

Galvanized Cornices Manufacturers. 
Mack S. G. & Co. 123 and 125 Market, Lowell 

Galvanized Iron. 

Cushing Daniel & Co., Stott's building, Lowell 

Gas Companies. 

Arlington Gas-Light Co. Arlington 

Cambridge Gas-Light Co. Cambridge 

Charlestown Gas Co. 25 Main, Charlestown 

American Improved Gas-Light Co. Lowell 
LOWELL GAS-LIGHT CO. (see advt. Miscella- 

• neous Department), ", 

Maiden, Melrose and Medford Gas Co. Maiden 

Marlborough Gas-Light Co. Marlborough 

Stoneham Gas Co. Stoneham 

Citizens' Gas Co. Wakefield 

Waltham Gas-Light Co. Waltham 

Newton and Watertown Gas-Light Co. Watertown 

Woburn Gas Co. Woburn 

Gas and Steam Pipe and Fittings. 

Walworth Manuf. Co. 368 Main, 

Cambridgeport, Cambridge 
POWERS JOHN A., Stanwood block, opp. B. & 

M. depot (see adv. dept. p. 64), Maiden 

Hall C. jr. Crescent, cor. Moody, Waltham 



Hear the " Vox Hmnau*" Stop in George Woo U Co.S Organs ; it is i 
baritone solo stop, n4t a mere fan or tremolo. 
11 



162 MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 

Gas Fitters and Fixtures. 
SHATTUCK R. W. & CO., Arlington ave. near 

depot (see adv. dept. p. 79), Arlington 

Adams John P. 12 Harvard Row, Cambridge 

Dickson Geo. F. 595 Main, Cambridgeport, " 

STAFFORD JOHN S. 651 Main (see adv. dept. 

p. 159), Cambridgeport, " 

DAVLIN JAMES F. & CO. 190 Cambridge (see 

adv. dept. p. 174), East Cambridge, " 

LONG JOHN J. 71 Cambridge (see adv. dept. 

p. 190), East Cambridge, " 

MCCARTHY J. H. & CO. 69 Cambridge (see adv. 

dept. p. 177), East Cambridge, " 

Bailey George S. 57 Main, Charlestown 

Campbell Alex. 246 Main, " 

Campbell A. 22 Citv square, " 

GAFFNEY JAMES, 6 Cambridge (see adv. dept. 

p. 196), 
Titus Frank A. 143 Main, " 

Webster G. H. 2294 Bunker Hill, " 

BARKER H. R. & CO. 8 and 10 Central (see advt. 

front cover), Lowell 

PROCTOR J. W. 78 Dutton (see adv. dept. p. 29), " 
Garity & Winegard, 1 1 Prescott, " 

Small J. D., Main, near Bridge, Medford 

CLARK GEO. P., Eliot block, Newton 

COUSENS S. & SON (see adv. dept. p. 116), 

Auburndale, " 
Knapp W. B. & Co., West Newton, " 

Shattuck Nathaniel S., Union square, Somerville 

SULLIVAN C, Union square, " 

THOROGOOD R. F., Broadway, near Mt. Vernon, 

East Somerville, " 

Cobb & Pillsbury, Main, cor. Centre, Wakefield 

NETTLES BROTHERS, Mechanic, near Main 

(see adv. dept. p. 74), " 

SULLIVAN THOMAS V. (see adv. dept. p. 94), Woburn 

Gas Meter Manufacturers. 
Tufts Bros. Charlestown 

Gasometer Manufacturers. 

Kendall & Roberts, 92 Main, Cambridgeport, Cambridge 

Gauge Tubes (Glass). 

MANES A & CO. 23 Main (see adv. dept. p. 155), 

Cambridgeport, Cambridge 



All kinds GOLD ABfD SILVER WATCHES at DODGE'S, 143 Main 
Street, Wofcurn. 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 163 

Gents' Furnishing Goods. 
(See also Clothing Dealers.) 

Richardson M. A. & Co. Arlington 

Bartlett R. T., Page's block, Ayer 

Day G. G. & Co., Merchants' row, " 

DONLON P., jr., Merchants' row (see adv. dept. 

p. 142), 

Tenny J. C. 4 Page's block, " 

Baxter & Sanborn, opp. Cattle Fair Hotel, Brighton 

Kimball William, 3 Harvai-d row, Cambridge 
Cahill Mary E. 486 Cambridge, 

Cambridgeport, " 

Roaf Robert N. 580 Main, " " 

Alden Edward, 130 Cambridge, East Cambridge, " 

Blake Edwin H. 168.J Cambridge, " " 

Brine W. 120 Cambridge, " " 

Griffin D. C. 161 Bridge, " " 

FISH WM. W. 355 Main, Charlestown 

Gilley R. O. ltt Main, » 

Murphy George A. 15 City, " 

Piper Ruel W. 135 Main, « 

Rand John W. 71 Main, " 

Victorson S. V. 11 Main, " 

WOOLLEY CHARLES, JR., Groton 

Fiske James F. Holliston 

GIBLLN THOMAS, " 
AMSDEN & HALL, Trowbridge block (see adv. 

dept. p. 134), Hudson 

Ring Sanford B., Main, cor. Pope, " 
WHITNEY H. W , Main, cor. Felton (see adv. 

dept. p. 125), " 
BARNES H. H. 5 Canal block, Central (see adv. 

dept. p. 45), Lowell 

Birnbaum W. L. 155 Middlesex, " 

Bowers A. E. 33 Central, « 

Brazer Wm. P. & Co. 47 Central, » 

Chase & Sargent, 5 Central, « 

Gage & Marshall, 1 Canal block, " 

Greene John J. 78 Central, " 

Hodgman B. 38 Central, " 

Huse H. E. 4 Canal block, " 
Kileski H. & Co. 30 Central, 

Kimball C. H. 2 Canal block, " 
KURTZ DAVID, 131 Middlesex (see adv. dept. p. 

48), 

Putnam & Son, 102 Central, " 

RICHARDSON A. B. 57 Central, « 

Lawrence R. C. opp. B. & M. depot, Maiden 



Hear the " Aeoline " Stop in Gto. Woods Co.'s Organs. It is a most 
beautiful soft or breathing-stop. 



164 MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



Gents' Furnishing Goods, — continued. 

NEWHALL H. A., Main, cor. Pleasant, Maiden 

Richardson J. C, Central sq. " 
Chesbro George L. 1 Central block, Marlborough 

Johnson J. R. 11 Boyd's block, " 

Lewis Simon, Fulton block, " 

Cleland John & Co. 7 Union block Natick 

Randall R. H. & Co. 14 Union block, " 

CLEMENT C. C. & CO., Bank block, Reading 

Copeland & Bowser, " 

NORRIS JAMES T. 5 Simes' block (see adv. 

dept. p. 77), " 
Reid James & Co., Main, near Haven, " 
BERRY JOHN F. next to Post-office, Stoneham 
CATE JOHN M., Main st. opp. Aaron Hill's gro- 
cery (see advt. p. 5, front), " 
HALL GEORGE, 2 Dow's block (see adv. dept. 

p. 73), " 

Jennings W. 4 Dow's block, " 

Latham A. M. 66 Main, " 
ANDERSON, HOWES & CO., Main, cor. Albion 

(see adv. dept. p 73), Wakefield 
CATE JOHN M., Main, cor. Centre (see adv. 

p. 5, front), . " 

Teel H. B. & Co , Cartwright's block, " 

Appell A. 361 Main, Waltham 

Bamber A. 2 Eagle block, " 

BOND & GAY, Moody, cor. Crescent (see advt. 

front cover), " 

Delany James, 407 Main, " 

Fiye & Marsh, 4 Rumford building, " 

Rogers A. B., Main, opp. Galen, Watertown 

Simonds J. F. " 

CREIIAN P. 225 and 227 Main, . Woburn 

Gage G. R. & Co. 171 Main, " 

GRANT A. 169 Main (see adv. dept. p. 90), " 

HAMMOND J. W. 181 Main, " 

AVheelock & Son, 185 Main, " 

Wood Artomas, 182 Main, " 

Gilt Mouldings. 

Furnald & Cambridge, Fulton, near Willie, Lowell 

Glass Cutter Manufacturers. 

Dow & Son, Jackson, Lowell 

Glass Slickers Manufacturer. 
MCCARTHY JOSEPH (see advt. opp. Porcelain 

Glass Manuf.), Woburn 



ItJ£EI> &■ BAftTOJV'S Plated Ware, at OOWUK'S, 143 Main Street, 
Woburn. 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. J 65 

Glass Ware Dealers. 
MORAN BROTHERS, 238 Cambridge (see adv. 

dept. p. 179), Cambridgeport, Cambridge 

Fairbanks John, 23 Seventh, East Cambridge, " 

Glass Ware Manufacturers. 
Bay State Glass Co. East Cambridge, Cambridge 

McElroy P. J. 109 Bridge (homoeopathic), 

East Cambridge, " 
New England Glass Co. " " 

Boston Bottle Works, Samuel Oakman, agent, Mys- 
tic avenue, Somerville 
Union Glass Co., John P. Gregory, agent, " ■ 
MCCARTHY JOSEPH (porcelain glass for photo- 
graphers) (see advt. opp. Porcelain Glass 
Manuf.), • Woburn 

Glove Cleansers, Colorers and Restorers. 
Reed J. T. & Co., Hancock square, Charlestown 

Glove Dealer. 
Stetefeld O. W. (kid), 82 Green, Charlestown 

Glove Manufacturers. 

White Brothers, 66 East Merrimac, Lowell 

Glue Manufacturers. 

Collins E. J. Lower Falls, Newton 

Collins F. A. Upper Falls, » 

Woodward F. N. " " 

Caldwell & Sawyer, Woburn 

Rich & Leman, " 

Rowe John, jr. & Co. " 

Baeder, Adamson & Co. East Woburn, " 

Grain Dealers. 

(See also Flour and Grain.) 

WRIGHT GEORGE G., Mt Auburn, cor Dunster 

(see advt. p 18, front), Cambridge 

Cutter E. W. 173 River, Cambridgeport, " 

Chandler J. T. Everett 

Waitt W. F. Maiden 

SIMOND SULLIVAN, 97 and 99 Main, Woburn 

Grain Elevators. 
TOWER ALONZO, near the depot, Concord 

GREEN GEORGE B. & SON, Main, near Med- 

ford sq. Medford 



Hear the " Piano " Stop in Geo. "Woods Co.'s Organs. It is a piano of 
exquisite quality of tone which will never require tuning. 



166 MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 

Grainers and Glaziers. 
(See also Painters.) 
Gilson Brothers, Allston, Brighton 

FILLEBROWN SAMUEL, 457 Cambridge (see 

adv. dept. p. 169), Cambridgeport, Cambridge 

ROW & DEER, 625 Main (see adv. dept. p. 16), 

Cambridgeport, " 

JEWETT ARTHUR N. 99 Cambridge (see adv. 

dept. p. 180), East Cambridge, " 

McGILL JOHN, 8 Bartlett (see adv. dept p. 200), 

Charlestown 
HOPSON WILLIAM (grainer) (see advt. back 

colored), Everett 

Chase George W., Willie, cor. Cushing, Lowell 

Bird & Ames, Main, near Bridge, Medford 

Granite Dealers. 
Stearns A. G. Ayer 

BLESSINGTON PETER, 29 Main (see adv. dept. 

p. 5), Cambridgeport, Cambridge 

DAVIS & GOODRICH (see adv. dept. p. 214), 

Cambridgeport, " 

Harrington John, 134 Main, " " 

PARKER A. 43 Main (see adv. dept. p. 4), 

Cambridgeport, " 

Rowe Hus;h, 45 Main. " " 

SANBORN A. C. & CO. near Cragie's bridge (see 

adv. dept. p. 176), East Cambridge, " 

GILMAN & CHENEY, 49 to 59 Medford (see 

adv. dept. p. 196), Charlestown 

MCLAUGHLIN ROBERT, Medford, foot of Cook 

(see adv. dept. p. 192), " 

ANDREWS WILLIAM, Thorndike, near Middle- 
sex (see adv. dept. p. 8), Lowell 
CLOUGH & SWEATT (see adv. dept. p. 39), " 
GUMB LEWIS D., Maple, cor. Gorham (see adv. 

dept. p. 55), " 

LOWELL GRANITE WORKS, Daniel H. Rich- 
ardson, prop., Wm. H. French, agt., Western 
avenue, head of School (see adv. dept p. 32), " 
RUNELS & DAVIS, Thorndike st. (see adv. dept. 

p. 16), » 

RUNELS, DAVIS & FOSTER (see adv. dept. p. 

16), 
GILL ROBERT M. (see adv. dept. p. 103), Waltham 
Eaton John, Graniteville, Westford 

Fletcher Samuel (see adv. dept. p. 144), " " 

PALMER BENJAMIN (see adv. dept. p. 144), 

Graniteville, " 



ROGERS' PLATED WARE, AT DODGE'S, 143 M HiV STREET, 
WO BURN. 



MIDDLESEX COUNT? DIRECTORY. 167 

REED DAVID (see adv. dept. p. 145), 

Graniteville, Westford 
WRIGHT JEPTHA (see adv. dept. p. 146), 

Graniteville, " 

James Andrew, Woburn 

Granite Quarriers. 

(See also Stone Quarriers.) 

Harrington John, 134 Main, Cambridgeport, Cambridge 
Fletcher Samuel, Graniteville, Westford 

Palmer Benjamin, " " 

Reed David, " " 

Reed William, " " 

Wright Jeptha, " " 

Granite Works . 

McDonald Alex., opp. Mt Auburn gate, Cambridge 

BLESSINGTON PETER, 29 Main (see adv. dept. 

p. 6), Cambridgeport, " 

DAVIS & GOODRICH, 81 Main (see adv. dept. 

p. 214), Cambridgeport, " 

Harrington John, 134 Main, "• " 

HORGAN JOHN J. 53 Main (see adv. dept. p. 

219), Cambridgevtf>rt, " 

PARKER ARTEMAS, 43 Main (see adv. dept. p. 

4), Cambridgeport, " 

Rowe Hugh, 45 Main, " " 

SANBORN A. C. & CO., near Cragie's bridge 

(see adv. dept. p. 176), East Cambridge, " 

GILMAN & CHENEY, 49 to 59 Medford (see 

adv. dept. p. 196), Charlestown 

MCLAUGHLIN ROBERT, Medford, foot of Cook 

(see adv. dept. p. 192), " 

CLOUGH & SWEATT (see adv. dept. p. 39), Lowell 
Rice Henry J., Edgeworth st. Maiden 

GILL ROBERT M. (see adv. dept. p. 103), Waltham 
Knox & Angier, Watertown 

Grate Bars for Steam Engines. 

BRADFORD WILLIAM R., Washington, cor. 
Myrtle (see adv. dept. p. 71), 

East Somerville, Somerville 

Greenhouses. 

BRIGHAM CHARLES G. (see adv. dept. p. 138), 

Hudson 
HOUGHTON GEORGE (see adv. dept. p. 130), 
POPE DANIEL (see adv. dept. p. 136), " 



the beautiful new styles of cases in GEORGE WOODS CO.'S 
Organs. 





168 MIDDLESEX 


COUNTY DIRECTORY. 


Grindstones. 


BUTCHER JOHN, 17 


Middle (see adv. dept. p. 


211), 


Lowell 


Grist Mills. 


(See also 


Flouring Mills.) 


Wetherbee Daniel, 


Acton 


Faulkner W. E. & Co. 


South Acton, " 


Parker Edwin C. 


West Acton, " 


Fowle Samuel A. 


Arlington 


Davis John, 


Ashby 


Flint Levi, 


a 


Cutler S. N. 


Ashland 


Lincoln Caleb, 


« 


BALCH FRANCIS, 


Ayer 


BALCH OSCAR A. 


« 


Ashby William M. (estate of), Bedford 


Herrick George R. 


Billerica 


Richardson John 0. 


cc 


Reed Edward, 


Burlington 


Cutter E. W. 


Cambridgeport, Cambridge 


Adams Charles E. 


Carlisle 


Melvin W. T. & Co. 


Charlestown 


TUFTS NATHAN & SON, " 


Perham David, 


Chelmsford 


Russell Abbott, 


(C 


Gray, Palmer & Pendergast, North Chelmsford, " 


Angier Daniel E. 


Concord 


Fletcher Cyrus & Co. 


West Concord, " 


Damon, Smith & Co. 


Westvale, " 


Varnum Nathaniel, 


Dracut 


Swallow Daniel, 


Dunstable 


Woodward James, 


it 


Chandler J. T. 


Everett 


Cutler S. N. & Co. South Framingham, Framingham 


Saxonville Mills, 


Saxonville, " 


Raddin J. B. & Co. 


Groton 


Pond Caleb A. 


Hopkinton 


Smith W. 


" 


Wood A. W. 


Woodville, " 


Brigham Rufus H. 


Hudson 


Bruce Horatio, 


« 


Blaisdell Ebenezer, 


Lincoln 


Harrington George F. 


k 


Parker James A. 


Littleton 


Dodge, Sherburne & Co. 


, Western ave. Lowell 


LIVINGSTON W. E. 


9 Thorndike (see adv. 


dept. p 11), 


" 



The best place to buy your Watches and Jewelry is at Dodge's, 143 
Main Street, Woburn. 





MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 169 


STILES, [ROGERS & CO. 


23 Market (see adv. 


dept. p 28), 




Lowe 11 


Wood S. N. & Son, 




" 


Manning Joseph, 




Marlborough 


GREEN GEORGE B. 


& SON, Main, near Medford 


square, 




Medford 


Quint James, 




" 


Morse Andrew, 




South Natick, Natick 


Robbins Cyrus, 




«< tt 


Brackett Albert, 




Newton 


WHIPPLE ORRIN (see adv 


. dept. p. 113), " 


Lord John B. 




Newton Centre, " 


Eames Joseph, 




North Reading 


Symonds & Co. 




it 


Bennett William P. 




Pepperell 


Parker H. A. & Co. 




East Pepperell, " 


Leland James H. 




Sherborn 


Kilburn Jonathan, 




Shirley 


Delany James, 




Stow 


Smith Micah & Son, 




« 


Pratt N. L. 




Sudbury 


Willis J. P. 




k 


Burtt & Livingston, 




Tewksbury 


Trull Nathaniel, 




Lowell, " 


Adams A. M. 




Townsend Centre, Townsend 


Spaulding Edward, 


Townsend Harbor, " 


Saunders Lewis, 




West Townsend, " 


Upton John G. 




Tyngsborough 


Ryan S. L. & Co. 307 Main, 


Waltham 


Perkins Wm. 




Watertown 


Grout William C. 




Way land 


Rice George A. 




" 


Heywood & Burbeck, 




Westford 


Cutting Marshall, 




Weston 


Brown Silas, 




Wilmington 


Harnden Heirs, 




« 


Wentworth William, 




it 


SIMONDS SULLIVAN, 97 and 99 Main, Wobun 


Richardson & Sons, 




North Woburn, " 




Grocers. 


(See also Country Stores.) 


Taylor Brothers, 




Acton 


Tarbell Edwin, 




South Acton, " 


Bradley Leander L. 




Arlington 


PEIRCE LEANDER 


&CO 


., Arlington ave., cor. 


Medford (see adv. 


dept. 


p. 80), 


Rowe Matthew, 




u 



A visit to the ware rooms an d factory of Geo. Woods Co., 624 Main st. 
Camoridgep ort, will ttmply repay all interested in music. 



170 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



Grocers, — continued. 

Russell Thomas H. Arlington 

Waugh Michael, " 

Enslin Frank, Ashland 

Underwood & Colman, " 

BROWN & KITTREDGE, Ayer 
SHERWIN L. & CO. 1 Page's block (see adv. dept. 

p. 140), 

Stewart Hiram, " 

Stone E. D. & Co. " 

Truda S. " 

Adams Aaron A. Belmont 

Richardson Francis E. Billerica 

Harding F., opp. Cattle Fair Hotel, Brighton 

HUNT THOMAS, Brighton Corner, " 

Kendall Salma, Brighton Corner, " 

Sanger D. Otis, " 

Shaw J. S. & Co. " 
Bristou James, East Brighton, " 

Grace & Co. Allston, " 

Manning J. B. " " 

Boyden & Co. 2 Brewer's block, Cambridge 

Dwyer Patrick, 21 Charles River, " 

Hall Orrin, 9 Harvard square, " 

Lewis Charles J 150 Harvard, " 

Messer D. E. & Bro. 155 Harvard, " 

Messer M. 27 Brighton, " 

Perry, Tyler & Co. 456 Harvard, " 

Pickering Mark, 8 and 10 Mt. Auburn, " 

Ricker V. P. 156 Harvard, " 

Robbins M. D., Brighton, cor. Mt. Auburn, " 

Smith Geo. H. 88 Harvard, " 

Verity J., Cambridge, cor. Columbia, " 

Wilkinson & Daly, 426 Harvard, " 
WOOD ALFRED, 5 Harvard row (see adv. dept. 

p. 153), " 
Wyeth James H. 6 Brattle (see adv. dept. p. 156), " 
Atwood Lyman W. 128 Brookline, Carabridgeport, " 

Baker M. & Son, 421 Main, " " 

Booth Thomas, 86 Pleasant, " " 

Breen & Ellis, 279 Cambridge, " " 

Bridge S. G. 514 Main, " 

Brown & Davidson, 77 Pearl, " " 

BULLOCK THOMAS, 365 Cambridge, " 

Burke John, Porter, near Warren, " " 

Callaghan Dennis, 349 Main, " " 

Callahan B. 19 Washington, " " 

Carey Thomas, 14 Jefferson, " " 

Carruth Chas. E. 72 River, " " 



When you are in Wobnru, call in at Dodge's and take a look at Ills 
, Stock or Watches, Silver Ware, <fcc, 143 Main Street. 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 171 

Carter Edward J. 130 Brookline, 

Cambridgeport, Cambridge 
Caseland Lawrence, 149 Windsor, " " 

Conley James, " " 

Cotter E. J. 30 Brookline, " " 

Crowley Geo. E. 531 Main, " " 

Cunningham Simon, Hampton, cor. Columbia, 

Cambridgeport, " 

Curren William, 436 Cambridge, " " 

Dinan Thomas, 68 Pearl, " « 

Drake Alvin, 6 Hamilton, " " 

Ellis L. P. 436 Cambridge, " « 

Eustace Alexander, 83 Pearl, " " 

Farrell & Mullen, 623 Main, " " 

Fitzpatrick William, 121 Hampshire, " " 

G-ay & Walker, 649 Main, « " 
Goodnow Geo. W., Norfolk, cor. Harvard, " '« 

Gove Calvin, 568 Main, " " 

Grinham John, 115 Pleasant, " " 

Hannum L. M. 517 Main, " " 

Harding E. K. 281 Broadway, " " 

Harlow John H. 59 River, * " " 

Hegarty Jeremiah, Hampshire, " " 

Holmes J. A. & Co. 610 Main, " " 

Houghton U. M. & Co., Atwood's Cor. " " 

Hovey J. Dana, 532 Main, " " 

Hull 'Robert, 484 Cambridge, " " 

Ingalls Henry B. 249 Broadway, " " 

James Samuel, 543 Main, " " 

Lennon John & Son, 69 Pearl, " " 

Lewis C. J. 150 Harvard, " " 

Lombard James M. 430 Cambridge, " " 

Lombard J. M. 52 Broadway, " " 

Lyons Jerr}', 466 Cambridge, " " 

Lyons John S. 397 Cambridge, " " 

Magrew Morris F. 55 Washington, " " 

Maguire Thomas, 93 Main, « " 

Mahoney Dennis, 335 Cambridge, " " 

Marsden James, 395 Main, " " 

McCann Eliza Mrs. 73 Pearl, " " 

McDermott Thomas, 155 Columbia, " " 

McGurk James, 1 Webster ave. " " 

McGurk Hugh, Rideout st. " « 

McKeon James, 63 Hampshire, " " 

Messer D. E. & Co. 159 Harvard, " " 

Montgomery Andrew, 34 Hampshire, " " 

Morey P. 361 Main, « " 

Mulcahy J. F. 188 Norfolk, « " 

Nixon John, Jefferson st. " " 



Geo. Woods Co.'s Parlor and "Vestry Organs are not equalled for 
purity and brilliancy of tone. 



172 MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 

Grocers, — continued. 
Plancich V., Harvard, cor. Brewery, 

Cambridgeport, Cambridge 

Prior Patrick, 2 Jefferson st. " " 

Ricker V. P. 153 Harvard, " « 

Rupert William H. 398 Cambridge, " " 

Ryder & Davis, 126 Inman, " " 

Sargent & Verity, 171 Main, '« " 

Sexton P. 376 Cambridge, " " 

Shea Patrick, 145 Hampshire, " " 

Sime & Cunningham, 122 Columbia, " " 

Smith C. H. 483 Main, " " 
SMITH & SULLIVAN, 281 Broadway (see adv. 

dept. p. 172), Cambridgeport, " 

Stimson John D. 8 Porter, " " 

Sullivan M. D. 6 Hamilton, " " 
Tobin William, 423 Cambridge, and Willow place, 

Cambridgeport, " 

Waite John B. 345 Cambridge, " " 

Warnock William, 64 Pearl, " " 

White C. 385 Cambridge, " " 

White William J. 126 Pleasant, " " 

Wright Frederick E. 404 Main, " " 
Ball Edward, Spring, cor. Fourth, 

East Cambridge, " 

Bartley John M., Fifth, cor Vine, " " 

Blake Edwin H. 158 Cambridge, " " 
BOYLE JAMES 125 Third, 

Burns Thomas, Fifth, cor. Gore, " " 

Campbell Hugh, 99 Third, " " 

Carey Thomas, Jefferson, near Warren, " " 

Casey P., Fourth, cor. Vine, " " 

Connors Thomas, Third, cor. Gore, " " 

Conway T. 8 Eighth, " " 

Davis Charles, 109 Third, " " 

Davis & Ray, 206 and 208 Cambridge, " " 

Devine Francis, 240 Cambridge, " " 

Doherty Henry A. 171 Bridge, " " 

Dolloff B. W. 14 Gore, " « 

Fahy John L. 89 Fifth, " " 

Fitzmaurice Thomas Mrs. 100 Third, " " 

Flanigan M. A. 120 Third, " " 

Galagher Neal, 115 Front, « " 

Garvin T. 91 Fifth, " « 

Gillighan J. H., Bridge, cor. Fourth, " " 

Gillin John, 242 Cambridge, '' " 

Guy Edward, Cambridge, cor. Hunting, " " 
HAUGHEY M. E. 109 Fourth (see 

adv. dept. p. 182), " 



Frank IS. Dodge, 142 Main Street, Woburn, will fill orders for Goods, 
at Manufacturers' Prices. Give him a call. 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 173 

Hovey H. N., Gore, cor. Third, 

East Cambridge, Cambridge 

Kelleher B., Otis and Seventh, " « 

Kirshten G. 220 Cambridge, " « 

Long Michael, 49 Gore, " " 

Mahony Dennis, 335 Cambridge, " " 

Mains John, 13 Vine, " " 

McCaffrey C. Mrs , Fourth, cor. Charles, " " 

McGuire Thomas, « " 

Mclaughlin thomas f. 16 vine, " " 

McPeak Patrick, 64 Charles, " « 

Moor J. C. 192 Cambridge, " « 

Murphy John, 109 Court, " « 

Nixon William, Cambridge, cor. McCabe, 

East Cambridge, " 

O'Neal John, 24 Vine, " " 

Palmer John, Gore, cor. Second, " « 

People's Union Store, 165 Bridge, '« " 

Quinn Charles, 116 Fourth, " " 

QUINN PATRICK, 27 Charles, 

Robinson Agnes, 49 Sixth, " « 

ROBINSON T. B. 47 Sixth, 

Shea Timothy, Water, cor. Bridge, " " 

Shedd Alonzo, 101 Cambridge, " " 

Stevens George P., Fourth, cor. Spring, u " 

Stewart Orlando, 125 Cambridge, " « 

Swanton John, 22 North, " " 

Train Edmund, Bridge, cor. East, " » 

Wait John B. 345 Cambridge, " « 

WHEELER P. C. & CO., Bridge, cor. East (see 

adv. dept. p. 178), East Cambridge, " 

Wheeler Pnilip, Bridge, cor. East, " " 

Hews Michael, North ave. cor. Cedar, 

North Cambridge, " 

Hutchins William, Milk, cor. Cottage, " " 

Maguire James, " " 

McConnell Daniel, 39 Spruce, " « 

Murphy Michael, " " 

Smith A. R. 225 North ave. " " 

Smith J. Charles, North ave. cor. Dover, 

North Cambridge, " 
Adams John Q. 13 Waverley block, Charlestown 

Ade Edmund, 29 Bainbridge, " 

Barnes C. Mrs. 296 Medford, » 

BARRY RICHARD R. 1 Bunker Hill, " 

Bates S. F. 99 Washington, " 

Bingham L. R. 106 Bunker Hill, « 
BO WEN JAMES, 330 Medford, 

Bray & Stowell 73 Main, " 



George Woods Co.'s Combination Solo Stoos are remarkable for the 
beauty and variety of the musical effects of -which they are capable. 



174 MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 


Grocers, — continued. 




Brooks & Stover, 299 Main, Charlestown 


BURGESS EDWARD B. 259 Bunker Hill, 


(C 


Burns Lawrence, 41 Henley, 


u 


Butler M. 0. 113 Bunker Hill, 


" 


Callahan John, 27 Vine, 


u 


Cass J. H. & Co. 203 Main, 


t( 


Cassidy Edward, 39 Corey, 


" 


Charlestown Workingmen's Trading Association, 




High, cor. Elm, 


(C 


CHURCHILL JAMES C. 38 Medford, 


« 


Coady David, 82 Tremont, 


u 


Coffey M. H. & J. W. 486 Medford, 


(t 


COFFEY PATRICK F. 332 Bunker Hill, 


" 


Co-operative Store, Geo. H. Spaulding, agent, 213 




Bunker Hill, 


" 


Corey J. W. 5 Moulton, 


u 


Cowles W. A. & A. S. 589 Main, 


u 


Cronin John, 35 Park, 


" 


DENNETT & COOPER, 162 Main, 


u 


Downer F. E. 18 City square, 


" 


Downing Learned, 152 Main, 


" 


Dunn V. N. 540 Main, 


» 


Dunnigan John, 27 Bunker Hill, 


» 


Farrington G. M. 139 Main, 


u 


Fillebrown S. L. 189 Bunker Hill, 


" 


Flanagan George & John, 390 Bunker Hill, 


U 


Flanagan Patrick, 486 Main, 


(( 


Flanagan Wm. 526 Medford, 


(C 


Flynn John, 536 Medford, 


» 


Fox David B. 31 Main, 


" 


Freeman M. M., Medfprd, cor. Cook, 


" 


Fults George H. 377 Main, 


" 


Gerry W. J. 43 Princeton, 


" 


Ginn James F. 156 Bunker Hill, 


It 


Gline Bradford E 111 Bunker Hill, 


U 


Gould C. A. 29 Austin, 


l( 


Hall Moses B. 271 Main, 


" 


Harity James, 46 Moulton, 


(( 


Harrington D. J. 32 Bow, 


(< 


Harrington Michael, 62 Chelsea, 


(t 


Hathon Otis I. 245 Main, 


" 


HAYES C. MRS. 385 Bunker Hill, 


(< 


Heustis Milton L. P. 15 Russell, 


" 


Hill S. Prentiss & Co. 129 Main, 


" 


HOOPER C. A. 334 Main, 


" 


Jarvis Brothers, 1 and 3 Bainbridge, 


" 


Jennings W. H. 170 Medford, 


(i 


Jones Charles G 549 Main, 


" 


1. - ... -- 



Buy your Goods at Home. Save time and Monty toy calling at Dodge's, 
143 Main Street, Woburn. 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 175 



Keenan Owen, 133 Front, Charlestown 

Kelley Michael, 40 Cook, " 

Kenney Eliza M. Mrs. 40 Quincy, " 

Kerr William, 44 Corey, li 

Kevill C. Mrs. 140 Bunker Hill, " 

Keyes E, " 

Leonard Luke, 90 Decatur, " 

Lovering G. H. 400 Main, *« 

Magin John, 16 Bunker Hill, " 

Mahoney Wra. H. 87 Warren, " 

Maloney E. Mrs. 29 Corey, " 

Maloney Walter, 6 Walnut, " 

Martin Annie Mrs. 16 Medford, " 

McCarthy Charles, Alford, cor. West, " 

McCarty Florence, 20 Bow, " 

McMahon Thomas, 306 Medford, " 

McSweeney Dennis, 14 Wapping, " 

McSweeny E. 2 Moulton, " 

Meserv'e John S. 211 Bunker Hill, " 

Mitchell J. 86 Tremont, «« 

Monahan Patrick, 504 Main, " 

Moore James, 84 Medford, " 

Morrill J. L. 159 Bunker Hill, " 

Morris Mary 79 Tremont, » 

Morrison William, 5 Short, " 

Mulcahy John, 127 Front, " 

Mullett John, Chelsea, cor. Henley, " 
Murphy M. B & J. H., Richmond, cor. Chapman, " 

Nason R. 149 Bunker Hill, » 

Neary Patrick J. 9 Bunker Hill, " 

Nesmith S. M. 51 Warren, " 

O'Brien William, 479 Main, « 

O'Neill Michael, 143 Chelsea, " 

PARKER JOHN A. 52 and 56 Bunker Hill, " 

Parker & Reed, Perkins, cor. Haverhill, " 

Peaslee & King, 624 Main, " 

Pingree Laura A. 560 Main, " 
POOR & ROBBINS, 323 and 325 Main, 

Poore Edward H. 54 Russell, " 

Porter James F. 660 Main, " 

Porter S. A. 419 Bunker Hill, " 

Powers B. Mrs. 17 Bunker Hill, " 

Prime Oliver, 214 Main, " 
PRIOR PATRICK, 18 Medford (see advt. p. 22, 

front), " 

Quinlan P. 356 Medford, « 

Rea J. & Son, 84 Main, " 

Keardon John, 13 Decatur, " 

Reed Andrew, 16 North Mead, " 



The cases of Geo. Woods Co.'s Organs are of the most beautiful aad 
graceful designs. 



176 MIDDLESEX CJUNTY 


DIRECTORY. 




Grocers, — continued. 






Riley John, 40 Belmont, 


Charlestown 


Roberts Brothers, Perkins, cor. Brighton, 


« 


Ryan Henry, 78 Decatur, 




« 


Sanborn G. D. & Co. 98 Green, 




" 


Sawin S. D. & Co. 352 Main, 




M 


Scanlan Joseph F. 11 Corey, 




(C 


Sharkey H. 560 Medford, 




C( 


Simonds & Dilson, 190 Chelsea, 




u 


Stevens George W. 58 Green, 




cc 


Stickney Lyman, 214 Main, 




(( 


Sullivan Amy, 50 Lexington, 




(( 


Sullivan Florence, 481 Main, 




l< 


Sullivan Patrick, 36, 38 and 40 Henley, 


u 


Swallow A. N. 12 and 13 City square, 


" 


Talbot B. Mrs. 42 Tufts, 




K 


Townsend Michael, 25 Princeton 




t( 


Walsh Kate, 47 Lawrence, 




cc 


Wiley John L. 60 Bartlett, 




C( 


Worthen W. H., jr. 26 Moulton, 




cc 


Hall G. B. North Chelmsford, Chelmsford 


Shaw E. & Son, 


cc 


cc 


SLEEPER J. F. 


« 


(C 


PERRY JOHN N. West Chelmsford, 


11 


WINSHIP M. H. 


cc 


cc 


BuLtrick & Pratt, 




Concord 


Dowel F. W., Main st. 




(C 


Dowd John, 




cc 


HOSMER BROTHERS, 




cc 


Walcott & Holden, 




CC 


EMMONS DANIEL & CO., Masonic building 


Everett 


Hanning R. 




(< 


Oakes Uriah, agent, 




cc 


Whittier George W. 




(( 


Alderman O. & Son, 


Framingham 


Bean C. 




CC 


Brackett William, 




(C 


Joyes Garrett, 




cc 


Kendall E. F. 




cc 


Warren E. H. 




cc 


Clark R. S. South Framingham, 


cc 


Howe W. 


u 


cc 


Oakes O. S. 


cc 


cc 


Ames J. M. 


Saxonville, 


cc 


Bryant M. 




cc 


Burns Martin, 




' cc 


Fuller L.F. 




" 


HAMILTON & SON, 




cc 


Leslie Thomas, 




" 



Silver Ware made to order at Dodge's, 14 3 Alain Street, Woburu, less 
than Boston prices. 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 177 

Puffer Elijah, Saxonville, Framingham 

Stone Charles F. " " 

SHATTUCK MILO H. Groton 

Stevens Thomas K. " 
BATCHELDER J. M. Holliston 
BIGELOW BROS. & CO. (see adv. dept. p. 

190), 
CARR SAMUEL E. 2 Pond's block (see adv. 

dept p. 188), « 
DANIELS TIMOTHY (see adv. dept. p. 188), 

Fisk Lovett, " 

Gassett O. W. 1 Pond's block, " 

O'Connell D. D. « 

Parmenter A. J. East Holliston, " 

Flanigan P. Braggville, " 

Mahon J. & B. Hopkinton 

McEnelly M. « 
Morse W. H. & C. H. 

Woodard D. P. & Co. " 
Co-operative Association, Charles L. Woodbury, 

agent, Hudson 

HOLDEN W. P. & SON (see adv. dept. p. 131), '« 

MOORE E. S., Central st. (see adv. dept. p. 128), " 
MUNROE & CO., Houghton's block (see adv. dept. 

p. 134), 

PETERS & DERBY, Wood square, " 

Senecal & Frederick, " 

Wood Solon, " 
Butters C. A. Lexington 

Whitcher H., Main, near depot, " 

CHILDS A. East Lexington, " 

Holbrook R. W. " » 

Barry Edward, 88 Market, Lowell 

Barton M. A. 256 Merrimac, " 

Benner & Dole, 5 Branch, " 

Bergeron Louis N. 8 Cabot, " 

Booth John J. 75 Charles, " 

BRADY P. F. 167Gorham (see adv. dept. p. 53), " 

Britton R. F. 135 Middlesex, " 
BROPHY JAMES, Market, cor. Dummer (see adv. 

dept. p. 22), « 

Bryant Daniel, 110 Middlesex, " 

Burrows & Sons, 53 Gorham, '* 

Buttrick & Co. 20 Market, « 
CAHILL JOHN, 66 Suffolk, 

Caldwell P. & Co. 68 Gorham, " 

Callahan Charles, 42 and 44 River, " 

Carolin Thomas, 8 Howe, " 

Cheney C. W. 5 Middle, " . 



Geo. Woods Co.'s Organs are constructed in the most thorough and 
perfect i 

12 



178 MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



Grocers, — continued. 

Cheney George S. 149 Central, Lowell 

Churchill S. W. 56 Middlesex, " 

Clark M. C. 19 East Merrimac, " 

Clement E. A. & Co. 243 Merrimac, " 

Clousrh Walter S. 195 Central, " 

COCHRANE G. W., Broadway, cor. School, " 

Coffran & Davis, Race, cor. Ford, " 

COLLINS JAMES, 68 Market, " 

Cooney M. J. Mrs. 138 Lawrence, " 
COSGROVE JOHN, 272 Merrimac (see adv. dept. 

p. 212), 

Coubum & Smith, 201 Middlesex, " 

Couillard & Denauld, Suffolk market, " 

Coulson Samuel, 60 Gorham, " 
COURTNEY P. & J. 104 Suffolk (see adv. dept. 

P- 1), 

Courtney William, 50 River, " 

Dempsev Patrick, 171 Market, " 
DEVINE JOHN, 79 Church, 

Devine Patrick J. 3 Water, " 

Donovan & Co. 227 Central, " 

Duff John Mrs. 15 River, ' k 

Eagan Thomas, 103 Gorham, " 

Eaton Job S. 24 Common, " 

Emerson Luther, 8 East Merrimac, " 

Emerson & Kittredge, 29 Middlesex, " 

Farley Owen, 74 Gorham, " 

Farrell Henry, 239 Gorham, " 

FECTEAU A. L., Liberty square, " 

Felch Stephen A. 288 Middlesex, " 

Forbush Charles, 147 Middlesex, " 

Fosdick L. G. 294 Central, " 

Freeman & Bailey, 23 Franklin square, " 

Fuller Jason, 65 East Merrimac, " 
GAUDETTE C. 212 Middlesex (see adv. dept. p. 59), " 

Gibson Brothers, 4 Bridge, " 

Gilroy Michael, 179 Market, " 

Gray Peter, 187 Lawrence, " 

Greenwood Bros. 209 and 211 Lawrence, " 
Hall C. & A. P. 26 Andover, 

Harford A. S. 33 East Merrimac, " 

Hartwell J. D. 251 Merrimac, " 
HEBERT BROS. 190 Middlesex (see adv. dept. 

p. 54), 

Hemtnway Marshall, 221 Central, " 

Hennessy John, Market, cor. Maiden lane, " 
Higgins James, 141 Lawrence, 

Hoar Michael, Dutton, cor. Market, " 



Frank B. Dodge, Watches, Jewelry, SilverlVare, Sewing Machines, 
Musical Instruments, Fancy Goods, <fcc, 143 Slain Street, Woburn, 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 179 

Ingham W. A. 167 Middlesex, Lowell 

Jandrin J. A. &. Co., Bridge, cor. River, " 

Jenness H. S. 273 Merrimac, " 

Keiley Roger, 141 Market, ■« 

Kennedy Thomas, Castle block, Adams st. " 
KEYS PATRICK, Market, cor. Hanover, 

Kiley Lawrence, Market, cor. Lewis, " 

Kimball D. J., Prescott's block, " 
KNOWLES THOMAS, 159 Lawrence (see adv. 

dept. p. 54), " 

Knowlton C. H. 84 Appleton, " 

Lane & Merriam, under Music Hall, " 

Lee Mary, ] 19 Lawrence, " 

Leonard John, 85 East Merrimac, " 

Lovejoy Edwin, 45 East Merrimac, . " 

Lynch Bros. 97 Gorham, " 

Lynch C. Mrs., Suffolk, cor. Broadway, " 

Manning Daniel W. 30 Adams, '* 

Marren James, 150 Market, " 

Mason & Currier, 255 Merrimac, " 

Mathews & Lake, 195 Central, " 

McAloon William, 69 Gorham, " 

McAnnis E. 55 Middle, . " 

McGuire Ann Mrs. 11 Davidson f " 

McGUIRK PATRICK, Suffolk, cor. Broadway, " 

McManis C. 28 Davidson, " 

McNabb John, 8 Merrimac, " 

McNabb Brothers, 8 Merrimac, " 

McQuade M. 60 Middle, « 

McSorley Alexander, 80 Middle, M 

Mealey & Guyton, 308 Merrimac, " 

MELLEN P. F. 56 Fayette, « 

Miller Brothers, Bridge, cor. Third, " 

MILTON & TENNEY, 113 Thorndike, " 

Minanaugh John, 40 Gorham, " 

MOLLAHAN BROTHERS, 64 Charles, " 
MOONEY CHRISTOPHER, 9 Davidson (see adv. 

dept. p. 98), » 

Munn & Son, 11 John, " 

Murphy Daniel, 82 Suffolk, » 

Murphy Jeremiah, 7 Andover, " 

Nichols & Fletcher, Church, cor. Central, " 
NORTON & FRONDEAU, 214 Middlesex (see 

adv. dept. p. 39), " 

O'Brien James, 66 Charles, " 

O'Hearn C. 1 18 Market, " 

O'Loughlin Patrick, 4 Fayette, " 

Owens James, 50 Gorham, " 

Parker Artemas, 45 Middlesex, " 



Hear tlie " Vox Humana" (stop in Geo. Woods Co. 'a Organs; it is 
baritone solo stop, not a mere fan or tremolo. 



180 MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



Grocers, — continued. 
Patnaud Joseph, 328 Merrimac, Lowell 

Pearson J. & J. M. 2 and 3 Shattuck, " 

Persons Randolph, 214 Merrimac, " 

Phinley Michael, 22 Adams, . " 

Puffer Asahel D. & Co. 32 Middlesex, " 

Powers & Munn, 11 John, " 

Quinn P. 4 Salem, " 
RAFTER P. H. 203 Market (see adv. dept. p. 22), " 

Ranlett & Plaisted, 69 Dutton, " 

Richardson John B., Liberty square, " 

Riley Bernard, 77 Church, " 

Riley John, 167 Gorham, " 

Runals Robert K. 319 Merrimac, " 

Russell A L., Branch, cor. School, " 
RUSSELL B. F. & C. E., Market, cor. Dummer 

(see adv. dept. p. 21), " 

Russell Cyrus K., Merrimac, cor. Suffolk, " 
RYAN JOHN E. 197 Gorham (see adv. dept. 

p. 13), 

Sargent Charles H. 12 Tilden, " 

Sawyer Thomas, 8 Adams, " 

Sheahan Edward, 28 Gorham, " 
SHELDON A. W. 2 Cabot (see adv. dept. p. 21), " 
SLEEPER L. 0. & CO., Suffolk, cor. Market (see 

adv. dept. p. 57), " 

Smith Charles, 33 Fayette, " 

Smith Patrick, 306 Merrimac, " 

Stevens Lawrence, 92 Broadway, " 

Stickney & Spofford, Second, cor. Bridge, " 

Stiles John & Co. 181 Central, " 

Streeter Harrison W. 7 John, " 

SUGDEN WILLIAM, Agawam, cor. Andrew, " 

Sullivan Timothy, 177 Lawrence, " 

Tierney Michael, 67 Gorham, " 
TOLMAN J. C. 368 Merrimac (see adv. dept. p. 9)," 

VARCHEREAU P. 308 Merrimac, " 
Waldo Allen & Son, 189 Middlesex, 

Ward J. P. 21 Walnut, " 

Washburn C. D. 31 Market, " 

Wheeler Albert, 12 Tilden, u 

Whitehead & Shorey, 60 and 64 Middlesex, " 

Whitly John, 84 Market, " 
Whittemore I. W. 29 East Merrimac, 

Woods John C, Adams, cor. Cross, " 

Wort lien E. B. & Co 216 Merrimac, " 
WORTHEN & COBURN, Market, cor. Worthen, u 
WRIGHT A. C. & CO. 14 Market, 
Clark George R Maiden 



Frank B. Dodge, Watchmaker, 142 Alain Street, Woburn. Watches 
Repaired. 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 


181 


Dean E. & Co. 


Maiden 


Hill Brothers, 


u 


Huntress A. & Co., Stan wood block, 


(C 


Marchant D. S., Abbott's block, 


(( 


Marston & Crane, Main, near square, 


" 


McDonnell John, 


(( 


Park J. H. 


(( 


Scully John, 


(C 


Shepard Brothers, Pleasant, near Central sq. 


M 


Wheeler A. & Co., Abbott's block, 


« 


Haseltine G. H. Maplewood 


> 


Hunting Wm. S. " 


(( 


Shackford & Bryant, " 


t< 


Arnold Brothers, Berry's block, Marlborough 


CHILDS J. (see adv. dept. p. 121), 


<C 


Childs & Co. 


Ci 


Cunningham Levi 0., Childs' block, 


(( 


Hayden T. W. 


(C 


Johnson John, 


" 


Lattinvill Louis, 


" 


Lowe William & J. 


u 


Marshall John H. 


" 


Morse & Bigelow, 


« 


Quirk & Brewin, 


(C 


Rice & Gassett, 


» 


Stone John & Co. 2 Fairmount block, 


(( 


Wheeler J. F. 


« 


COLMAN WATERMAN, Usher's bldg, High 


St. 


(see adv. dept. p. 67), 


Medford 


Currier Charles E., Medford sq. 


1 1 


Haskell John, 


" 


Hutchins Amos, Union, cor. Mystic ave. 


« 


Hyde James, 


(C 


Jaquith Henry H. 


" 


Richardson James P. 


tt 


Sampson George H. 


u 


Washburn Lewis H. 


" 


Ober J. E. West Medford, 


IC 


Bugbee & Barrett, 


Melrose 


Hayward C. H. 


Ct 


Worthen James & Co. 


(( 


Adams J. G. & Co. 1 Union block, 


Natick 


Burns Lawrence, 1 Leach block, 


(C 


Clark Edward, Main, cor. Central, 


(< 


Clark & Hunt, Common, cor. Main, 


Ci 


Griffin L. P. Mrs., Union, 


" 


HASTINGS A. T. (see adv. dept. p. 119), 


« 


Hammond E. W., North Main, 


a 


Hunt Charles H., Main, cor. Common, 


(C 



Aeoline" Stop in Geo. Woods Co.'s Organs. It is a 
beautiful soft or breathing-stop. 



182 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



South Natick, 



Grocers, — continued, 
Natick Protective Union, 
Bartlett M. V. B. 
Plummer E. P. 
Atwood D. C. 
Felch C. H. 

Hathaway G. C. 9 & 11 North Main, 
Kelsey W. H. & Co. 
Newell Charles, Cole's block, 
Warner John, Warner's block, 
Davis J. W. 
Plummer Albert, 
Dimond & Weatherbee, 
Flagg A. 

Warner John & Son, 
White & Knapp, 
Frothingham W. L. 
Gleason H. N. 
Lovett J. B. 
Billings Beriah, 
Fanning H. W. & Son, 
Howe John W. 
Lowe William, 
Sherman H. A. 
Barber & Waters, 

Houghton B. F. " 

Robinson F. & G. " 

Foster Chas. A. 
Atkinson G. W. 

PARKER & STONE, Main, opp. Haven, 
Turner Lucius, Haven, near depot, 
Bartlett James, Union sq. 
Bullard Charles H., Milk, cor. Park, 
Burns William, Medford, cor. Ward, 
CARPENTER BROTHERS, Milk, cor. Laurel, 
Clark Patrick, Medford, next railroad, 

Crowley , agent, Milk, cor. Sacramento, 

Doherty James, 
Gallagher F. C. 

Gifford & Canavan, School, cor. Berkley, 
Hamblen J. B., Milk, cor. Spring, 
Hepburn James, Milk, cor. Mystic, 
Johnson C. T., Winter Hill, 
McGowen M. Mrs. 

MELLEY MICHAEL, Milk, cor. Medford, 
MYERS PATRICK, Milk, cor. Medford, 
O'Brien John & Co., Webster ave, cor. Prospect, 
O'NEIL CHARLES, Milk, near Medford (see 
advt. front colored), 



Felchville, 



Auburndale, 
Lower Falls, 



Newton Centre, 
Newtonville, 



Upper Falls, 



West Newton, 



Natick 



Newton 



North Reading 
Reading 



Somerville 



Frank B. Dodge, Optician, 142 Main Street, Woburn, dealer in Spec- 
tacles and Eyeglasses. 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 


183 | 


Peasley & King, Cross, cor. Medford, 


Somerville 


Riley Cornelius, Milk, cor. Poplar, 


« 


Shea Patrick, 


it 


Smith Joseph, Milk, cor. Dane, 


a 


Stnrtevant Brothers, Union sq. 


u 


Benson & Sherman, Broadway, cor. Mt. Pleasant, 


East Somerville, 


(< 


HAM A. J., Broadway, near Mt. Vernon, 




East Somerville, 


(i 


Lewis & Crowell, " 


» 


Long William, " 


" 


Pratt Z., Broadway, cor. Walnut, " 


" 


Rich Richard, " 


" 


RobertsBros., Perkins,cor. Franklin," 


(( 


Littlefield Samuel & Son, Broadway, cor. Temple, 


North Somerville, 


" 


Small Charles A. " 


" 


Temple Thomas G., Broadway, cor. Marshall, 




North Somerville 


" 


Harrington & Peters, West Somerville 


«i 


Andrews & Co., Franklin, cor.|Main, 


Stoneham 


Arnold A. W. 71 Main, 


tt 


Blanchard K. H. 


(< 


Bruce N. F. 


it 


Chase Brothers, 72 Main, 


.< 


Clements J. 


(i 


Gerry Elbridge, 


a . 


Green James A. & Co. 


« 


Harriman Obed, 


(( 


Hill Aaron, 


•< 


Hovey & King, 


k 


Jennings Wentworth, 


it 


Longfellow G. H. 


(t 


Mansur & Cromack, 


it 


Singer John, jr., opp. B. & M. Depot, 


It 


Stevens D. N. 


tt 


Willey A. F. 


it 


Frost Aaron, 


Tewksbury 


Preston Henry E. 


a 


Tingley Wm. B. 


« 


Warren B. F. West Townsend, 


Townsend 


Aldrich P. F. 


Wakefield 


Aldrich P. F. jr. 


k 


Brown C. B. 


(< 


Caswell & Co. 


" 


Co-operative Association, 


u 


Eaton Everett W., Bank building, opp. depot, 


" 


Hale Isaac, Main, cor. Avon, 


" 


Horton H. A. 

1. 


" 



Hear the " Piano " Stop in Geo. Woods Co.'s Organs. It is a piano of 
exquisite quality of tone which will never require tuning. 



184 MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 


Grocers, — continued. 




Mansfield E. & Sons, 


Wakefield 


Maynard C. B. 


c( 


Oliver John, 


CC 


Putney G. H. 


tc 


South Reading Co-operative Association, Mechanic, 


near Main, 


" 


Upton E. P. 


(( 


CLARK WILLIAM W. & SON, 383 Main, 


Waltham 


CLASBY D. J. 407 Main, 


tc 


Corcoran B. 


(( 


Foster M. S. & Son, Main, cor. Linden, 


tt 


Glidden J. & Son, Moody, cor. Felton, 


tt 


Greeley Martin, Main, cor. Spring, 


tt 


Harrington Charles & Son, 3 Eagle block, 


tt 


Madden Peter, 


tc 


McAlliston A. F. 


tc 


McCullough Alexander, Spring, cor. Middle, 


cc 


Mitchell J. W. 528 and 530 Main, 


tt 


Moore John M. N. 377 Main, 


tt 


Northrup W. & Co., Moody, cor. Gordon, 


tt 


Packham & "Wright, 


tt 


Pope D. E. & Son, Main, cor. Church, 


tt 


Priest J. H. & Son, 355 Main, 


tt 


Rankings Perry, 305 Main, 


tt 


Ryan James, 409 Main, 


" 


Sherman A. W. & Co., Greeley's block, 


tt 


Stowell H. C. & Son, Moody, cor. Taylor, 


" 


Taylor L. C. 


" 


Wall John, 


tc 


Wayne Brothers, 


tt 


Whittier J. A. 


tt 


Wilcox & Havener, Moody, cor. Cushing, 


cc 


Burns James, Galen, cor. Main, 


Watertown 


Fitzwilliam Edward, 


«c 


Gleason Samuel S. 


cc 


Kelly Patrick J. 


cc 


Lynch Brothers, Main, cor. Galen, 


cc 


Noyes Samuel & Co. 


tt 


Peckham & Wright, 


tt 


Safford & Co. 


tt 


Sparrow Seth E., Main, cor. Church, 


" 


WRIGHT ARTHUR, Graniteville, Westford 


Cilley L. G. 


Winchester 


Sanderson E. 


tt 


Stanton J. C. jr. 


" 


Calef Hiram, 


Woburn 


Connolly John H. 247 Main, 


tt 


Ellis Alexander, 115 Main, 


tc 



Frank B. Dodge, 142 Alain Street, Woburn. Watches and Jewelry 
Repaired in the best manner. 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 185 

Hayward A. F. 103 Main, Woburn 

MERRILL F. D. 190 Main (see adv. dept. p. 81), « 

Prior E. 243 Main, « 

Salmon Thomas, 244 Main, " 

Sheppard W. C. 131 Main, " 
STEARNS, BROWN & CO. 216 Main, also at 

East Woburn (see adv. dept. p. 96), " 

Tay Cyrus, 213 Main, " 
THOMPSON A. E. & CO. 3 Wade block (see 

adv. dept. p. 90), " 

Thompson, Mann & Co. 144 Main, " 

Jenks E. J. North Woburn, " 

McQuestion E. " " 

Guitar Manufacturers. 
MANSFIELD & WHITMORE (see advt. front 

cover), Arlington 

Guns and Pistols. 
RICHARDSON & CUTTER, 66 Central (see adv. 

dept. p. 30), Lowell 

RICHARDSON FRANK L. 108 Central (see advt. 

opp. Jewelry, etc.), " 

Gunsmiths. 

(See also Firearms.) 

Babcock M. Charlestown 

Pratt Alvan, Concord 

RICHARDSON & CUTTER, 66 Central (see adv. 

dept. p. 30), Lowell 

Gutters and Conductors. 
Burrage, Shepperd & Co., Broadway, cor. Third, 

Cambridgeport, Cambridge 
Gale & Wood, 69 Main, « « 

Blanchard W. S. East Cambridge, " 

JESSOP, EASTON & CO., East st. (see adv. dept. 

p. 185), East Cambridge, " 

BU.LINGS HENRY L. 425 Medford (see adv. 

dept. p. 200), Charlestown 

HOPKINS FRANKLIN, 243 Medford (see adv. 

dept. p. 193), « 

Bennett J. C. 61 Dutton, Lowell 

Brooks A. L. & Co. " 

Cushing Daniel & Co. (iron), Stott's building, " 

Hart J. W. & Co., Mt. Vernon, 
PRATT M. C. & CO., Wamesit Steam Mills (see 

adv. dept. p. .121), " 

BARRETT CHARLES A., opp. Belmont Station 

(see adv. dept. p. 60), Maiden 



See the beautiful new styles of cases in GEORGE WOODS CO.'S 
Organs. 



186 MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



Gutters and Conductors, — continued. 
PATTEN & BATCHELDER, Curtis's wharf (see 

advt. on p. following Directory of Patrons), Medford 
BUTTRICK FRANCIS (see adv. dept. p. 101), Waltham 

Hair Dressers. 
(Sea also Hair Workers.) 

Lands J. M., opp. depot, Arlington 

Ronco Joseph W. " 

Adams G. E. Ashland 
DAHL ADAM, 

Nichols C. S. " 

St. Catrina Joseph, Page's block, Ayer 

Yarter Chas. F., Merchants Row, " 

Sanborn B. F., opp. Cattle Fair Hotel, Brighton 

Osborn Moses, Brighton Corner, " 

Backer George H. Allston, " 

Howard Peter J. 10 Brighton, Cambridge 

McCoy T. S., Holyoke, near Harvard, " 

Miller Oscar, Harvard square, " 

Turck F., Lyceum block, " 

Burr L. 589£ Main, Cambridgeport, " 

Dulls C. 560 Main, " " 

Greco L. C. 3 Essex, " " 

Mcintosh William, 4 Broadway, " " 

Neal Theodore A. 574 Main, " " 

Smith James A. L. 539 Main, " " 

Smith Louis F. 590 Main, " « 

Stanford E. A. 391 Cambridge, " " 

Steer John, 547 Main, " " 

Story William A. 415£ Cambridge " " 

Tenney Warren E. 148 Harvard, " " 

West Henry, 449 Main, " " 

West John E. 365 Main, " " 

Wright W. H. 390 Cambridge, " " 
Benson & Waller, 117 Cambridge, East Cambridge, " 

Brum Antonio E. 97 Cambridge, " " 

Hampton E P. 67| Cambridge, " " 

Luna J. P. 165 £ Cambridge, " " 

Maciel J. V. 199 Cambridge, " " 

Peterson Henry, 218 Cambridge, " " 

Reddie J. H. 141 Bridge " " 

Silva T. I. 93 Cambridge, " " 
FOBES EDWARD, North Cambridge, 

Morandus J. O. " " 

Andrews Mary J. (ladies'), Charlestown 
Ballou J. F. 180 Main, 

Baylies Wilson, 93 Chelsea, " 

Beal A. H. & F. B. Brookings, 20 City sq. " 



Frank B. Dod^e, Dealer in all kinds of Sewing Machines, 143 Main 
Street, Woburn. 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY 


187 


Biddies Robert S. 40 Main, 


Charlestown 


Bobrosky Ferd. 164 Bunker Hill, 


tt 


Call Raphael, 70 Main, 


" 


Dwyer John D., Harvard, cor. Bow, 


(( 


Eaton Henry S. 82J Austin, 


tc 


Green Frances A. (ladies'), 


ct 


Greenman Orin A. 628 Main, 


IC 


Hawkins Brothers, 524 Main, 


(( 


Ilsley C. B. 31 City sq. 


(C 


Jone9 L. A. 58 Chelsea, 


11 


Lyons John E., Moulton, cor. Corey, 


it 


Mitchell Geo. 14 Winthrop, 


t< 


Morrison W. N. 280 Main, 


it 


Oliver Joseph & Co. 


(( 


O'Neil William, Moulton, cor. Corey, 


IC 


Oxley Milford W. 7 Bunker Hill, 


" 


ROBERTS ALEX. 141 Chelsea, 


ii 


Serra Julius A. 568 Main, 


tt 


Silvyra A. H., Hancock sq. 


" 


Sousa Manuel, 75 Main, 


Ct 


Tuthill A. 29 Elm, 


tc 


Uart John M. 45 Bunker Hill, 


tc 


Vasconsellos J. M. 7 City square, 


it 


Waughn J. S. 222 Main, 


tt 


Whiting John W. 52 Bartlett, 


tt 


Freeman Nelson G. 


Concord 


MONEGAN STEPHEN H. (see adv. dept. p. 


117), 


cc 


Hyacinth E. K., Masonic building, 


Everett 


Sackett A. F. South Framingham, 


Framingham 


Northdury Christian, Saxonville, 


tt 


CHILDS W. T. 


Groton 


Tyler Sylvester, 3 Pond's block, 


Holliston 


Taylor Henry H. 


tt 


Meisen Philip, 


Hopkinton 


WATERS J. A. 


CC 


Carr F. E., Houghton's block, 


Hudson 


Gale James R., over Post-office, 


cc 


Aruda Frank D. 90 Central, 


Lowell 


Benson Samuel W. 1 Prescott block, 


tt 


BENNETT GEO. H. 191 Middlesex, 


tt 


Bigelow Jerome, 112 Merrimac, 


tt 


Bonner & Prenio, Museum, 


*t 


Breed, John H. 75 Central, 


«t 


Brooks W. F. B. 276 Merrimac, 


it 


Brown Jonas E. 143 Middlesex, 


t« 


Burton A. P., Urlan block, 


tt 


Courtemanches P. 88 Middlesex, 


<t 


Finnegan Peter E. 27 Merrimac, 


tt 



A visit to the warerooms and factory of Geo. Woods Co., 68* Main St. 
Cambridgeport, will amply repay all interested in music, 



188 MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



Hair Dressers — continued. 
FISK A. C. 47 Dutton, Lowell 

Giroux S. M. 181 Middlesex, " 

LANGLEY A. C. 4 Broadway, " 

Lewis J. E, 24 Central, " 

Lewis S. A. 184 Merrimac, " 

LEWIS T. W. & W. 72 Middlesex, " 

Pike Albert J., Wamesit Bank building, " 

Pitman A. Warren, 6 Merrimac, " 

Powers M. 133 Middlesex, " 

PROCTOR H. B., Market, cor. Central, " 

Ross James F., Washington House, " 

Soper & Hopkins, Merrimac House, " 

Welch Edward, 70 Central, " 

Vieira J. B. 112 Merrimac, " 

CURREY C. B. MRS. (ladies'), Abbott's block 

(see adv. dept. p. 61) Maiden 

CURREY & WELSH, Abbott's block, 
SHILOH WM. H., Pleasant, near the Bank, and 

cor. Summer, " 

Claflin James, Marlborough 

Hanson W. H. " 

King Augustus, Hutchings block, " 

Morse B. F., Mechanic, cor. Lincoln, " 

O'Malley Thomas, " 

Hanley T. Frank, opp. Post-office, Medford 

Keyou J. M. 

Mitchell Harry M., Main, near Bridge, " 

Sallaverry Peter, Medford square, " 

Watson Isaac, Usher's building, " 

Clark A. F., opp. depot, Natick 

Gummerson Wm., Main, cor. Pond, " 

Hardy George A. " 

Loker Charles P. 5 Union block, " 

Berry Joseph, South Natick, " 

Pomroy Albert, " " 

Avilla Jos. A. Newton 

Fayes A. J. 

Figardo John L. Auburndale, " 

CHAMBERS GEORGE, Upper Falls, 

Fletcher Francis, West Newton, " 

ADAMS OLIVER S., Main, opp. Haven, Reading 

PARKER CLARKSON, Lyceum Hall building, " 
CURRIER MANUEL, Pythian block, Union sq. > 

(see adv. dept. p. 77), Somerville 

Mahoney Thomas, Milk, cor. Beach, u 

Bixby C. P., Lincoln, cor. Broadway, 

East Somerville, " 

Jennings W. 4 Dow's block, Stoneham 



The best assortment of Watches, Clocks, and Jewelry, will be found 
at Dodge's, 143 Main Street, Woburn. 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



MOORE JAMES E., Main, n. Central square, Stoneham 

Symes & Parkin, Main, opp. Hersom, 

Corbett Robert R., Main, near Albion, 

Sweetser & Hanlon, Cartwright's block, 

Tyler George L., Kingman's building, 

Bullock S. A. Miss, 355 Main, 

Finegan Michael F. 

PARKER JOHN S., Moody, cor. Crescent 

Patterson Alexander, 283 Main, 

Sawyer Edward, 373J Main, 

Fayes M. P. 

Lenox John, next H. R. R. station, 

Peeler Albert, Main, opp. Post-office, 

Price John W. 

Barrett A. B. 183 Main, 

Day Charles H. 188 Main, 

Libby A. H. 143 Main, 

Ronco David, 173 Main, 



Wakefield 



Waltham 



Watertown 



Winchester 
Woburn 



Hair Pelting Manufacturers. 
Lowell Felting Mills, M. A. Johnson, agent, Paw- 
tucket, cor. Walker, Lowell 

Hair Goods. 
CUNNINGHAM A. L. & CO. 647 Main, 

Cambridgeport, Cambridge 
SANBORN E. L. MISS, Goodrich block (see adv. 

dept. p. 135), Hudson 

Bullock S. A. Miss, 355 Main, Waltham 

Bancroft A. E. 245 Main, Woburn 

CAMERON W. C. 138 Main (see adv. dept. p. 87), " 

Hair Jewelry. 
Marsh M. A. Miss, 103 Merrimac, Lowell 

Hair Workers. 
Burr Mary M. 45 Hampshire, Cambridgeport, Cambridge 
CUNNINGHAM A. L. & CO. 647 Main, 

Cambridgeport, " 
Amareld Mary, 4 Cambridge, Charlestown 

Andrews M. J. Mrs. 2 Bow, " 

Cullin J. W. & Co. 194 Main, 

Fitzgerald Maggie, 115 Main, " 

Adams M. W. 31 Merrimac, Lowell 

Barton Alexander P. 1 and 2 Urban block, " 

Knowles Brothers, 45 Central, *' 

Medina E. J. 94 Merrimac, " 

CURREY C. B. MRS., Abbott's block (see adv. 

dept. p. 61), Maiden 

Lombard Nellie Miss, Marlborough 



Geo. Woods &. Co. 'a Parlor and Vestry Organs are not equalled for 
purity and brilliancy of tone. 



190 MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



Hair Workers, — continued, 
O'Neil R. F. Miss, Union square, Somerville 

ARMSTRONG A. MRS., Pine, cor. Moody (see 

adv. dept. p. 104), Waltham 

Reed S. F. " 

Bancroft Alice E. 245 Main, Woburn 

CAMERON W. C. 138 Main (see adv. dept p. 87), " 

Hand Screw and Clamp Manufacturers. 
Webster & Butterfield, North Chelmsford, Chelmsford 
ALDRICH MILTON, Mechanics Mills (see adv. 

dept. p. 38), Lowell 

Hangers and Pulleys. 
CAREY & HARRIS, 100 Broadway (see adv. 

dept. p. 30), Lowell 

Hardware and Cutlery. 
MERRIFIELD J. A., Arlington ave. Arlington 

SHATTUCK RALPH W. & CO. (see adv. dept. 

p. 79), 
Clark & Perry, Ashland 

BROWN & KITTREDGE, Ayer 

Stewart Hiram, " 

Stone E. D. & Co. " 

Estes I. P. 30 Brighton, Cambridge 

MOORE CHAS. & CO. 8 Brattle and 2 Palmer 

(see advt. p. 2), " 

Chamberlain D. U. & Co. 622 Main, 

Cambridgeport, " 

Fuller James H. 605 Main, " " 

Greenwood Wro. P. 509 Main, " " 

Nutting J. D. 314 Main, " " 

Monblo F. T. N. 188 Cambridge, 

East Cambridge, " 

Pennell & Young, 57 Cambridge, " " 

Price James M. 85 Cambridge, " " 

Andrews W. H. North Cambridge, " 

HANDY L. S. 8 & 10 Cambridge (see adv. dept. 

p. 195), Charlestown 

Hunt Lewis, 111 Main, " 

Meserve J. S. 211 Bunker Hill, " 

Webster E. O. 289 Main, « 

Perkins & Atwood, Everett 

Bean C. Framingham 

SHATTUCK MILO H. Groton 

FITTS & TURNER, Andrew's block (see adv. 

dept. p. 189), Holliston 

Pond George N. " 

Woodbury & Coburn, Hopkinton 



Silver Ware and Jewelry manufactured to order, at Dodge's, 149 
Alain. Street, Woburn. 



BRADFORD & ANTHONY, 
At 18 Boylston Street till Autumn, 1873, 

After that time in New Store on the old site at 

178 WASHINGTON STREET, BOSTON, 

Importers, and Wholesale and Retail Dealers in 




JOS. RODGERS & SON'S Table Cutlery, Razors, Pocket Knives and 

Scissors. 
GEORGE WOSTENHOLM & SON'S Pocket Knives and Razors. 
WADE & BUTCHERS' Razors. 
JONATHAN CROOKE'S Pocket Knives. 
GERMAN POCKET KNIVES, GERMAN SCISSORS AND SHEARS. 

AMERICAN TABLE CUTLERY. 

C Table Cutlery. 
JOHN RUSSELL CUTLERY CO.'S } Butchers' and Cooks' Knives. 

C Painters' and Druggists' Knives. 
DURABLE HANDLE CUTLERY CO.'S Table Cutlery. 
MERIDEN CUTLERY CO.'S Rubber Handled Table Cutlery. 
ROGERS &. BROTHER, Waterbury, Silver Plated Spoons and Forks. 
WALCOTT'S Patent Sewing Machine Scissors. 

American Shears and Scissors. 

CHESTERMAN'S MEASURING TAPES. 

FANCY HARDWARE, 

English, French, German and American. 

Corkscrews, Button Hooks, Tweezers, Dog-Collars, Dog-Chains, 
Leaders and Whistles, Razor Straps, Shaving Brushes, Dress- 
ing Cases, Poc et Books, Drawing Instruments, Rules, e c. 

FISH L3STC3- T^OKZLE, 



AND SKATES. 
Inquiries and orders by mail promptly answered. 



(See next page.) 



BRADFORD * ANTHONY, 

BOSTON, 

IMPORTERS, MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN 

FISHING TACKLE. 



Fish Hooks, 


Rods, 


English and American Reels, 


Lines, 


Baskets, 


Waterproofed Braided Silk Line, 


Snells, 


Floats, 


Nets, 


Flies, 


Bait Boxes, 


Sinkers, 


Minnows, 


Silkworm Gut, 


Silver Gimp, 


Baits, 


Tackle Books, 


Swivels, 


Calcutta Bamboo Poles, 




Japanese Bamboo Poles. 



CUTLERY, 

FANCY HARDWARE, 

AGENTS FOR THE UNITED STATES FOR 

Forbes' Patent "Acme" Skates, 

Which are SELF-FASTENING Cluh Skates. 

BARNEY & BERRY'S CLUB SKATES, 

Winslow's Wood Top and Club Skates, 
AND OTHER SKATES AND SKATE STRAPS, 

AT 

18 BOYLSTON STREET, 

Till New Store is completed. In the Autumn of 1873 on the old site at 

178 Washington Street, Boston. 

(See other side of leaf.) 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 191 



HOLDEN W. P. & SON (see adv. dept. p. 131), 

Hudson 
TUCKER SAMUEL P., Houghton's block (see adv. 

dept. p. 131), " 

Adams Charles E. 175 Middlesex, Lowell 

Bennett J. C. 61 Dutton, " 

Fielding & Bartlett, 136 Central, " 

Foote J. L. & Co. 277 and 279 Merrimac, " 

Rogers Jacob & Co. 166 Merrimac, " 

ShattuckH.B 34 Central, and 14 Prescott, " 

Weeks A. C, Fulton block, Marlborough 

Small John D., Main, near Bridge, Medford 

Parlin W. D. 4 Union block, Natick 

Watson & Brigham, " 

Howes Alfred, Newton 

LENTELL BENJAMIN (see adv. dept. p. 117), 

Newtonville, " 
EARLE A. F. West Newton, " 

Burkinshaw Aaron, Pepperell 

PARKER & STONE, Reading 

MYERS GEORGE, Union sq. (see adv. dept. 

p. 72), Somerville 

Chase Brothers, Stoneham 

Hill Aaron, " 

Mansur & Cromack, " 

Littlefield S. F. Wakefield 

Smith Lucas, Cartwright's block, " 

Bill Charles H. & Son, 3 Rumford building, Waltham 
HIGG1NBOTHAM S. & CO. 284 Main (see adv. 

dept. p. 103), " 

Richardson Brothers, Goodnow's block, " 

Stratton T. D. " 

Howes Alfred, Watertown 

Strout C. M. Woburn 

Thompson L. jr. 117 Main, " 

Hardware Manufacturers. 
Nutting J. D. Cambridgeport, Cambridge 

Draper F. & Co. (stationers,) East Cambridge, " 

UNION MACHINE & FOUNDRY CO. (see adv. 

dept. p. 185), East Cambridge, " 

Batchelder A. G. 93 Howard Lowell 

Calvert Frank (carpenters'), " 

Harness Makers and Dealers. 
Ball Warren B. South Acton, Acton 

CLARK WM. L. & CO., Arlington ave. (see adv. 

dept. p. 80), Arlington 

Everett Asa C. Ashby 

Weatherhead O. E. Ashland 



Geo. Woods Co. 's Combination Solo Stops arc remarkable for the 
beauty and variety of the musical effects of whicb tbey are capable- 



192 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



Ayer 

143), » 

Bedford 

Belmont 

Billerica 

Brighton 



Cambridge 



Harness Makers and Dealers, — continued. 
Gates Sewall, 

WHITMAN ZACHARIAH (see adv. dept. p 
Cutler Frederick A. 
Patten T. 
Baldwin Francis, 
Bradlee John B., Brighton corner, 
COGSWELL JAMES A. (see adv. dept. p. Ill) 
Colety P. H. 
Fiske Jonas, 

Campbell Edward, 23 Brighton, 
FOX R. L. B. 4 Brattle (see adv. dept. p. 160), 
CAVANAGH M. 401 Main (see adv. dept. p. 6), 

Cambridgeport, " 
Hancock Belcher, Main, cor. Pearl, " " 

Morris J. & H. 131 Main, " " 

Barreau L. 177 Bridge, East Cambridge, " 

Fox Thomas, 55 Charles, " " 

MITCHELL WM., Bridge, n. East, " " 

Iver F. North Cambridge, " 

Carroll J. A. 515 Main, Charlestown 

Cutter John, 12 Cambridge, " 

DICKSON J. 71 Chapman, 
McGregor David L. & Co. 31 Chelsea, 
Mullett Charles T. 373 Main, 

PEARSON JOSEPH A. 300 Main, " 

Power Richard J. 4 Chamber, " 

Hall Harrison, North Chelmsford, Chelmsford 

HOPKINS GEO. H., Walden st. Concord 

Potter Daniel F. " 

VARNUM EDWARD P., Main, " 

Framingham 



Hastings Hollis, 
Lewis Joseph, 
Symtnes William, 
Lewis Joseph, 
Rathe W. C. 
Trowbridge George, 
Stearns F. C. 
Kendall Daniel S. 
Jones H. E. 
King James H. 
HALL CHARLES E. 

137), 
Lawrence Lyman, 

Chisholm John, East Lexington, 

Mathison J. H. 

Allen J. G. 46 Central and 3 Prescott, 
Brabrook Joseph A. 45 Market, 
Burgess E. 38 Central, 



South Framingham, 



Saxonville, " 

Groton 
Holliston 
Hopkinton 
Main (see adv. dept. p. 

Hudson 



Lexington 

Littleton 
Lowell 



HAIR WORK made to order at l»OI>GE'S, 142 MAIN STREET, 
Woburn. 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 193 

Butman Samuel L. 196 Middlesex, Lowell 

Convers Samuel, 163 Central, " 

Hatch George S. 58 Central, « 

SAWYER & TAYLOR, 161 and 163 Middlesex 

(see adv. dept. p. 46), " 

Swasey John A. 283 Merrimac, " 

Cox E. A., Stan wood block, Maiden 

Winchester F. E., Main, opp. Church, " 

Cheney H. I. Marlborough 

Higgins A. R. " 

Severson Elias, Maynard 

Taylor Frank C. " 

HARTSHORN A. P., Main, opp. Medford House 

(see adv. dept. p. 70), Medford 

NICHOLS GEORGE, Main, near the bridge (see 

adv. dept. p. 69), " 

Brunet E., Main, near Essex, Melrose 

Bispham Thomas, Natick 

Blake Edward, " 

McMunn John A. " 

Glennan T. F. *Newton 

Welch William, " 

Fuller George, West Newton, " 

Jenkins E.J. Lower Falls, " 

Langtry Joseph, Newton Centre, i 

Mace William P. Pepperell 

Carleton Noyes, Reading 

McCALL PATRICK, Haven, near depot (see adv. 

dept. p. 76), " 

Atherton R. Shirley 

Hannaford F. W., Washington, cor. Medford, Somerville 
White John N., Milk, cor. Prospect, " 

HANNAFORD REUBEN, Main, cor. Winter (see 

adv. dept. p. 73), Stoneham 

Weston Frank, Townsend Centre, Townsend 

HORGAN T. J., Mechanic, near Main (see adv. 

dept. p. 219), Wakefield 

Arnold Rhodes, 381 Main, Waltham 

Crosby Charles, 303 Main, « 

FISKE JONAS, Washington street (see adv. dept. 

p. 108), 
Kingsbury Joseph, Moody, cor. Gordon, " 

Patten Thomas, Main, cor. Mt. Auburn, Watertown 

McWHIRTER GEORGE, Main, opp. Post-office 

(see adv. dept. p, 98), " 

TARBELL E. G., Galen, near Main (see adv. dept. 
• P- 97), 

Jones Thomas B. Weston 

Jones & Branch, " 



The cases of Geo. Woods Co.'s Organs are of the most beautiful and 
graceful desigus. 

13 



194 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



Harness Makers and Dealers, — continued. 
Haynes A. V. 215 Main, Woburn 

LEIGHTON F. M. 229 Main (see adv. dept. p. 

95), 
Thompson C. R. North Woburn, " 

Harness Trimmings Manufacturer. 
ALLEN C. H. (bits, boots and rosettes), 49 Cen- 
tral, Lowell 
Hat Manufacturers. 
MO WRY D. C. & CO. (straw hats), (see adv. dept. 

p. 189), Holliston 

Hines C. G. (silk), 170 Merrimac, Lowell 

Perrin D. C. & Co. (palm leaf), Maiden 

Fay Gilbert (wool), Natick 

Moody B. D. Newton 

Hats, Caps and Furs. 

Mann Rufus, 7 Harvard sq. Cambridge 

Maynard Eben W. 571 Main, Cambridgeport, " 

Alden Edward, 130 Cambridge, 

East Cambridge, " 

Blake Edwin H. 168£ Cambridge, 
Murphy George A. 15 City sq. 
Rand John W. 71 Main, 
Richards Samuel T. 275 Main, 
Tuttle Frank, 
Winchester J. T. 
Clark W. B. 
Fiske J. F. 
Whiting E. F. 
Bates E. A. & Co. 
Carny Thomas, 

La Forme & Co., Main, cor. Cedar 
AMSDEN & HALL, Trowbridge's block (see adv. 



South Framingham, 



Charlestown 



Concord 

Everett 

Framingham 

Holliston 

Hopkinton 



dept. p. 134), 
Ring S. B. 

WHITNEY H.W. (see adv. dept. p. 125), 
Baker C. E. 3 Canal block, 
Brazer William P. & Co. 47 Central, 
Chase & Sargent, 5 Central, 
Hodgman Benjamin, 38 Central, 
Putnam & Son, 102 Central, 
Woodard A. G. 30 Merrimac, 
Richardson James C, Central sq. 
Coburn Jonas & Co. 
Deignan James, 4 Leach block, 
Randall R. H. & Co. 14 Union block, 
Clark I. B. South Natick, 



Hudson 



Lowell 



Maiden 

Med ford 

Natick 



MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, all kinds at DODGE'S, HZ Alain Street, 
Woburn. 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 195 

Jackson William W. Lower Falls, Newton 

Copeland & Bowser, Exchange block, Reading 

NORRIS JAMES T. 5 Simes' block (see adv. dept. 

p. 77), 

Hodgkins Charles, Union sq. Somerville 

BERRY JOHN F. next to Post-office, Stoneham 

C ATE JOHN M. opp. Aaron Hill's grocery (see 

advt. p. 5, front), " 

Jennings Wentworth, 4 Dow's block, " 

Latham A. M. 66 Main, " 
CATE JOHN M., Main, cor. Centre (see advt. opp. 

p. 5, front), Wakefield 

Pinkham H. P. « 

Teed H. B. « 

Peck Charles, 287 Main, \ Waltham 

Rogers A. B., Main, opp. Galen, Watertown 

CREHAN P. 225 & 227 Main, Woburn 

HAMMOND J. W. 181 Main, " 

Wheelock & Son, 185 Main, " 

Wood Artemas, 182 Main, " 

Hay Dealers. 

PIERCE J. W., Centre depot (see adv. dept. p.80), 

Arlington 
WRIGHT GEORGE G. 86 Mt. Auburn (see advt. 

p. 18, front), Cambridge 

BARTON & AVERILL (hay and straw), Hamp- 
shire, cor. Columbia (see adv. dept. p. 

153), Cambridgeport, " 

Davis & Bates, 550 Main, " " 

LukeE. H. &Son, 75 Main, " » 

Ward A. A. 242 Main, " " 

Aiken & Woodard, 26 Cambridge, 

East Cambridge, " 
BRINE & CLARK (hay and straw), Bridge, foot 

of Third, East Cambridge, " 

Brooks Wm. C. &Co. 221 Bridge, " « 

BRUCE E. L. (hay and straw), 42 Bridge, 

East Cambridge, '• 

Train Edmund, Bridge, cor. East, " " 

Hutchins William, North Cambridge, " 

Crampton & Co., Austin, cor Front, Charlestown 

Gould A. P., Fitchburg Railroad, " 

Ham & Cooke (hay and straw), " 

Simonds & Ditson, 190 Chelsea, " 
WOODSUM BROS, (hay and straw), junction 

Main, and Mystic ave. (see adv. dept. p. 195), " 
Pope D. Folger (hay and straw), Hudson 



Geo. Woods Co.'s Organs are constructed in the must thorough and 
perfect manner. 



196 MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 

Hay Dealers, — continued. 
LIVINGSTON WM. E. (hay and straw), 9 Thorn- 
dike (see adv. dept. p. 11), Lowell 
Pike & Son, Liberty sq. " 
BEAN & JOYCE, Joyce's wharf, opp. Medford 

House (see advt. p. 26, front), Medford 

GREEN GEO. B. & SON (hay and straw), Main, 

near Medford sq " 

Brackett Albert, Newton 

Bourne G. L. & C. B. Auburndale, " 

WHIPPLE ORRIN (see adv. dept. p. 113), 
Nickerson John, Upper Falls, " 

BRINE & CLARK (hay and straw), near Union 

square, Somerville 

Clark C. F. & Co. Waltham 

ELLIS & BOND, 307 Main, " 

HOVEY H. L., Moody, cor. Fitchburg R. R. " 

Pope Albert T. & Co., Chemistry Station, " 

EMERSON T. P., Spring, Watertown 

Heavy Floorings. 
BILLINGS HENRY L. 425 Medford (see adv. dept. 

p. 200), Charlestown 

Hides and Tallow. 
Horn Samuel & Co., School, cor. Middlesex, Lowell 

Homoeopathic Glass Ware. 
McElroy P.. J. 137 Bridge, East Cambridge, Cambridge 

Hoop Skirt Manufacturers. 

Blood S. A. Miss, 78 Merrimae, Lowell 
Chase L. S. Miss, 168 Merrimae, " 

Middlesex Hoop Skirt Co. Shirley 

Horse and Cattle Crib Manufacturer. 
BENNETT J. W. 240 Middlesex (see adv. dept. 

p. 35), Lowell 

Horse Clippers. 
Coughlin & Co. 15 Decatur, Charlestown 

GREENLEAF GEORGE C. Hudson 

HALL C E., Main st. ("see adv. dept. p. 137), " 

HUNTOON GEO. L. 154 and 156 Middlesex (see 

adv. dept. p. 28), Lowell 

Horse Clothing. 
SAWYER & TAYLOR, 161 & 163 Middlesex 

(see adv. dept. p. 46), Lowell 



You can save Money l»y buying your Goods at Dodge's Jewelry- 
Store. 142 Main Street, Wobuni. 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 197 

Horse Dealers. 
Hughes Patrick, 70 Broadway, 

Cambidgeport, Cambridge 
HAYWARD M. W. opp. depot (see adv. dept. p. 

119), Natick 

Horse Nail Manufacturers. 
Kelley, McCann & Co., Whipple's Mills, Lowell 

Forge Village Horse Nail Co. Forge Village, Westford 

Horse Shoers. 
{See also Blacksmiths.) 
Higgins Thomas, Arlington 

HILL & GOTT, opp. Arlington House, " 

BRIGHAM & McRAY (see adv. dept. p. 143), Ayer 
Parsons J. C. " 

Callahan John, opp. Brighton Hotel, Brighton 

Merrifield H. F., Brighton corner, " 

Walsh John, " 

WHITE CHARLES, Washington st. (see adv. 

dept. p. 108), " 

KENNEDY J. (see adv. dept. p. 107), Allston, " 

Hartness George, 4 Palmer, Cambridge 

Donavan Jeremiah, 57 Hampshire, Cambridgeport, " 
Grady Martin, 133 Main, " " 

HENLEY FRANCIS 0. & CO. (see adv. dept. p. 

160), Cambridgeport, " 

Smith Thomas, 436 Main, " " 

SPELLMAN M, M., Cherry, cor. Main, 

Cambridgeport, " 

Felt G. W. 18 Cambridge, East Cambridge, " 

LEHAN D. H. 19 Gore, 
TESSIER F. 89 Bridge (see adv. dept. p. 184), 

East Cambridge, " 

Toye Martin, North Cambridge, " 

Collins & Sheehan, 48 Chapman, Charlestown 

HARMON S. L. 557 Main (see adv. dept. p. 203), " 
Mitchell & Stearns, 780 Eden, " 

Powers William, 329 Medford, " 

Ripley J. G. 183 Medford, « 

Strand T. D. 49 Chelsea, » 

WEEMAN E. P. & CO. 7 Chambers (see adv. 

dept. p. 190), " 

DURANT T. & SON, North Chelmsford, Chelmsford 
McCOY E. P., Pawtucket sq. (see adv. dept. p. 

42), Dracut 

GOULD & LITTLEFIELD, near E. R. R. depot 

(see adv. dept. p. 65), Everett 

FULLER D. C. Groton 



Vox Humana" Stop in Geo. Woods Co.'s Organs; it is 
baritone solo stop, not a niere fan or tremolo. 



198 MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 

Horse Shoers, — continued. 
Blodgett W. H. Holliston 

KETT J. W. (see adv. dept. p. 148), " 

Shippee John D. " 

DOUPRAY JOHN B, (see adv. dept. p. 137), Hudson 
MOULTON W. H., Wood square (see adv. dept. 

p. 137), 
HAM WILLIAM, Lexington 

Webber H. P. East Lexington, " 

ABBOTT A. H. & J. H. 292 Middlesex (see adv. 

dept. p. 49), Lowell 

AVERILL 0. E., Franklin, cor. Fletcher (see adv. 

dept. p. 45), ' " 

CHAMBERLAIN & JOCKOW, Dutton st. (see 

adv. dept. p. 49), " 

Drew John, 22 Bridsre, " 

FAY & BIRK, Suffolk, cor. Liberty sq. " 

Gilman H. M. 285 Merrimac, " 

GLOVER THOMAS P. & CO. 330 Middlesex 

(see adv. dept. p. 42), " 

LIBBEY M. V. B. 3 Warren (see adv. dept. p. 210), " 
McKNIGHT & TIBBETTS, Second St., Central- 

ville (see adv. dept. p. 56), " 

TIGHE & QUINN, 75 Market (see adv. dept. p. 57), " 
BRIMMER & MARTYN, rear Main st. (see adv. 

dept. p. 63)', Maiden 

Lane Ira C. rear Abbott's block, " 

Symmes A. S. Medford 

McCOUBRY THOMAS, Main, near Essex (see 

adv. dept. p. 66), Melrose 

WHEATON T. B., Essex, opp. Post-office, " 

Peters Patrick, Natick 

Robbins John H. South Natick, " 

Nugent & Hewitt, Washington, cor. Park, Newton 

Fahen D. F. Auburndale, " 

Pulsifer J. Lower Falls, " 

Farrar J. C. Newton Centre, " 

Belger Thomas, Upper Falls, " 

Cunningham L. T. " " 

BLUNT JOHN A. (see adv. dept. p. 218), Reading 

GOULD T. F., Main, near Post-office (see adv. 

dept. p. 218), 
Totten R. C. " 

Brennan T., Broadway, n. Walnut, E.Soraerville,Somerville 
Elliott James B. " " 

Gerry John, West Somerville, " 

Boyce C. M. Stoneham 

EAMES JOSHUA N., Main, cor. Chestnut (see 

adv. dept. p. 75), Wakefield 



The best Pebbled Spectacles, nnd Eye Glasses, made to Order 
Dodge's, 143 Main Street, AVoburn. 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 199 

Hood J. Wakefield 

Walton George K. " 

DANIELS J. & SON, Main, opp. Central House 

(see adv. dept. p. 104), Waltham 

Larkin P., Main, near Prospect House, " 

McDonald Hugh, rear Central House, " 

FOLEY WILLIAM C. (see adv. dept. p. 98), Watertown 
Mclntire Neil, Spring, near Depot, " 

Nolan Martin J. " 

Austin Milton S. Graniteville, Westford 

Ellis R. F. Woburn 

Perry John W. North Woburn, " 

Horse and Wagon Coverings. 
PETTINGELL, MOODY & SAWYER, Second, 

cor. Thorndike (see adv. dept. p. 174), Lowell 

Hose Manufacturers. 

Gates Josiah & Sons, 4 and 6 Dutton, Lowell 

Ellis S. K. (patent), 291 Main, Waltham 

Hose Carriage Manufacturers. 
LOUER & RICE, 41 and 43 Chelsea (see adv. 

dept. p. 206), Charlestown 

Hosiery and Glove Dealers. 

(See also Gents' Furnishing Goods.) 

Emery J. B. & Co. 442 Harvard, Cambridge 

Saunders F. E. 472 Main, * " 

Frary Le Roy S. 643 Main, Cambridgeport, " 

ADAMS & DURRELL, 106 Cambridge, 

East Cambridge, " 

Stetfieid O. W. (kid gloves), 82 Green, Charlestown 

SANBORN E. L. MISS, Goodrich block (see adv. 

dept. p. 135), Hudson 

Brown A. 97 Central, Lowell 

Sails E. S. 95 Central, " 

Smith Kate, 91 Central, " 

NEWHALL H. A., Main, cor. Pleasant, Maiden 

NORRIS J. T. 5 Simes' block (see adv. dept. p. 

77), Reading 

CATE JOHN M., Main, cor. Centre (see advt. 

p. 5, front), Wakefield 

MOORS SARAH K. MRS.,. Cheney's bldg. (see 

adv. dept. p. 74), " 

PARTRIDGE J. L., Main, opp. Avon (see adv. 

dept. p. 76), « 

RIDEOUT L. J. MRS., Main, opp. Avon, " 



Hear the " Aeoline >> Stop in Geo. Woods Co.'s Organs. It is a most 
beautiful soft or breathing-stop. 



200 MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 

Hosiery and Glove Dealers, — continued. 
ARMSTRONG A. MRS., Pine, cor. Moody (see 

adv. dept. p. 104), Waltham 

Ellis S. K. 291 Main, 
SMITH CHARLES A., Bank block (see adv. 

dept. p. 83), Woburn 

Hosiery Manufacturers. 
FISK WILLIAM, 3 Cushing, Lowell 

Lawrence Manuf. Co., Daniel Hussey, agent, " 

Lowell Hosiery Co. (women's), William F. Salmon, 

manager, Mt. Vernon, cor. Broadway, " 

Dalby Mills, Newton 

Dudley Hosiery Co. Lower Falls, " 

Boston Manufacturing Co. Waltham 

Hotels. 

Monument House, John E. Cutter, Acton 

AMERICAN HOUSE, J. E. Harris (see adv. dept. 

p. 118), South Acton, " 

ARLINGTON HOUSE, Charles S. Jacobs, jr. (see 

adv. dept. p. 77), Arlington 

High Street House, Geo. C. Russell, " 

Central House, O. A. Wilcox, Ashland 

Megonko House, S. F. Tha3 T er, " 

Scott's Hotel, E. O. Scott, " 

ADAMS HOUSE, Reed & Spencer, Ayer 

Needham House, J. H. Chamberlain, " 

ROSS HOUSE, N. L. Beverly, 

Bedford House, Henry Stetson & Son, Bedford 

Fresh Pond House, Belmont 

Green J. Warren, Billerica 

Beacon Park Hotel, J. A. Sawyer, Brighton 

Brighton Hotel, J. T. Wilson, " 

CATTLE FAIR HOTEL, Tavlor Hairington (see 

adv. dept. p. 109), " 

Charles River Hotel, S. R. Perkins, Brighton Corner, " 
KELLY J. H., Brighton Corner (see adv. dept. 

p. Ill), 
Nagle's Hotel, A. G. Nagle, " 

Reservoir House, T. Mullen, " 

SCATES' HOTEL, D. Scates (see adv. dept. p. 

107), 
Avenue House, Jackson & Cutter, 

North Brighton, " 

RIVERSIDE HOUSE, Charles Haley (see adv. 

dept. p. 110), Allston, " 

Fresh Pond House, Cambridge 

Holyoke House, Harvard street, " 



All Kinds GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES at DODGE'S, 143 Main 
Street, Wobutu. 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 201 

BROADWAY HOUSE, H. P. Ross, 7 Broadway 

(see adv. dept. p. 155), Cambridgeport, Cambridge 
Prospect House, Joseph Uhrig, 418 Main, 

Cambridgeport, " 

Union House, D. Stone, Western avenue, corner 

Pleasant, Cambridgeport, " 

Porter's Hotel, F. Locke, North Cambridge, " 

National House, J. Walker, Charlestown 

Prescott House, S. H. Downer, " 

MIDDLESEX HOUSE, John H. Durgin (see adv. 

dept. p. 28), Chelmsford 

North Chelmsford Hotel, Frank R. Burnham, 

North Chelmsford, " 

Middlesex Hotel, Concord 

Willow House, J. F. Wetherbee, Dracut 

Framingham Hotel, Orr Parker, Framingham 

South Framingham Hotel, S. F. Twitchell, 

South Framingham, " 

Central Hotel, J. N. Hoar, • Groton 

Winthrop House, Willard Clark, Holliston 

Highland House, F. M. Cobb, Hopkinton 

Reservoir House, Leroy Coolidge, Woodville, " 

Mansion House, G. T. C. Holden, Hudson 

Monument House, C. Adair, Lexington 

American House, Charles Going, Lowell 

BRADFORD HOUSE, Harry Towler, 54 Dutton 

(see adv. dept. p. 9), M 

City Hotel, J. F. Wetherbee, East Merrimac, " 

EXCHANGE COFFEE HOUSE, James Tryon, 

146 Market, " 

HOWARD HOUSE, E. S. Heald, 211 Middlesex, " 
Lovejoy House, H. W. Lovejo}^, 113 Merrimac, " 

MERRIMAC HOUSE, Emery & Nute, Merrimac, 

cor. Dutton, " 

Montgomery House, John Cusack, 344 Central, " 

New England House, John Cusack, Gorham, cor. 

Moore, " 

Pawtucket House. Allen Fairfield, 23 Merrimac, " 

TREMONT HOUSE, John H. Durgin, 278 Merri- 
mac (see adv. dept. p. 210), " 
Wamesit House, S. T. Dresser, 87 Middlesex, " 
Washington House, B. Thurston, " 
Howard House, George W. Lord, Maiden 
Pratt's Hotel, John Pratt, " 
Gates House, W, H. Leighton, Marlborough 
Marlboro' Hotel, W. H. Leighton, jr. " 
Glendale House, W. F. Wood, Maynard 
Medford House, A. J. Emerson, Medford 
Mystic House, Lon Morris, " 



Hear the " Piano" Stop In Geo. Woods Co.'s Organs. It is a piano of 
exquisite quality of tone which will never require tuning. 



202 MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



Hotels, — continued. 
SIMPSON'S HOTEL, D. Simpson, Medford sq. 

(see adv. dept. p. 68), Medford 

Spot Pond House, Orrin Lynde, " 

Turner's Hotel, Samuel Turner, " 

Melrose House, H. B. Lawrence, Melrose 

BAILEY HOUSE, G. Bailey (see adv. dept. p. 

120), South Natick, Natick 

Prescott House, Charles F. Gilson, 

East Pepperell, Pepperell 
Mulpus House, Leonard Carter, Shirley 

CENTRAL HOUSE, Charles B. Melvin, Stoneham 

Stow Hotel, James Boyd, Stow 

Clough John, Townsend Centre, Townsend 

Railroad House, John E. Terrell, " " 

Adams Henry J. Townsend Harbor, " 

Patch E. J. West Townsend, " 

CENTRAL HOUSE, S. R. Cook, Main, cor. Ex- 
change (see adv. dept. p. 100), Waltham 
CRESCENT HOUSE, E. E, Livermore & Co., 

Lexington, near Main (see adv. dept. p. 102), " 
Prospect House, R. Hay, " 

Kelly's Hotel, P. J. Kelly, ' Watertown 

SPRING HOTEL, Samuel L. Bachelder, Main, opp. 

Galen, " 

Pequod House, Thomas H. Simpson, Wayland 

Loker Wm. Cochituate, " 

Central House, Mrs. S. A. Hartshorn, 212 Main, Woburn 

House Furnishing Goods. 
MERRIFIELD J. A., Arlington avenue, Arlington 

SHATTUCK R. W. & CO., Arlington ave. (see 

adv. dept. p. 79), " 
CARR ERW1N S. 918 Main (see adv. dept. p. 

154), Cambridge 

Estes I. P. 30 Brighton, " 
MOORE CHAS. & CO. 8 Brattle and 2 Palmer 

(see advt p. 2, front), " 

Hall Joseph, 637 Main, Cambridgeport, " 

Higgins & Kimbley, 651 Main, " " 

PIERCE & STAYNER, 644 Main (see adv. dept. 

p. 151), Cambridgeport, " 

Robbins James M. 629 Main, " " 

Woodward, Gage & Co. North Cambridge, " 

BLOOD & AKINS, 369 Main (see adv. dept. p. 

197), Charlestown 

Carter A. J. 118 Main, " 

Chamberlain M. 6 Warren avenue, " 

GARY E. & CO. 92 Main (see adv. dept. p. 193), " 



RJEEI> & BARTON'S Plated Ware, at DODGE'S, 143 Main Street, 

Woburn. 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



203 



HANDY L. S. 10 Cambridge (see adv. dept. p. 

195), 'XJharlestown 

Moore Wm. B. & Son, « 

Ruddell Wm. 500 Main, " 

SAUNDERS Z. M. 478 Main, 

Perkins & Atwood, Masonic building, Everett 

GODDARD ALONZO, Main, near Centre depot 

(see adv dept. p. 122), Lexington 

Fairgrieve George W. 9 and 11 Middle, Lowell 

Mehan John, 24 Prescott, " 

Mehan Owen, 8 and 11 Prescott, " 

NICHOLS JACOB, Market, cor. Dutton (see adv. 

dept. p. 69), " 

Offutt & Whitaker, 33 and 35 Market, " 

Puffer J. F. 9 and 11 Market, " 

Backus J. A., Bailey's building, Maiden 

KIMBALL H. Z., Pleasant, near Central sq. " 

Snaith George S., Central square, " 

Trayes W. H., Pleasant, near Central square, " 

Small John D,, Main, near Bridge, Medford 

Daily A. U., Main, near Essex, Melros e 

Cleland John & Co. 7 Union block, , Natick 

Stiles W. L., Nonantum block, Newton 

COUSENS S. & SON (see adv. dept. p. 116), 

Auburndale, " 
LEAVITT O. B. Newtonville, 

White & Knapp, Newton Centre, " 

Knapp W. B. & Co. West Newton, " 

Gammons L. A. Lower Falls, " 

Cady Collins, Upper Falls, " 

Trowbridge J. E. " " 

DeJean E. & Co. Reading 

Hanley Mathew, " 

Littlefield T. & Co. " 

Lovejoy J. A. 69 Main, Stoneham 

Theobald J., Main, opp. Hersom, " 

Cartwright J., Cartwright's block, Wakefield 

Littlefield S. F., Albion, near Main, " 

NETTLES BROTHERS, Mechanic, near Main 

(see adv. dept. p. 74), " 

Knapp W. B. 288 Main, • Waltham 

PATCH G. F., Moody, cor. Gordon (see adv. dept. 

p. 102), 
Stickney R. & Sons, 389 Main, " 

Ireland James L. Watertown 

Stiles W. L., Post-office building, ' 
HILL & BABBIDGE, 240 Main (see advt. p. 15 



front), 
Pollock G. W. 



Woburn 



See the beautiful new styles of cases in GEORGE WOODS CO. 
Organs. 



204 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



House FurnisJiing Goods, — continued. 
STANLEY CHAS. W., Main, cor. Salem (see adv. 

dept. p. 85), Woburn 

STROUT C. M. 200 Main (see adv. dept. p. 84), « 
Thompson L. jr. 219 Main, " 



House Trimmings Manufacturers. 
Martin E. M. 4 Cushing, 



Lowell 



Hydraulic Presses and Pumps. 

RAWSON & HETTINGER (Charles River Iron 

Works) (see adv. dept. p. 167), 

Cambridgeport, Cambridge 
Cook, Rymes & Co., Water, cor. Chambers, Charlestown 
DOBBINS WILLIAM, Dutton, near Mechanics 

Mills (see adv. dept. p. 43), Lowell 

Ice Cream Dealers. 

CURIO BROTHERS, 12 Bunker Hill, Charlestown 

COVELL J. W., Pleasant, opp. Howard House 

(see adv. dept. p. 59), Maiden 

Ice Dealers. 

Durgin Asa, Arlington 

Fisk & Son, Ashland 

Tilton & Nason, " 

Hazzard E. Ayer 

Floyd J. G-. & Son, Brighton 
CHASE SAMUEL F. 123 Columbia (see adv. 

dept. p. 162), Cambridgeport, Cambridge 

Legrow J. " " 

Boston Ice Co. Charlestown 

Addison Gage & Co. (wholesale), " 

Hittinger Jacob, " 

Tudor Ice Co. " 
Eames Edwin, -South Framingham, Framingham 

Leland G. T. Holliston 

Rice S. Hudson 

TRIPP BROTHERS (see adv. dept p. 127), « 

Gage Daniel, 94 Pawtucket, Centralville, Lowell 

Maiden Ice Co., Tilton & Benson, Maiden 

Brigham John, Marlborough 

Floyd J. G. & Son, Medford 

Mills Caleb, " 

Mystic Ice Co. " 

Goodnow C. A. Natick 

Morrill John, " 

Newton Ice Co. Newton 

Newton Ice Co. Lower Falls, " 



ROGERS' PLATED WARE, AT DODGE'S, 1*3 MAIN STREET, 
WOBURN. 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 205 

Damon Edson, Reading 

Wilson J. A. & Co. Stoneham 

Hart M. J. Wakefield 

Boston Ice Co. " 

Hyde George S. Waltham 

Kendall L. J. 19 Crescent, " 

Peterson Joseph, Felton, near Moody, " 

HOWARD. BROS., Galen, cor. Washington (see 

adv. dept. p. 97), Watertown 

Ice Elevator Manufacturers. 
RAWSON & HITTINGER (see adv. dept. p. 

167), Cambridgeport, Cambridge 

Ice Tool Manufacturers. 

WOOD WILLIAM T. & CO., Arlington ave. (see 

adv. dept. p. 78), Arlington 

Reed S. L. Belmont 

Pettingill Joseph R. Cambridge 

Cutter J. Harris, North Cambridge, " 

Cook, Rymes & Co. Charlestown 

Union Stone Co. Everett 

Imitation Rubber Goods. 

Boston Diatite Co. Newtonville, Newton 

Imitation Stones for Jewelers. 

MCCARTHY JOSEPH (see advt. opp. Porcelain 

Glass Manuf.), Woburn 

Ink Manufacturer. 
Billings J. T., Bridge, cor. River, Centralville, Lowell 

Ink (stamping). 
PARSONS & GIBBY, 3 Fletcher (see adv. dept. 

p. 8), Lowell 

Inkstand Manufacturer. 
HUDSON J. F. 64 Fifth (see advt. p. 22, front) , 

East Cambridge, Cambridge 

Inner Sole Manufacturers. 

Bracket J. & Son, rear 460 Main, Charlestown 

Calnan Patrick, " 

Wing George, 10 Water, " 

Inner Soles and Stiffenings. 

Russell & Johnson, Woburn 

SIMONDS N. J. 95 Main, « 



A visit to the warerooms and factory of Geo. Woods Co., 634: Main St. 
Cambridgeport, will amply repay all interested in musi«. 



206 MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 

Insurance Agents. 

Allen John F. Arlington 

Wellington George Y., at Depot, " 

HAYWARD E. H. 7 Page's block, ,Ayer 

HILDRETH L. H., Merchants Row, » 

UNDERWOOD GEORGE E (general), Mer- 
chants Row (see adv. dept. p. 139), " 
Chenery W. L. Belmont 
Foster Nathaniel, jr. " 
Trowbridge & Tisden, Brighton 
Sever C. W. (fire), Harvard sq. Cambridge 
Bird H. & Co. 559 Main, Cambridgeport, " 
Buckley Daniel A. 547 Main, " " 
Colby B. Frank, 573 Main, " « 
Dooley J. M. 654 Main, " " 
Knight A. B. 459 Main, « " 
Sawyer J. S., Hyde's block, " » 
Smith J. A. & Son, 555 Main, " " 
WEBBER J. H. 608 Main, " 
Coveney J. W. 97 Cambridge, East Cambridge, " 
HASTINGS W. B. & CO. 97 Cambridge (see 

advt. front colored), East Cambridge, " 

Anderson J. F. (gen'l), 21 City sq. Charlestown 

Bradford Duncan, " 

Brown Benjamin F. 19 City square, " 

COOPER & KELSO, 154 Main, 

DeCosta & Sawyer, 9 Citv square, " 

Kendall J. B. (fire), 25 Main, « 

Long George H. 25 Main, " 

Shedd A. B. 25 City square, " 

WOLSTON JOHN R. 1 Chelsea, 
ADAMS C. S. (fire) (see adv. dept. p. 121), 

Framingham 
Esty & Hurd, " 

PUFFER G. D. Saxonville, " 

ALLEN ASA (fire and life), Andrews' block 

(see adv. dept. p. 166), Holliston 

Travers George C. jr. " 

Merrick S. Hopkinton 

Meserve Clement, " 

Woodbury A. H. " 

JOSLIN JAMES T. (fire and life), Brigham's 

block, Hudson 

Rawson & Wood, " 

Barnard Virgil G. 18 Appleton Bank block, Lowell 

Church Henry C. 23 Central, " 

Coburn George W. & Son, 39 Merrimac, " 

Cook James, 49 Central, " 



The best place to buy your Watt lies and Jewelry is at Dodge's, 143 
Alain Street, Woburu. 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 207 



Crossman E. J. 22 Central, Lowell 

Davis Joseph B. " 

Denney Samuel, Museum block, " 

Devlin John S. 49 (Central, " 

Hunt & Elliott, 28 Central, " 

McAlvin John B. 18 Appleton Bank block, " 

Pierce James M. 4 Barrister's Hall, " 

Stickney S. W. (life), " 

Walker George W. 48 Central, " 

Wallace Daniel R. 4 Central, " 

Wheeler Frank W. (life), 41£ Merrimac, " 

YORK & EDWARDS (fire and life), 19 Appleton 

Bank block and 98 Central (see adv. dept. 

p. 40), 
Bailey George T. Maiden 

Merrill Charles (life and fire), Bank building, " 

SPRAGUE PHINEAS (agent Dwelling House 

Ins. Co.), office at Town House (see advt. back 

cover), " 

MAYO H. L. (see adv. dept. p. 216), Maplewood, " 
Aldrich S. N. Marlborough 

Barnes William, Fairmount block, " 

Warren W. M. " 

Whitney E. C. 

Angier Luther, Medford 

Farwell Luther, " 

F1FIELD W. W., R. R. bldg. Main st. (see adv. 

dept. p. 70), " 

Hayes Benjamin F. " 

Sparrell John, " 

FAIRBANKS DAVID, Main st. Melrose 

Farwell R. E. Natick 

Hollis E. P. " 

Shattuck J. N. (life), " 

Smith Nathaniel, " 

Perry Elijah, South Natick, " 

Bacon George W. Newton 

Smith Buel, " 

Allen H. F. Newtonville, " 

DAVIS SETH, West Newton, " 

Wightman W. J. Reading 

Blaisdell A. Somerville 

Colby B. Frank, 10 Union square, " 

Conwell R. U. & Co., Union square, " 

Sanboi-n D. A., Union square, " 

Porter & Daniels, Perkins, cor. Lincoln, 

East Somerville, " 

Curtis Jesse, Stoneham 

Farrier Amasa, " 



Geo. Woods Co.'s Parlor and Vestry Organs are not equalled for 
purity and brilliancy of tone. 



208 MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 

Insurance Agents, — continued. 

Gerry Ira, Stoneham 

Smith Henry A. " 

Sweetser Warren, " 

Abbott B. F. Wakefield 

Eaton C. W. " 

Eustis James, " 

Hartshorn Chas. F. " 

MANSFIELD J. D., Main, cor. Albion, " 

Johnson B. B. Waltham 

Smith S. W. " 

Viles Daniel F. 2 Central block, " 

Barnard Joel (fire and life), Watertown 

Dow James N., Wade block, Woburn 
HORTON SPARROW (fire and life), 165 Main, 
Porter B. T. H. 172 Main, 

Thompson S. F. 205 Main, * " 

Intelligence Offices, 

Carruthers Robert Mrs. 3 Brattle sq., Cambridge 

Hunnewell E. M. 4 Holyoke, " 

SAVAGE W. F. 130 Main, Charlestown 

Fletcher Horatio, 84 Central, Lowell 

Murray P. S. 59 Market, " 

Potter W. E. & Co. 3 Museum block, " 

BARRETT & McMAHON MISSES, Kimball's 

block, Pleasant st. Maiden 

ARMSTRONG A. MRS., Moody, cor. Pine (see 

adv. dept. p. 104), Waltham 

Lane George Mrs. Watertown 

Iron and Steel. 

(See also Hardioare and Cutlery.) 
BUTCHER JOHN, 17 Middle (see adv. dept. p. 

211), Lowell 

Iron, Brass and Composition Castings. 

BROWN RUFUS G & CO. (see adv. dept. p. 

101), Waltham 

Iron Fence Manufacturers. 

JONES & BARTLETT, 12 Gore (see adv. dept. 

p. 177), East Cambridge, Cambridge 

Mack S. G. & Co. 123 and 125 Market, Lowell 

Iron Pounders. 
BRIGGS & KELLEY (see adv. dept. p. 141), Ayer 

BIRD WILLIAM E., Sixth, cor. Potter (see adv. 

dept. p. 152), Cambridgeport, Cambridge 

Boston Rolling Mill, W. R. Ellis, & Co. " " 



When you are in Woburn, calJ in at Dodge's and take a look at Ilia 
Stock of Watt lie s, Silver Ware, &c, 14a Main Street. 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 209 

Kinsley Edgar, Hampshire St., Cambridgeport, Cambridge 
Shawmut Iron Works, " " 

U.N ION MACHINE & FOUNDRY CO. 58 Cam- 
bridge (see adv. dept. p. 185), East Cambridge, " 
Osgood, Davis & Hart, 3 Sherman, Charlestown 

CHELMSFORD FOUNDRY CO. (see adv. dept. 

p. 123), North Chelmsford, Chelmsford 

RICE T. H. W. (see adv. dept. p. 129), Hudson 

Cole & Nichols, Willie, cor. Dutton, Lowell 

LOWELL MACHINE SHOP, Geo. Richardson, 

supt., Dutton st. " 

PEVEY BROTHERS, Walker, cor. Nashua R. R. 

(see adv. dept. p. 23), " 

Pettee Otis & Co., Upper Falls, Newton 

BRADFORD WILLIAM R., Myrtle, cor. Wash- 
ington (see adv. dept. p. 71), 

East Somerville, Somerville 
Boston & Maine Foundry Co. Wakefield 

BROWN RUFUS G. & CO. (see adv. dept. p. 

101), Waltham 

Davis & Farnum, Bleachery Station, " 

Pratt Miles & Co. Watertown 

American Tool & Machine Co., Charles H. Shuttle, 

supt. Woburn 

Woburn Iron Co., C. H. Shute, agent, " 

Iron Pipe Dealers. 

BARKER HORACE R. & CO. (wrought and galva- 
nized) 8 and 10 Central (see advt. front cover), 

Lowell 
Iron Pipe Manufacturers. 
Shawmut Iron Works, Cambridgeport, Cambridge 

Walworth Manufacturing Co. 368 Main, " " 

Iron Roofing Manufacturers. 
Kendall & Roberts, 92 Main, Cambridgeport, Cambi'idge 
Mack S. G. & Co. 123 and 125 Market, Lowell 

Ivory Turner. 
PRATT DAVID G. 135 Broadway (see adv. dept. 

p. 152), Cambridgeport, Cambridge 

Jack Screw Manufacturers. 
UNION MACHINE & FOUNDRY CO. 58 Cam- 
bridge (see adv. dept. p. 185), 

East Cambridge, Cambridge 

Jacks and Punches. 
Turner Joseph, 27 Howe, Lowell 



Geo. Woods Co.'s Combination Solo Stops are remarkable foi the 
beauty and. variety of the musical effects of which they are capable. 

14 



210 MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 

Japanner. 
Phinney H. M. 368 Main, Cambridgeport, Cambridge 

Jewelry, Watches, etc. 

Baldwin L. C. South Acton, Acton 

Decoster George H. West Acton, " 

RENWICK ROBERT, opp. depot (see adv. dept. p. 

77), Arlington 

Billings & Oxley, Ashland 

Folger Zenas, " 

iirock G. C. Ayer 

Markhain E A. " 

Tebbetts C. 

Greenleaf Mark H. Brighton 

Ilazeltine W. C. 7 Harvard square, Cambridge 

Hunnewell James A. " 

Huntington James, 458 Harvard, " 

Huntington J. 9 Harvard row, " 

Balch N. P. 559 Main, Cambridgeport, " 

Gibbs Benj. W. 593 Main, " " 

Pratt Lewis, 463 Main, " " 

Brine C F. 120 Cambridge, East Cambridge, c i 

Bryant F. S. 121 Cambridge, " " " 

Flagg Simon, 162 Cambridge, " " 

Josselyn Aaron, 62 Cambridge, " " 

Bissell D M. North Cambridge, " 

FOBES HORACE, " " 

Addison Henry J. 219 Main, Charlestown 

Jones J. G. 283 Main, " 

Leonard Nathaniel, 97 Main, " 

Smith & Hartwell, 123 Main, " 

Stone Jasper, 35 Main, " 

Wood B. B. 281 Main, " 

Collier Asa C. Concord 

Wood Moses, South Framingham, Framingbam 

Thumpson L. B. Saxonville, " 

Russell James L. R. Groton 

Rice Albert, 5 Pond's block, Holliston 

Brown O. L. Hopkinton 

Morse Cbarles D. " 

Hewett S. Myron, Hudson 

TALBOT LOUIS B., Rice's block (see adv. dept. 

p. 127), 
Field L. S. Ill Middlesex, Lowell 

Hallett Milo G. 153 Central, " 

Lyman A. P. 93 Central, " 

Marsh M. A. Miss (hair jewelry), 103 Merrimac, " 

Morgan E. 3 Russell's block, " 



Prank B, TDodge, 143 Main Street, Woburn, will fill orders for Goods, 
at Manufacturers' Prices. Ciive Him a call. 



FRANK L. RICHARDSON, 

Junior partner of L. B. RICHARDSON &. CO. 

Money & Exchange Broker, 

OFFICE, 108 CENTRAL ST., LOWELL, III ASS. 

Dealer in FINE 

Gold and Silver Watches, 

DIAMONDS, 

Fine Jewelry, Plated Ware, Fancy Goods, etc. 

Also, on hand and for sale CHEAP, 

jSim$, ptqrican, flip and |lallltam lately, 

A fine line of LADIES' AND GENTS, 

OOXiB OHAIMS. 

ALSO, 

Boston Clock Agency, 

The best line of Clocks to be found outside of Boston, at WHOLESALE 
PRICES. Also, 

&ZTJVS, PISTOLS, 

Pocket & fable Cutlery* 

^■"P. S.-An endless variety of Unredeemed Prop- 
erty for sale CHEAP. 

We have the facility for selling goods at a much less price than any firm in the 
city. We buy for CASH and sell for a SMALL PROFIT. 

Mr. A. LAWRENCE, 

A Practical Watchmaker, has Lowell Standard Time. 

Attends to all kinds of 

WATCH AND CLOCK REPAIRING. 

Also, has for sale, all the 

Celebrated United States Watehes. 



One of the Largest and Most Varied Stocks 

IN 

AMEEICA. 



American Rubber Co. 

42 Bedford Street, Boston, 

Manufacturers and Jobbers in every variety of 

RUBBER GOODS, 

Consisting in part of 

Clothing, Carriage Cloths, 
Boots and. Shoes, 

HORSE GOODS, 

Druggists' Goods, Stationers' Goods, etc. . 



"We solicit a careful examination of our 



BELTING, PACKING AND HOSE. 

We especially invite the attention of 

PLUMBERS 

To our HOSE. We make a specialty of this branch in our business, and can SUIT 
in both price and quality. We have the famous 

Fishermen's Jackets and Pants, 

All of which we offer on the most reasonable terms. Prices and Price Lists furnished 
on application. 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 211 

Ordway Henry M. 86 Merrimac, Lowell 

Raynes Joseph & Co., 43 Central, " 

RICHARDSON FRANK L. 108 Central, (see 

adv. opp. p. 210), " 

Sanborn Amos & Co. 25 Central, « 

Williams G. T. 29 Merrimac, " 

Wood George H. 73 Central, « 
HILL S. T. near Fost-offlce (see adv. dept. p. 65), 

Maiden 

LEEDHAM J. S., Main st. next to Bakery (see 

adv. dept. p. 61), " 
Brigham L. S. Marlborough 

Graves Charles H., Union block, " 

Mosman A, M. Maynard 

Gibbs J. N., Medford sq. Medford 

Feabody Rufus M. 1 Forest, " 

Rutherford J. H. 10 Union block, Natick 

Washburn J. H. » " 

Macomber A. J. Newton Corner, Newton 

Webster J. F. ' Upper Falls, " 

Beard William E., Main, opp. Haven, Reading 

Hill J. F., Union sq. Somerville 

Daniels C. H. Stoneham 

Gibbs George H. " 
Blood Walter, Townsend Centre, Townsend 

Pratt Frank, " " 

Cheuey C. H. R., Main, opp. Albion, Wakefield 
Hall A. W. &Co. 

Davis C. E., Elm, cor. Main, Walcham 

Eastman E. S. 281 Main, " 
STARBUCK ALEXANDER, 3 Central block (see 

adv. dept. p. 104), " 

Warren Andrew, 3 Central block, " 

Whitford George H., Main, cor. Lexington, " 

Rogers William, Watertown 

Whitney Hiram, " 

DearingChas. S. 150 Main, Woburn 
DODGE FRANK B. 142 Main (see left-hand foot 

lines), " 

Lockerby S. R. 146 Main, « 

Matthews I. L. 119 Main, " 

Smith G. F. & Co. 187 Main, " 

Jewelry Manufacturers. 
CROSBY J. Q. (shell) (see adv. dept. p. 122), 

South Framingham, Framinarham 
DODGE FRANK B 142 Main (see foot lines), Woburn 

Junk Dealers. 
FRY C. J. & CO. (see adv. dept. p. 148), Ayer 



The cases of Geo. Woods Co.'s Organs are of the most beautiful and 
graceful designs. 



212 MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



JuvJc Dealers, — continued. 
HURD, TAYLOR & CO., Cherry, cor. School (see 

adv. dept. p. 161), Cambridgeport, Cambridge 

LARKIN JOHN, junc. Cambridge and Bridge, 

East Cambridge, " 

SULLIVAN T. 127 Bridge (see adv. dept. p. 179), 

East Cambridge, " 

Barns Arthur, 24 Water, Cbarlestown 

Pembroke Christopher, 10 Water, " 

QUINN PATRICK, 25 Charles River ave. " 

JOHNSON H. N. Holliston 

DODGE LUKE C. 55 Dutton, Lowell 

Langley S. & W. 21 Middle, 

Nugent Michael, 16 Gorbam, " 

Ready A. L. 65 Dutton, " 

TYRR ALL JOSEPH, 20 Gorbam (see adv. dept. p. 
55), 

Justices of the Peace. 
(For full list see Miscellaneous Department.} 
BUSNACH MICHAEL S. 576 Main, 

Cambridgeport, Cambridge 
DICKSON WILLIAM, 347 Cambridge, " 
WYMAN SAMUEL B. (peace and" quorum), 3 

Canal block, Lowell 

HOLMES C. A., Salem, cor. Ferry, Maiden 

SARGENT A. F., Salem, cor. Ferry, " 

FAIRBANKS DAVID, Unity Hall, Melrose 

HORTON SPARROW, 165 Main, Woburn 

Kerosene Lamps, etc. 
McMATH JOHN, 216 Main (see adv. dept. p. 

204), Charlestown 

Kindling Wood Dealer. 
Osborn E., Osborn's Mill, Cambridgeport, Cambridge 

Kitchen Furnishing Goods. 
(See also House Furnishing Goods.) 
Greenwood W. B. 509 Main, Cambridgeport, Cambridge 
PRATT CHARLES O. & CO. 226 Cambridge 

(see adv. de-pt. p. 175), East Cambridge, " 

BLOOD & AKINS, 369 Main (see adv. dept. p. 

197), Cbarlestown 

BRAGDON GEORGE (see adv. dept. p. 128), Hudson 
MAYNARD A. L. (see adv. dept. p. 136), " 

HILDRETH & RICE, 16 Middie (see adv. dept. 

p. 8), Lowell 

LOVEJOY D. & SON, Cushing, cor. Rock, " 

BROWNELL BROTHERS, Milk, cor. Dane, Somerville 
HOLMES CHARLES, near Union sq. 



Buy your Goods at Home. Save time and Monty by calling at Dodge's, 
143 Main Street, Woburn. 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 213 

Knife Manufacturers. 

(See also Edge Tools.) 
HOBBS JOHN C. (splitting knives), Arlington 

ave. Arlington 

Robv Manuf Co., West Chelmsford, Chelmsford 

LOVEJOY DANIEL & SON, Cushing, cor. Rock, Lowell 

Knife Sharpener Manufacturers. 
Dow & Son, 3 Jackson, Lowell 

Knob Manufacturer. 
Marston Oliver H. Stoneham 

Kyanizing Timber. 
PROPRIETORS OF THE LOCKS & CANALS 
ON MERRIMAC RIVER, James B. Francis, 
agent (see advt. Miscellaneous Department), Lowell 

Ladder Manufacturers. 
MOULTON HENRY & CO., Gore, near Sixth 

(see adv. dept. p. 177), East Cambridge, Cambridge 
SMART D. C. 382 Main (see adv. dept. p. 168), 

Cambridgeport, " 

BISHOP H. R. & CO., Broadway, opp. Nunnery 
Grounds (see adv. dept. p. 72), 

East Somerville, Somerville 

Ladies' Furnishing Goods. 
Hardwiek Edward, 465 Main, Cambridgeport, Cambridge 
Pillsbury Edward L. 305 Main, Charlestown 

Wemyss C. C. 232 Bunker Hill, " 

Holt S. A. Hudson 

SANBORN E. L. MISS, Goodrich block (see 

adv. dept. p. 135), " 

Blood S. A. 78 Merrimac, Lowell 

Bemis H. J. 162 Merrimac, " 

Carter & Cully, 102 Merrimac, " 

Chase L. S. 168 Merrimac, " 

Tboits A. M. 116 Merrimac, " 

Boyd & Weeks, 5 Tremont block, Marlborough 

Jones William H. 21 Main, Natick 

Pope Geo. S. & Co. 1 Walcott's block, " 

Dayton N. L., Post-office bldg., 

East Somerville, Somerville 
Macurdy J. W. 277 Main, Waltham 

BANCROFT E. MISS, 175 Main (see adv. dept. 

p. 86), Woburn 

ROWELL & WRIGHT MISSES, 174 Main (see 

adv. dept. p. 86), " 

SULLIVAN S. A. MRS. 220£ Main (see adv. 

dept. p. 86), " 



Geo. Woods Co.'s Organs are constructed in the most thorough and 
perfect manner. 



214 MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 

Lamps, Kerosene Oil, etc. 
FISKE & SPALDING, 101 and 103 Central, 

and 3 and 4 Jackson (see adv. dept. p. 10), Lowell 

Lampblack Manufacturers. 
BENNETT J W. 240 Middlesex (see adv. dept. 

p. 35), Lowell 

Bennett James, Ayer City, " 

Smith Luther, " " 

Lantern Manufacturers. 
Tufts Brothers, Charlestown 

Lard and Tallow Manufacturers. 

FURBUSH ANDREW, rear 494 Main (see adv. 

dept. p. 191), Charlestown 

North Charles H. & Co. Somerville 

Squire John P. & Co. " 

Lard Can Manufacturers. 
Wilder H. H. & Co. 8 Jackson, Lowell 

Last Machines and Patent Guides. 
MILLAY P. E. (see adv. dept. p. 132), Hudson 

Last Makers. 
Tilton Charles H. Ashland 

Gitson & Walker (rubber), 174 Broadway, 

Cambridgeport, Cambridge 
Phipps W. Woodville, Hopkinton 

MILLAY PHILIP E. (see adv. dept. p. 132), Hudson 
COX GEORGE P. (rubber) Pleasant, near B. and 

M. depot (see adv. dept. p. 62), Maiden 

Jackson Thomas, Marlborough 

Ramsdell Brothers, Natick 

Lathe Manufacturers. 

SHEDD GEORGE F. (watchmakers', jewelers' 
and dentists'), Lexington, near Beaver (see 
advt. p. 24, front), Waltham 

STARK JOHN, Moody St., south side (see adv. 

dept. p. 100), " 

Laundries. 

(See also Dye Houses; also BleacJieries.) 

Bacon Robert &Co. 511 Main, Cambridgeport, Cambridge 
BATES & LEWIS, Portland, near Broadway (see 

adv. dept p. 164), Cambridgeport, " 

Cambridge Laundry, L. Cox, " " 



Silver Ware made to order at Dodge's, 1-43 Main Street, Woburn, less 
than Boston prices. 



MIDDLESEX C0UN1Y DIRECTORY. 215 



Fairfield Allen, 21 Merrimac, Lowell 

Richardson Joseph W., Cabot St. « 

Maiden Laundry, David Higgins, Maiden 

Melrose Laundry, G C. Nichols, Melrose 
BLACKWELL E. B. (see adv. dept. p. 114), Newton 

Wetherbee Warren, Waltham 

Lawyers. 
Reed Isaac G. West Acton, Acton 

Carter Ira O. Arlington 

Hardy John H. u 

Parmenter William E. u 

Morse G. W. « 

Wells Henry J. « 

Higley George T. Ashland 

Norris George D. « 

Bennett J. K. Ayer 

Gerrish James, « 

Spaulding John jr., Main, cor. Washington, " 
WALLINGFORD CHARLES R., Page's block, « 
WORCESTER F. A., Wood's block, 

Ware George W. jr. Belmont 

Whitman George H. Billerica 

Baldwin Henry, Brighton 

Bennett Joseph, « 

Bennett William F. " 

Braman Joseph B. » 

Norton Michael, « 

Sinclair Albert T. « 

Warren Webster, « 

Warren W. Wirt, <• 

Barker James M. 23 Brattle sq. Cambridge 

Dudley Sanford H , Harvard sq. " 

Whitney Benjamin W. 23 Brattle sq. " 
DOLLINGER S. W., Lechmere building, 

East Cambridge. Cambridge 
MARRETT LORENZO, Cambridge, cor. Sec- 
ond, East Cambridge, " 
Mclntire Charles J. 97 Cambridge, " " 
Smith John R. 128 Cambridge, " « 
Stacy Melville, 220 North ave. North Cambridge, " 
Angell Isaac, 603 Main, Cambridgeport, " 
Chamberlain H. M. 595 Main, " " 
Engley William F. 573 Main, " « 
Hammond J. W. 555 Main, " " 
Holt J. G. 583 Main, 

Jacobs B. F. 583 Main, « « 
MARTIN WILLIAM H. 563 Main, " 
Avery & Walker, 25 Main, Charlestown 



Hear the "Vox Humana" atop in Geo. Woods Co.'s Organs : it is 
baritone solo stop, not a mere fan or tremolo. 





216 MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 


Lawyers, — continued. 






Bailey Andrew J. 25 City sq. 




Charlestown 


Brao;g Henry W. 25 Main, 




" 


BUTLER JOHN H. 25 City sq. (see 


adv. 


dept. 


p. 210), 




" 


Cotton Joseph H. 25 City sq. 




" 


Darling E. H. 25 Main, 




" 


Harris Samuel T. 5 Chelsea, 




l( 


Holbrook Moses, 25 Main, 




" 


Miller William H. 25 City sq. 




» 


O'Brien J.- W. 7 City square, 




<( 


Pettingill John W. 3 Chelsea, 




" 


Pickering J. W. 25 City square, 




" 


STEARNS WM. S. 25 City sq. (see 


adv. 


dept. 


p. 210), 




<c 


Sweeney Charles E. 7 City sq. 




u 


Swift E T. 3 Chelsea, 




« 


Walker Edwin G. 7 City sq. 




a 


Warren G. Washington, 




(( 


Williams Daniel, 




" 


Wilson Samuel S. 16 Main, 




(( 


Brooks George M. 




Concord 


Heywood George, 




« 


Hoar Samuel, 




H 


Thompson Charles, 




a 


Varnum Atkinson C. 




Dracut 


BAILEY DUDLEY P. JR., Badger's building, 


Broadway (see adv. dept. p. 65), 




Everett 


Alger E. A jr. 




» 


Whitman J. H. 




ti 


Adams C. S. 




Framingham 


Esty C. C. 




" 


Gordon Robert, 




« 


Washburne Edgar W. South Framingham, 


Heard F. F. Saxonville, 


Bennett Josiah K. 




Groton 


Bullard Elias, 




Holliston 


Travis George C. jr. 




a 


Meserve Clement, 




Hopkinton 


Wakefield L. H. 




" 


JOS LIN JAMES T., Brigham's block, 




Hudson 


Cottrell Asa, 




Lexington 


O'Connell Maurice, 




a 


Scott A. E. 




<( 


Hartwell Shattuck, 




Littleton 


Abbott James C. 43£ Central, 




Lowell 


Abbott Julian, 81 Central, 




" 


Anderson William H. 1 Barristers' Hall 


t 


a 


Barth Daniel W. 4 Central, 




" 





FranU B. Dodge, Watches, Jewelry, SilverWare, Sewing Machines, 
Musical Instruments, Fancy Goods, «fcc, 1 l.'-J iUain Street, Wobnru, 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY 


217 


Bent William H. 56 Central, 


Lowell 


Blaisdell Charles R. 3 Canal block, 


" 


Boardman H. W. 5 and 6 Barristers' Hall, 


(c 


Bonney Arthur P. 43£ Central, 


it 


Burgess & Leonard, 5 Merrimac, 


« 


Butler B. F. 4 Museum building, 


cc 


Caverly Robert B. 11 Barristers' Hall, 


(< 


Conant Charles H. 1 Barristers' Hall, 


(C 


Cowley Charles, 75 Central, 


IC 


Crowley Jeremiah, 75 Central, 


u 


Davis John, 49 Central, 


" 


Frye John F. 49 Central, 


u 


Greenhalge Frederic T. 55 Central, 


(« 


Hamblet Martin L. 3 Barristers' Hall, 


" 


Howe Charles F. 49 Central, 


u 


Jewett A. F. 170 Merrimac, 


u 


Kimball J. Chellis, 5 Barristers' Hall, 


(< 


Knowles John A. 17 Appleton block, 


" 


Ladd John, 121 Museum building, 


(( 


Lamson Alfred G. 55 Central, 


« 


Loughlin William H. 49 Central, 


(( 


Loughran James, 3 Canal block, 


M 


Marshall Joshua N. 3 Barristers' Hall, 


K 


McEvoy John F. 43£ Central, 


(( 


MeNamara Owen, Museum block, 


« 


MOORE ALBERT M. 49 Central, 


" 


Pickman John J. 5 Barristers' Hall, 


" 


Porter Irving S. 43J Central, 


" 


Reed John W. 4 Barristers' Hall, 


(( 


Rice D. Hall, Museum block, 


" 


Richardson D. S. & G. F. 55 Central, 


It 


Richardson H. E. 43^ Central, 


4t 


Scott G. Clarence, Tyler's block, 


(( 


Shepard Luther E. 43£ Central, 


" 


Stevens Geo. & Anderson William H. 1 Barristers' 


Hall, 


(( 


Swan Charles A. F. 13 Barristers' Hall, 


« 


Sweetser & Gardner, 43£ Central, 


(( 


Varnum A. C Appleton block, 


(( 


Wentworth Tappan, 170 Merrimac, 


If 


Williams Benjamin J. 56 Central, 


[< 


WYMAN SAMUEL B. 3 Canal block, 


(C 


Scammon Geo. S., over B. & M. depot, 


Maiden 


Sprague Wm. G., Bailey's block, 


" » 


Aldrich Samuel N. 


Marlborough 


Gale Wm. B. 13 Boyd's block, 


<■<. 


Johnson Edward F. 


i< 


Hillis John, 


Maynard 


Reed Joseph W. 


a 



Llearthe "Aeoline" Stop in Geo. Woods Co.'s Organs. It is a most 
beautiful soft or breathing-stop. 





218 MIDDLESEX COUNTY 


DIRECTORY. 




Lawyers, — continued. 






Dnrgin M. H. 




Medford 


Gleason D. A. 




^ 


Harlow Thomas S. 




C( 


Hayes Benj. F. 




" 


Perry B. E. 




" 


Eussell Charles, 




u 


Cumrnings Charles E. 


West Medford, " 


Lynde A. V. 




Melrose 


Smith E. B. 




" 


Cooney P. H. 




Natick 


Mason Walter N. 3 Union block, 




" 


Nutt William, 




" 


Sleeper Geo L. 




a 


Tirrell C. Q. 8 Union block, 




" 


Brigham Cephas, 




Newton 


Goodrich John B. 




ic 


Weston Thomas, jr. 




C( 


Thacher P. & S. 


West Newton, " 


Van Duzee I. D. 


u 


« 


Abbott J. S. 


Auburndale, " 


Kimball J. R. 


U 


" 


Wallace Levi, 




Pepperell 


Bancroft Solon, 




Reading 


Judd Chauncey P. 




" 


Prescott Alfred A. 




(C 


Wright Carroll D. 




« 


Gerrish James, 


Shirley Village, Shirley 


Conwell R. H., Union square, 




Somerville 


Knapp 0. S., Union square, 




K 


Lincoln C. S., Union square, 




" 


Maguire Thomas, Union square, 




u 


Tufts Francis, Washington, cor. 


Medford, 


a 


Stevens Wm. B. 




Stoneham 


Mather & Briggs, Dow's block, 




" 


Whitney Edwin, 




Stow 


Bonney Arthur P. 




Tewksbury 


Worcester F. A. Townsend Centre 


, Towmsend 


Blandin Charles F. 




Wakefield 


Eaton Chester W. 


1 


" 


Upton Edward A. 




" 


BUTLER JOSIAH, Hastings' building, 


Waltham 


Eaton T. B. 




" 


Felch Charles B. 9 Central block 


t 


» 


French Daniel, Central block, 




" 


Rutter Josiah, 262 Main, 




" 


Stone F. M., Central block, 




(C 


Abbott Abiel, 




Watertown 


Bemis C. & I. V. 




" 





Dodge, Watchmaker, 14-3 Main Street, Woburn. 
Repaired. 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 219 

Edwards H. J. Watertown 

Wheeler Jesse F. jr. " 

Child D. L. Wayland 

Folsom S. H. Winchester 
Joy A. K. P. 

Bond B. E 159 Main, Woburn 

Converse Parker L. 173 Main, " 

Osgood L. W. 159 Main, ■ 

Lead Pencil Manufacturers. 
Ball Lewis B. Acton 

Hosmer Horace R. '• 

Wright Henry O. Westvale, Concord 

Leather Belting Manufacturers. 
BENT & HURD, 77 Market (see adv. dept. p. 8), Lowell 
Farr William, 130 Middlesex, " 

Gates Joseph & Sons, 4 and 6 Dutton, " 

STEVENS SOLON (see adv. dept. p. 52), 
Whiting & Co., Middle, cor. Shattuck, " 

WILBY WILLIAM & CO. 90 Market (see adv. 

dept. p. 186), " 

Woodrough & Co. East Woburn, Woburn 

Leather Board, Artificial. 

Sampson E. H. Groton 

Flax Leather Co. South Natick, Natick 

Sampson E. H. Shirley 

Rogers S. B. & Co. South Sudbury, Townsend 

Dickerman John E. West Townsend, " 

Leather Board Co. " " 

Leather Dealers and Manufacturers. 
(See also Tanners and Curriers.) 
Guild Chester, rear 573 Main, Charlestown 

HUDSON TANNING CO. Hudson 

Mitchell A. East Lexington, Lexington 

Brown Willard A. 88 Market, Low.ll 

DIMOCK D. L. 88 Market (see adv. dept. p. 25), •« 
WILBY WILLIAM & CO. 90 Market (see adv. 

dept. p 186), " 

White Brothers & Kilburn (fancy), " 

Webster & Co. Maiden 

Perry, Cutler & Co. Wilmington 

Cummings John & Co. Woburn 

Linnell & Parker, " 

Skinner James & Co. " 

Leather Machinery Manufacturers. 
BTTEL JAMES & CO. 129 Main (see adv. dept. 

p. 94), Woburn 



Hear the '* Piano " Stop in Geo. Woods Co.'s Organs. It is a piano of 
exquisite quality of tone which will never require tuning. 



220 MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 

Libraries. 
(See Circulating Libraries.) 

Lime, Cement, Sand, etc. 
PEIRCE J. W., Central depot (see adv. dept. 

p. 80), Arlington 

ROLFE HENRY C. (see adv. dept. p. 140), Ayer 

Prescott Abel & Co. " 

FULLER G-. & .SON", Brighton Corner (see adv. 

dept. p. 105), Brighton 

PRIEST JOHN W., Brighton Corner (see aclvt. 

p. 19, front), " 

STICKNEY M. M. & CO , Winthrop wharf, foot 

of DeWolf, Cambridge 

Bun-age, Shepperd & Co., Broadway, cor. Third, 

Cambridgeport, " 

DINSMORE JAMES (see adv. dept. p. 150), 

Cambridgeport, " 

Gale & Wood, 69 Main, " " 

BRINE & CLARK, Bridge, foot of Third, 

East Cambridge, " 

Brooks William C. & Co. 221 Bridge, " " 

WELLINGTON HORATIO & CO., Cragie's 

Bridge (see adv. dept. p 175), East Cambridge, " 
Hadley Walter M. & Co. 541 Main, Charlestown 

Keyes Edmund & Son, 109 Medford, " 

Knight S. & E. 99 Water, " 

TUFTS NATHAN & SON, 52 Warren ave. (see 

adv. dept, p. 191), " 

WELLINGTON & HUNNEWELL, Charles River 

ave. (see adv. dept. p 195), " 

WOODSUM BROTHERS, junction Main and 

Mystic ave. (see adv. dept. p. 195), " 

Kittredoe William, 32 Middle, Lowell 

LIVINGSTON WM. E. 9 Thorndike (see adv. 

dept. p. 11), " 

MOLLAHAN BROTHERS, 64 Charles, " 

NICHOLS ALANSON, Western ave., cor. Fletcher 

(see adv. dept. p. 44), " 

FOSTER F. E. & CO., Riverside ave. Medford 

Benson S. E.. Melrose 

RICE CHARLES JR. (see adv. dept. p. 112), 

Lower Falls, Newton 
Bourne G. L. & C. B. Auburndale, " 

Nickerson John, Upper Falls, " 

Sanger D. C. & Co. West Newton, " 

Clark F. F. & Co. Waltham 

Gilkey Royal & Co., Arsenal, cor. Irving, " 

HOVEY H. L., Moody, cor. F. R. R, 



Dodge, Optician, 143 Main Street, Woburn, dealer in Spec- 
tacles and Eyeglasses. 



irfR^SK^ 



The oldest Litho graphic Hoixse. 
in. the Unit ed States. 

The finest Lithographic Power Printing Machines 
and the largest in New England. 

^vtKe strongest '^^rfR^- 

Lithographic Work of everr description from. 

Hie cheapest plan to the most elaborite Chromo 

executed at the lowest prices. 

I have no connection with any 

other House, my Office and only "Place 

of business is at 



The highest prize was awarded me for Lithography 
by the Mass. Mechanics Association. 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 221 

Gilkey Royal & Co. Watertown 

McDONALD J. B. 93 Main (see adv. dept. p. 

96), Woburn 

Line and Twine. 
BARNEY ALFRED, 6 Jackson (see adv. dept. p. 

24), Lowell 

Church H. C. & Son, 23 Central, « 

CLARK JEREMIAH, 96 Middle (see advt. Mis- 
cellaneous Department), " 
MARLOW T. & D. (see adv. dept. p. 89), 

East Woburn, Woburn 
MARLOW WILLIAM (see adv. dept. p. 96), 

East Woburn, " 

Liquor Dealers. 

(See also Saloons.) 

Quinn Charles. 116 Fourth, East Cambridge, Cambridge 

Harrington Michael, 28 City sq. Charlestown 

COCHRAN & WHITMAN, Brigham's block 

(see adv. dept. p. 126), Hudson 

COSGROVE JOHN, 272 Merrimac (see adv. dept. 

p. 212), Lowell 

COURTNEY P. & J. (wholesale), 104 Suffolk (see 

adv. dept. p. 1), " 

Cummisky Patrick, 87 and 89 Market, " 

Donohoe James, 66 Gorham, " 

LANNON JOHN (wholesale), 142, 144 and 146 

Market (see adv. dept. p. 187), " 

LYNCH PATRICK (wholesale), 41 Market (see 

adv. dept. p. 7), *' 

McNabb Bros. 8 Merrimac, " 

MYERS PATRICK, Milk, cor. Medford, " 

RAFTER P. H. 203 Market (see adv. dept. p. 

22), « 

SLEEPER L. C. & CO., Suffolk, cor. Market 

(see adv. dept. p. 57), " 

Wheeler Albert (wholesale), 12 Tilden, " 

McCormick Thomas (wholesale), Fitchburg, cor. 

Linwood, Somerville 

Livery Stables. 

(See Stables.) 
Lobster Dealers. 
Elms George H., near Lowell R. R. Machine Shop, 

East Cambridge, Cambridge 
JOHNSON & YOUNG, Warren bridge (see adv. 

dept. p. 208), Charlestown 

Kendall N. J. 75 and 77 Charles River ave. " 

Nickerson A. T. & Co. 49 and 51 Warren ave. " 

Squire M. P. 71 and 73 Charles River ave. "■ 



See the beautiful new styles of cases in GEORGE WOODS CO.'S 
Organs. 



222 MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 

Locksmiths. 

Bradlee C. L. 625 Main, Cambridgeport, Cambridge 
MASON J. 6 Pearl (see adv. dept. p. 159), 

Cambridgeport, " 

Junior Jacjb, 62 Harvard, Charlestown 

Webster E. 0. 289 Main, « 

Bur'ch John, 324 Merrimac, Lowell 

Haskell J H. 2 City Landing, " 

Libby Isaac H. " 

McLaughlin M. 49 Gorham, " 

Trumbull & Co. 129 Central, « 

Webster G. H., Riverside ave. Medford 

Peck L. A. Newton 

Marston Oliver H., Post Office block, Stoneham 

Looking Glass and Picture Frame Manufacturers. 
(See Picture Frames.) 

Loom Beed and Harness Manufacturers. 
(See also Reed and Harness.) 
BROWN D. C, Church, cor. Warren, Lowell 

Harris George W. u 

Murkland William (carpet power), " 

PEIRCE JOHN N., Howe st. (see adv. dept. p. 25), " 
STEVENS SOLON, Fletcher, cor. Western ave. 

(see adv. dept. p. 52), « 

Lounge Manufacturers. 
McELWAIN CHARLES, 54 Cambridge (see 

adv. dept. p. 178), East Cambridge, Cambridge 

Head Thomas, 49 Market, Lowell 

NICHOLS JACOB, Market, cor. Dutton (see adv. 

dept. p. 69), « 

RAY W. H. 13 Middle (see adv. dept. p. 41), « 

Lubricating Compounds. 

MANES A. & CO. 23 Main (see adv. dept. p. 

155), Cambridgeport, Cambridge 

Lumber Dealers. 
Tuttle Simon, Acton 

Faulkner W. E. & Co. South Acton, " 

Harrington Charles A. " " 

Reed J. E. » « 

Hall Enoch & Son, West Acton, ** 

Green Charles O. Ash 

Brewster R. R. Ashland 

FLETCHER J. E. (see adv. dept. p. 146), Aver 

PHELPS & WOODS, « 



Frank B. Dodge, 142 Main Street, Wonurn. Watches and Jewelry 
Repaired in the best manner. 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 223 



Trickey John, Belmont 

Richardson John O. Billerica 

FULLER G. & SON, Brighton Corner (see adv. 

dept. p. 105), Brighton 

Gooch J. G. & N. G. " 

STICKNEY M. M. & CO , Winthrop wharf, foot 

of De Wolf, Cambridge 

Burrage, Shepherd & Co., Broadway, cor. Central, 

Cambridgeport, " 

DINSMORE JAMES (see adv. dept. p. 150), 

Cambridgeport, " 
Gale & Wood, 69 Main, " " 

Hancock & Greeley, 113 Broadway, " " 

Osborn James D., Osborn's Mill, " " 

Blanchard W. S. East Cambridge, " 

Clark Wm. H., East street, " " 

Cummings, Kermey & Co. " " 

Holt S A. & Co. " 

Howland & Doughty, " " 

James Geo. B. & Co. 12 Cambridge, " " 

JESSOP, EASTON & CO., East st. (see adv. 

dept p. 185), East Cambridge, " 

Skillings & Whitnev Bros. " " 

BILLINGS HENRY L. 425 Medford (see adv. 

dept. p. 200), Charlestown 

Clark & Smith, 231 Medford. " 

FULLER S. W. & CO. 527 Main (see adv. dept. 

p. 191), 
Holyoke Chas. G. & Co. 93 Medford, " 

HOPKINS FRANKLIN, 213 Medford (see adv. 

dept. p. 193), " 

Knight Joel & Co. 81 Medford, " 

Lancaster & Upham, 285 Medford, " 

WOODSUM BROTHERS, junc. Main and Mystic 

ave. (see adv. dept. p. 195), " 

Wood James B. near depot, Concord 

French Benjamin, Dunstable 

Ryder James H. " 

Swallow A. & D. " 

Hemenway E. & Son, Framingham 

Goulding E. South Framingham, " 

Haynes Nathan, Saxonville, " 

Raddin J. B. & Co. Groton 

PAYSON & CUTLER (see adv. dept. p. 189), Holliston 
SANGER SAMUEL A. (see adv. dept. p. 166), " 
Claflin C. W. & Co. Hopkinton 

Phipps M. C. " 

TOWER HENRY (see adv. dept. p. 128), Hudson 

TRIPP BROTHERS (see adv. dept. p. 127), 



A visit to the wsreiooms and factory ofGeo.Wooiis Co., 624 Main St. 
Cambridgeport, will amply repay all interested in music, 



224 



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Littleton 



Lowell 



Belmont Station 



Lumber Dealers, — continued 
Fletcher Charles K. 
Hartwell Charles P. 
Brooks A. L. & Co., Mechanics Mills, 
Davis, Melendv & Sawyer, 259 Middlesex, 
HOWES & BURNHAM, Dutton, near Waraesit 

Mills (see adv. dept. p. 31), 
MACKIE HENRY W., Whipple's Mills (see adv. 

dept. p. 9), 
Saunders C. W. & Co., Middlesex st. 
Spalding Augustus E. 25 Tyler, 
Whitney H. & A., Western ave. 
Whitney & Wilktrd, Western ave 
BARRETT CHARLES A. opp. 

(see adv. dept. p. 60), 
Gate G. N. & Co. 1 Lincoln, 
Smith S. & A. 
Assabet Manuf. Co. 

FOSTER F. E. & CO., Riverside ave. 
PATTEN & BATCHELDER, Curtiss' wharf (see 

advt. following Directory of Patrons), 
Deering J. P. & Co, 
Bigelow Chas. & Co. 
Union Coal & Lumber Co. 
Woods O. & Co., Spring st. 
WHIPPLE ORRIN (see adv. dept. p. 113), 
Sanger D. C & Co. West Newton, 

RICE CHAS. Jr. (see adv. dept. p. 112), 

Lower Falls, 



Maiden 
Marlborough 
u 

Maynard 
Medforcl 



Melrose 

Natick 



Newton 



Campbell Warren A. 
Holt Solon O. 
Mention George A. 
Sartell Levi, 
Bennett William P. 
Bennett O. M. 
Davis G. 
Page A. 
White E. L. 
Coombs S. G. B. 
Huntress R. C. 
Smith M. & Son, 
Rogers S. B. & Co. 
Adams A. M. 
Fesseuden W. & Son, 
Sanders Lewis, 
Spaulding Jonas, jr. 
Thompson Joseph, 
Upson John G-. 
Horton Geo. W. 



North Readi 



Pepperell 



East Ptpperell, 



Shirley 



Townsend Centre. 



Stoneham 

Stow 

Sudbury 

Townsend 



Townsend Harbor, 



T} T ngsborough 
Wakefield 



Frank B. Dodge, Dealer in all kinds of Sewing Machines, 143 Main 
Street, Woburu, 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 225 

Mansfield J. J. & Son, Wakefield 

BUTTRICK FRANCIS (see adv. dept. p. 101), Waltham 
Gilbert John, " 

Gilkey Royal &Co. Watertown 

SANGER N. C. & SONS, Pleasant, near Water- 
town sq. (see adv. dept. p. 166), " 
Cutting & Hill, Winchester 
LITTLEFIELD J. E. & SONS, 96 Main (see 

adv. dept. p. 83), Woburn 

WHITCHER JACOB C. (see adv. dept. p. 94), 

Lumber Manufacturer. 
MACKIE HENRY W., Whipple's Mills (see adv. 

dept. p. 9), Lowell 

Machine Card and Card Clothing. 
(See Card and Card Clothing Manufacturers.) 
Machine Castings. 
BRADFORD WILLIAM R., Washington, cor. 
Myrtle (see adv. dept p. 71), 

East Somerville, Somerville 
Machine Forging. 
AMERICAN BOLT CO. 210 Lawrence, Lowell 

Blackington Daniel, Fletcher, cor. Cushing, " 

CHAMBERLIN & JOCKOW, Dutton st. (see 

adv. dept. p. 49), " 

Machine Stitching. 
COUGHLAN E. B. MISS., Pleasant, opp. Linden 

(see adv. dept. p. 60), Maiden 

Machinery Agent. 
CLARK JEREMIAH, 96 Middle (see advt. Mis- 
cellaneous Department), Lowell 
Machinists and Machinery Manufacturers. 
HOBBS ALFRED, Arlington ave. (see adv. dept. 

p. 79), Arlington 

STEVENS G C. & J. F. (see adv. dept. p. 147), Ayer 
Hill J. C. Belmont 

Hill & Proctor, Billerica 

Bullock O. S., Broadway, junc Hampshire, 

Cambridgeport, Cambridge 
Kinsley Edgar L. & Co., Hampshire st. " " 

MORRILL & HOOKER, 356 Main (see adv. dept. 

p. 156), Cambridgeport, " 

RAWSON & HITTINGER, (see adv. dept. p. 

167), Cambridgeport, " 

Whittemore Amos, " " 

JONES & BARTIETT, 12 Gore (see adv. dept. 

p. 177), East Cambridge, " 



Geo. Woods Co.'g Parlor and Vestry Organs are not equalled for 
purity and brilliancy of tone. 

15 



226 MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 

Machinists and Machinery Manufs., — continued. 
UNION MACHINE & FOUNDRY CO. 58 Cam- 
bridge (see adv. dept. p. 185), 

East Cambridge, Cambridge 
Cook, Rymes & Co. 34 Water, Charlestown 

CUNNINGHAM T. 29 Water (see adv. dept. p. 

194), « 

GIFFORD G. & E. H. 217 Medford (see adv. 

dept. p. 196), " 

SILVER & GAY (worsted) (see adv. dept. p. 123), 

North Chelmsford, Chelmsford 
SWAIN ASA M. (see advt. Miscellaneous Depart- 
ment), North Chelmsford, " 
Maldt Charles S. Everett 
BARWICK WRENCH CO. (see advt. front cover), 

Holliston 
Brewer G. A. Hopkinton 

KNIGHT F. D., Brigham's block, Washington st. 

(see adv. dept. p. 131), Hudson 

TOWER BROTHERS , Houghton's block (see adv. 

dept p. 126), " 

AMERICAN BOLT CO. 210 Lawrence, Lowell 

BAGS HAW W. H. 23 Howe (see adv. dept! p. 1), 

Belvidere, " 

BARKER H. R. & CO. 8 and 10 Central (see 

advt. front cover), " 

Bradshaw J. A., Wilson lane, " 

Cady George L. 235 Middlesex, " 

Calvert Frank, Jackson st. " 

CAREY & HARRIS, 100 Broadway (see adv. 

dept. p. 30), " 

DAVIS ASAHEL, Mechanics Mills (see adv dept. 

p. 27), 
ELLIOTT & SMITH (see adv. dept. p. 39), " 

England J. P., Whipple's Mills, " 

Field George W., Whipple's Mills, " 

Hamer John W. 16 Middlesex, " 

HUNTOON G. W., Hall, near Cabot (see adv. 

dept. p. 14), " 

KITSON RICHARD (see advt. Miscellaneous 

Department), " 

Lane David, Fletcher, cor. Cushing, " 

LAWRENCE BENJ., Broadway (see adv. dept. p. 15), " 
Lindsey Willard, 16 Middlesex, " 

Lovejoy Daniel & Son, Cushing, cor. Rock, " 

LOWELL MACHINE SHOP, George Richardson, 

supt., Dutton st. " 

MURKLAND JOHN W., Western ave. (see adv. 

dept. p. 15), " 



The best assortment of Watches, Clocks, and Jewelry, will be found 
at Dodge's, 14-3 Main Street, Woburn. 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 227 

PEIRCE JOHN N. (woolen), Howe st. (see adv. 

dept. p. 25), Lowell 

PERKINS P. S., Mechanics' Mills, » 

Robinson Wm. & Co., Mechanics' Mills, " 

Sawyer Hamilton J. " 

Stevens Benjamin F. " 

Turner Joseph, 27 Howe, " 

Whitehead & Atherton (cotton machinery), " 

WRIGHT A. L., Wamesit Steam Mills (see adv. 

dept. p. 29), " 

Sandiford & Watson, North depot, Marlborough 

Wood L. H. 

Franklin George E. Natick 

Russell & Kemmick, " 

Eaton, Moulton & Co. Lower Falls, Newton 

Munson N. C. Upper Falls, " 

Pettee Otis & Co. (cotton machinery), " " 

Blake Brothers, East Pepperell, Pepperell 

Paige John C. Stoneham 

Boston & Maine Foundry Co. (castings), Wakefield 

Woodward J. F. & Son, " 

Fifield Brothers, Waltham 

Hobbs George E. " 

SHEDD GEO. F., Lexington, near Beaver (see 

advt. p. 24, front), « 

STARK JOHN, Moody st., south side (see adv. 

dept. p. 100), » 

Sargent Frederick G. Westford 

SARGENT CHAS. G. & SON (see advt. Miscel- 
laneous department), Graniteville, " 
Sibley Nathaniel L. Weston 
Whitney Joel, Winchester 
American Tool and Machine Co. Woburn 
BUEL JAMES & CO. 129 Main (see adv. dept. 

p. 94), 
Butler Levi, 101 Main, " 

Holden Brothers, " 

SIMONDS N. J. 95 Main, 

Machinists' Tools Manufacturers. 
SILVER & GAY (see adv. dept. p. 123), 

North Chelmsford, Chelmsford 
BARWICK WRENCH CO. (see advt. front cover), 

Holliston 
Cady George L. 235 Middlesex, Lowell 

LAWRENCE BENJAMIN, Broadway (see adv. 

dept. p. 15), " 

LOWELL MACHINE SHOP, Geo. Richardson, 

supt., Dutton street, " 



George Woods Co.'s Combination Solo Stops are remarkable for the 
beauty and variety of the musical effects ofwhich they are capable. 



228 MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



Machinists' Tools Manufacturers, — continued. 
PERKINS F. S., Mechanics' Mills, Lowell 

Daniels George W. Waltham 

American Tool and Machine Co. Woburn 

Machine Wool Comb Manufacturers. 
BAGSHAW W. H., Mechanics Mills (see adv. 

dept. p. 1), Lowell 

Drake Alfred, 235 Middlesex, " 

Rowlinson William Mrs., Whipple's Mills, " 

Magnesium Manufacturers. 
American Magnesium Co. Watertown 

Magneto-electric Machines. . 
DAVIS ASAHEL, Mechanics' Mills (see adv. 

dept. p. 27), Lowell 

Manufacturers' Supplies. 
Cady George L. 235 Middlesex, Lowell 

Calvert Frank, " 

COBURN C. B. & CO. 1 and 3 Mechanic's build- 
ing (see advt. front cover), " 
Coburn Shuttle Co., Dutton st. " 
Gates Josiah & Sons, 4 and 6 Dutton st. . " 
Kendall Jonathan, 91 and 93 Market, " 
Talbot C. P. & Co., Market building, " 
WILBY WILLIAM & CO. 90 Market (see adv. 
dept. p. 186), 

Manufacturing Companies. 
( With kind of Goods Manufactured.) 
Dwight Printing Co. (sheetings, shirtings and 

prints) , Ashland 

Vitrified Emery Wheel Co. (emery wheels), " 

Washington Mills Emery Manufacturing Co. " 

AMES PLOW CO. (agricultural implements), Ayer 

Lexington Print Works, Barr & King, Burlington 

New England Brick Co. (bricks), Cambridge 

Reversible Collar Co. (reversible collars and fan 

paper), " 

Boston Car Wheel Co. (car wheels), Hampshire, 

near Broadway, Cambridgeport, " 

BOSTON PIANO FORTE ACTION M'F'G CO., 

Chas. Woodman, supt. 139 Broadway (see adv. 

dept. p. 168), Cambridgeport, " 

Boston Rolling Mills, W. R. Ellis & Co. 

Cambridgeport, " 

Boston Weather Vane Co., Samuel Jenkins, agt. 

651 Main, Cambridgeport, " 



Stiver Ware made to order at Dodge's, 142 Main Street, Woburn, at 
less than Boston prices. 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



229 



Cambridgeport Diary Co., Edson Dresser, 

Cambridgeport, Cambridge 
Dover Stamping Co. (tin goods), " " 

Excelsior Frame Co. (picture frames), Osborn's 

Mill, Cambridgeport, " 

Franklin Lightning Rod Co., Samuel Jenkins, 651 

Main, Cambridgeport, " 

Hebbard Car Spring Co. 180 Broadway, 

Cambridgeport, " 

Howe Sewing Machine Co. 645 Main, " " 

Shawmut Iron Works (iron pipe and castings), 

Cambridgeport, " 

"Walworth Manufacturing Co. (iron pipe and cast- 
ings), 368 Main, Cambridgeport, " 
Bay State Glass Co. (flint glass ware), 

East Cambridge, " 

Boston Chemical Works (sal. and bicarb, soda), 

East Cambridge, " 

New England Glass Co. (flint glass ware), 

East Cambridge, " 

UNION MACHINE & FOUNDRY CO. (machin- 
ery, etc.), 58 Cambridge (see adv. dept. p. 
185), East Cambridge, " 

Ash ton Lock Safety Valve Co. Charlestown 

Crowell Bag Co. (paper bags), " 

NEW ENGLAND MARBLE CO. (marble and 
free stone), 41 Medford (see adv. dept. p. 
194), " 

Oriental Coal Oil Co. (petroleum, etc.), " 

Tucker Manufacturing Co. (Tucker spring bed), " 

Tudor Co. (jute and oil), " 

Union Sugar Refinery (sugars and syrups), " 

Baldwin Co. (worsted yarns), No. Chelmsford, Chelmsford 
CHELMSFORD FOUNDRY CO., E. D. Bearse, 
agt. (iron castings) (see adv. dept. p. 123), 

North Chelmsford, " 

SWAIN TURBINE CO. (patent turbine water 
wheels) (see advt. Miscellaneous Depart- 
ment), North Chelmsford, " 
Chelmsford Woollen Mills, John G. White, 

West Chelmsford, " 

Eagle Mills (fine woolen goods), " " 

ROBY MANUFACTURING CO. (machine knives 

and swords), West Chelmsford, " 

Merrimac Mills (fancy cassimeres), Dracut 

UNION STONE CO. (emery wheels and imitation 

marble work), Second, on E. R. R. Everett 

Framingham Wheel Works, Eames, Bigelow & Co. 

South Framingham, Framingham 



The cases of Geo. Woods Co.'s Organs are of the most beautiful and 
graceful designs. 



230 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



Manufacturing Companies, — continued. 
Saxonville Mills (woollens), Saxonville, Framingham 
BARWICK WRENCH CO. (wrenches, etc.) (see 

advt. front cover), Holliston 

HUDSON TANNING CO. (tanned hides), Hudson 

AMERICAN BOLT CO. 210 Lawrence, Lowell 

Appleton Co. (cotton goods), " 

Belvidere Manuf Co. (flannels), " 

BOOTT COTTON MILLS, R. D. Rogers, treas. 
A. G. Cumnock, agent (drillings, sheetings, 
etc.), Amory, foot John (see advt. Miscellane- 
ous Department), " 
Coburn Shuttle Co. (loom shuttles), " 
CROSBY FURNITURE CO. (furniture), Fletcher, 

cor Franklin (see adv. dept. p. 47), " 

Hamilton Manuf. Co. (cotton and worsted), " 

Lawrence Manuf. Co. (prints, sheetings and hosiery), " 
LOWELL BLEACHERY, F. B. Appleton, agent, 
(bleaching, dyeing and finishing cotton fabrics) 
(see advt. Miscellaneous Department), " 

LOWELL BOLT & SCREW WORKS, Asahel 

Davis, prop, (see adv. dept. p. 27), " 

LOWELL CARD CO. (cards and card clothing), 

96 Middle, " 

Lowell Felting Mills (hair felting and zephyr 

yarns), Pawtucket, cor. Walker, " 

Lowell Frear Stone Co., Geo. E. Davis, supt. " 

Lowell Hosiery Co. (women's cotton hosiery), " 

LOWELL MACHINE SHOP, Geo. Richardson, 
supt. (paper and cotton machinery, machin- 
ists' tools, etc.), Dutton st. " 
LOWELL MANUFACTURING CO., Samuel Fay, 
agent (carpets, lastings and serges), (see 
advt. Miscellaneous Department), " 
Lowell Wadding and Paper Co. " 
Lowell Yarn and Twine Mills, George H. Thomp- 
son, 241 Middlesex, " 
MASSACHUSETTS COTTON MILLS, F. F. 
Battles (sheetings and drillings), junc. Merri- 
mac and Concord rivers (see advt. Miscellane- 
ous Department), " 
Merrimac Manuf. Co. (print cloths), John C. Pal- 
frey, North end Dutton, " 
Merrimac Print Works (print cloths), " 
Middlesex Co. (woollen goods), " 
NABNASSETT MANUF. CO., J. Clark treas., 
A. D. Chandler, supt. (cotton goods, print 
cloths), Whipple's Mills (see adv. Miscellane- 
ous Department), " 



HAIR WORK made to order at DODGE'S, 143 MAIN STREET, 
VVoburii. 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 231 

PROPRIETORS OF THE LOCKS & CANALS 
ON MERRIMAC RIVER, James B. Francis, 
agent (water power), (see advt. Miscellaneous 
Department), Lowell 

SWAIN TURBINE CO., H. W. Boardman, agent, 
(water wheels), (see advt. Miscellaneous 
Department), " 

The Sterling Mills, (flannels), Parker, Wilder & 

Co., Whipple's Mills, 
The U. S. and Foreign Salamander Felting Co., N. 

E. Branch, Whipple's Mills, " 

Thorndike Manuf. Co. (elastic goods), " 

TREMONT & SUFFOLK MILLS, Thomas S. 
Shaw, agent (flannels, sheetings, drills, etc.), 
(see advt. Miscellaneous Department), " 

U. S. BUNTING CO., W. II. McDaniels, supt. 
Whipple's Mills, (bunting, worsted, cloths, etc.) 
(see advt. Miscellaneous Department), " 

U. S. CARTRIDGE CO., D. W. C. Farrington, 
treas. Whipple's Mills (cartridges and fixed 
ammunition) (see advt. Miscellaneous Depart- 
ment), " 
WAMESIT POWER CO., D. W. C. Farrington, 
agent (water power), Whipple's Mills (see 
advt. Miscellaneous -dept.), " 
WAMESIT WORSTED CO., W. H. McDaniels, 
supt., Whipple's Mills (worsted yarns) (see 
advt. Miscellaneous Department), " 
Woods, Sherwood & Co. (wire goods), " 
Boston Copper and Sulphuric Acid Co. Maiden 
Boston Rubber Shoe Co. (rubber boots and shoes), " 
Assabet Manuf. Co. (blankets, flannels, etc.), Maynard 
Bay State Brick Co. (bricks), Medford 
Boston Button Co. " 
Mystic Print Works, " 
Bay State Brick Co. East Medford, " 
Mystic Print Works (prints, carpets, etc.), " " 
Flax Leather Manufacturing Co. South Natick, Natick 
Dalby Mills (hosier}' and yarns), Newton 
New England Concrete Paving Co., Brackett's blk. " 
Boston Diatite Co- (imitation rubber goods), 

Newtonville, " 
Silver Lake Co. (cord and braid), " " 

Dudley Hosiery Co. Lower Falls, " 

Newton. Mills (print cloths), Upper Falls, " 

American Horse Feeder Co. (feed bags), Reading 

Middlesex Hoop Skirt Co. Shirley 

Phoenix Cotton Manufacturing Co. (shirtings), 

Shirley Village, " 



Geo. Woods Co." ss Organs are constructed in the most thorough and 
perfect manner. 



232 MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 

Manufacturing Companies, — continued. 
AMERICAN TUBE WORKS (seamless drawn 

brass and copper tubing) (see advt. p. 26, 

front), Somerville 

Boston Bottle Works (glass bottles), " 

Massachusetts Brick Co. " 

MIDDLESEX BLEACHERY & DYE WORKS 

(bleaching and dyeing), Milk, opp. Beach, " 

Tufts Brick Co. « 

Union Grlass Co. " 

Leather Board Co. West Townsend, Townsend 

Boston and Maine Foundry Co. (castings, stoves, 

etc.), Wakefield 

Boston Rattan Works, Cyrus Wakefield (rattan 

goods), " 

Pemberton Collar Co. (paper collars), " 

American Watch Co. (watches and cases), Waltham 

Boston Manufacturing (cotton cloth and hosiery), " 
Chapman Valve Co. (steam valves), " 

Eureka Clothes Wringer Co. (clothes wringers), " 

Newton Chemical Co. (vitriol), " 

WALTHAM BLEACHERY & DYE WORKS 

(bleaching and dyeing) (see advt. opp. p. 46), " 
iEtna Mills (cloth and cassimeres), Watertown 

American Magnesium Co. (magnesium), " 

Nonantum Mills (fancy knit goods), " 

Forge Village Horse Nail Co., Forge Village, Westford 
ABBOTT WORSTED CO. (worsted and carpet 

yai-ns), Graniteville, " 

American Tool and Machine Co. Woburn 

Merrimac Chemical Co. (acids and chemicals), " 

Woburn Iron Co. " 

Ventilating Water Proof Sole Co. (ventilated 

soles), North Woburn, " 

Marble Dealers. 
Harrington John, 134 Main, Cambridgeport, Cambridge 
NEW ENGLAND MARBLE CO. (Manhattan 
Marble), 41 Medford (see adv. dept. p. 194), 

Charlestown 
Sheldon R. K., Damon's wharf, " 

Marble Workers. 

(See also Stone Cutters.) 

Nutting James, Ayer 

SPENCER N. A. (see adv. dept. p. 141), » 

Stone Abel, •' 

McDonald A. Belmont 
Bliss C. H. 8 Main, Cambridgeport, Cambridge 



MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, all kinds at DODGE'S, 1*8 Main Street, 
Wotinrn. 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 233 

BRADY THOMAS M. 19 and 21 Main (see adv. 

dept. p. 2), Cambridgeport, Cambridge 

FINN JAMES, 80 Main (see adv. dept. p. 5), 

Cambridgeport, " 
Harrington John, 134 Main, " " 

HORGAN JOHN J. 53 Main (see adv. dept. p. 

219), Cambridgeport, " 

DEUSCHLE C.F. 57 Gore (see adv. dept. p. 176), 

East Cambridge, " 
McNamee John, Mount Auburn, " 

CLAUSEN MORTON, 506 Main, Charlestown 

NEW ENGLAND MARBLE CO (Manhattan 

Marble), 41 Medford (see adv. dept. p. 194), " 
Robinson William, " 

Snaith Albert T. 404 Main, " 

Johnson William, Everett 

O'Connor James, South Framingham, Framingham 

Piper Nathan C. Hudson 

ANDREWS WILLIAM, Thorndike, near Middle- t 

sex (see adv. dept. p. 8), Lowell 

GOODALE OAL, Dutton, near Fletcher (see adv. 

dept. p. 187), 
Smith Andrew W 155 Central, "• 

Witherell George F. & Co. 165 Middlesex, " 

HARLOW WILLIAM H., Salem, opp. Baptist 

Church (see adv. dept. p. 60), Maiden 

Crosby Henry T. Marlborough 

Leary Jeremiah, Exchange Hall, Waltbam 

Briggs Richard, Woburn 

MORSE E. A., Winn, near Main (see adv. dept. 

p. 84), 

Market Gardener. 
VILES ALBERT, West Sixth, cor. Coburn (see 

adv. dept. p. 31), Lowell 

Marketmen. 

{See Provision Dealers; also Butchers.) 

Masons. 

Conant Francis, South Acton, Acton 

Temple John, " " 

Bacon Henry J. Arlington 

Bacon Jesse, " 

Lawrence Henry A. Ashby 

Roberts Frank, " 

Spencer Hobart, " 

Bowditch Granville (brick), Ashland 

Waterhouse Frederick, " 
MOORE & PLUMMER (see adv. dept. p. 142), Ayer 



Hear the " Vox Humana " Stop in George Wood* Co.'o Organs ; it is 
baritone solo stop, not a mere fan or tremolo. 



234 MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 

Masons, — continued. 

Welch John, Ayer 
"Wheeler Abner, " 

Wright Artemus, " 

Page Moses, Bedford 

Bacon Harvey H. Belmont 

Hall George H. Billerica 

Sanborn William F. " 

Donegan B. (stone), Brighton 

Fay John (stone), " 

Phelan Edward (stone), " 

Wentworth George, " 

Wentworth John W. " 

Wentworth Brothers, " 

Adams Albert, 17 Winthrop, Cambridge 

Scales True, 40 Pine, " 

Sennot Samuel, 15 Brattle, " 

Burpee Joseph E. 149 Prospect, Cambridgeport, " 

Buxton John H. " " 

Crocker J. W., Central square, " " 

Delany Edmund H. 128 Elm, " " 

DICKSON WILLIAM, 347 Cambridge (see adv. 

dept. p. 158), Cambridgeport, " 

GALLAGHER WILLIAM, 457 Cambridge (see 

adv. dept. p. 169), Cambridgeport, " 

Greenleaf O. P. & E. rear 577 Main, " " 

Howland Thomas, 1 State, " " 

HOWLAND T. T., junction Main and Austin (see 

adv. dept. p. 162), Cambridgeport, " 

Lally Thomas, opp. Masonic blk. " " 

McNamee Robert, 452 Cambridge, " " 

Norval Chas. 508 Main, " " 

Patti James M. 423 Cambridge, " " 

Rollins Albion, Douglass, cor Main, *' " 

Spencer Hosea, 82 Washington, " " 

BACON HENRY A. 109 Cambridge (see adv. 

dept. p. 184), East Cambridge, " 

Dowling Martin C. 131 Thorndike, " " 

Curtis A. W. 15 Mellen, North Cambridge, " 

Robbins Daniel W. Carlisle 

Bailey Otis, jr. Charlestown 

Barney H. C. 3 Chelsea, " 

Brooks C. B. (plaster and mastic), 2 Park, " 

CHUBBUCK BBOTHERS, 566 Main (see adv. 

dept. p 204), " 

CUNNINGHAM JOHN M. 2 Kingston place, " 

DODGE & OLIVER, 130 Main (see adv. dept. 

p. 198), 



Tou can save Money toy buying your Goods at Dodge's Jewelry 
Store, 142 Main Street, Woburn. 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 


235 


GERRISH & BROWN, 170 Main (see 


adv. 


dept. 


p. 192), 






Charlestown 


Kelley Dennis, 






u 


KELLY JOHN, 24£ City 


square (see 


adv. 


dept. 


p. /Ud), 

LITTLEFIELD R. under 557 Main (see 


adv. 


dept. 


p. 203), 






K 


Lothrop C. L. 350 Main, 






It 


Manley D. W. 






U 


Mayers Hartwell, 80 School 


(see adv. dept. p 


. 209), " 


Mitchell Geo. 






" 


Scribner E. 4 Church, 






u 


Taylor D. D. 31 Oak, 






(( 


Titus Brothers, 






u 


Tuttle S. L. 20 Polk, 






" 


Wiley Robert R. 12 Soley, 






a 


Bancroft Jonathan, 






Chelmsford 


Sampson Seth C. 


North Chelmsi 


Benjamin Cyrus & Son, 






Concord 


Byron T. 






u 


Garty James (stone), 






" 


Hosmer Silas & Son, 






(t 


Pierce Cyrus, 






u 


Coburn Warner, 






Dracut 


Nutting C. 






<( 


Woodward Henry M. 






" 


Bennett James, 






Dunstable 


Card J. P. 






Everett 


Card W A. 






" 


Dillingham S. H. 






11 


Fessenden Daniel, 






« 


Swan Eben W. 






Framingham 


Cummings E. H. South Framingham 




Haskell O. 


(i 




" 


Hemenway Samuel, 






Groton 


Robbins J. T. 






(t 


French G.M. 






Holliston 


Cumshall James, 






Hopkinton 


Halpin John, 






" 


Powers Michael, 






« 


Tracey Joseph, 






" 


Dearborn Alvah, 






Hudson 


Dearborn Benj. 






«« 


DEARBORN BROTHERS (see adv. 


dept. p. 


214), 






" 


Jones Edward, 






" 


Jones Edwin A. 






u 


Jones Levi M. (stone), 






" 


Noon John (stone), 






u 



Aeoline" Stop in Geo. Woods Co.'s Organs, 
beautiful soft or breathing- stop. 



It is a most 



236 MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 

Masons, — continued. 
Swan Gershom, Lexington 

Locke William, East Lexington, " 

Hendley W. W. Littleton 

Bailey Thomas D. 241 Merrimac, Lowell 

Bennett & Moulton, Central, cor. Hurd, and 21 

Middle, " 

Corcoran Patrick, 26 Water, " 

Davis O. G. 76 Grand, " 

Frye Frederick & Co., Museum block, " 

Ilsley A. 9 Queen, " 

KELLEY CHARLES H. 239 School (see adv. 

dept. p. 55), " 

Kittredge Luther (stone), 4 Butterfield, " 

MARSH JAMES W. 9 Mt. Washington (see adv. 

dept. p. 33), " 

McCormick Edward, " 

McOwen Timothy, 48 South, " 

Messer Abiel (stone), " 

O'Herne John & Martin, 84 Marble, " 

PAGE & BARNARD (see adv. dept. p. 38), " 

PRESCOTT D. M. & CO. 171 Central (see adv. 

dept. p. 17), " 

Pucell John W. 45 River, 

Robbins Charles, " 

ROLLINS & SARGENT, 59 Central (see adv. 

dept. p. 23), " 

Slavin J. S. 276 Gorham, " 

Small Joseph, River, " 

Staples B. D. 38 Franklin, " 

STAPLES N. T. & SON (builders), 7 Bank 

. building, Middle st. (see adv. dept. p. 2), " 

WOODWARD HENRY M., Liberty square, cor. 

Suffolk and Adams (see adv. dept. p. 13), " 

Nichols S. W. & Sons, depot, Maiden 

Frost William S. Marlborough 

Randall James, Maynard 

Chase Lorenzo, Medford 

Floyd J. G. & Son, " 

McGillicuddy Dennis, " 

Nesmith & Stinson, " 

Northey & Vinal, " 

Staples F. W. " 

Tufts James, " 

White Nicholas, " 

Ellis P. R. & Co. (stone), Melrose 

Ellison Samuel, " 

GARDNER N. W. (see adv. dept. p. 66), Melrose 

Highlands, " 



The best Pebbled Spectacles, and Eye Glasses, made to Order at 
Dodge's, I4ta Main Street, Wobnrn. 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 237 


Hunt N. K. 


Melrose 


Nichols S. W. & Son, 


« 


Flint Sylvanus, 


Middleton 


Underwood Joseph & Co. 


Natick 


Wade John D. 


" 


Freeman Russell, 


Newton 


Hamblin F. E. 


(i 


Cunningham John H. 


Auburndale, " 


Underwood S. 


" " 


Brigham Henry, 


Newton Centre, " 


Cumbell John, 


" u 


Hamblin F. E. 


" " 


Brigham Henry, 


Newtonville, " 


Cushman James H. 


West Newton, " 


Pettee Joseph R. 


u v 


Taffe Michael, 


" '• 


Campbell A. H. 


Lower Falls, " 


Hunting Martin, 


Upper Falls, " 


Bennett John 0. 


Pepperell 


Bennett Jonathan, 


« 


Lakin Nathaniel, 


" 


Blood A. 


Reading 


Flint Jeremiah, 


cc 


Turner Naaman H. 


" 


Hartshorne A. J. 


Shirley 


Shapley William H. 


" 


THOMPSON J. P. 


" 


Bucknam J. A. 


Somerville 


Bucknam Davis P. 


« 


Dane Osgood B. 


» 


Ferrie J. P. 


« 


McHugh & Co., Union sq. 


" 


Sibley A. M. 


it 


Cushing Isaac, 


East Somerville, " 


Tibbetts Geo. H. 


North Somerville, " 


Winning A. C. 


a u 


Gilmore Onslow, 


Stoneham 


Kimball Daniel, 


it 


Moore & Sleeper, 


" 


Winslow W. S. 


" 


Baker B. S. 


Sudbury 


Marshall S. 0. 


Townsend Centre, Townsend 


Laird George F. 


Tyngsborough 


Evans C. A. 


Wakefield 


Mayo N. C. 


« 


Perkins Win. K. 


" 


Sharp Daniel, 


« 


Wiley Jacob B. 


u 


Lawrence Joseph, 


Waltham 





Hear the " Piano " Stop in Geo. Woods Co.'s Organs. It is a piano of 
exquisite quality of tone which will never require tuning. 



238 MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 

Masons, — continued. 

Morris Lucian, Waltham 

Mulcahy John, " 

O'Brien James P. " 

Olcott John, " 

Peabody John, " 

Sylvester George, " 

Welch William, " 

Cummings Andrew, Watertown 

French Thomas L., Main, cor. Myrtle, " 

Kidder James, Westford 

Seaverns Stephen, Weston 

Dunbar H. Winchester 

Nichols Stephen, " 

Dorr G. W. Woburn 

White Charles & Son, " 

York Wm. S. " 

Masonic Eegalia and. Jewels. 

Sanborn Amos & Co. 25 Central, cor. Middle, Lowell 

Mat Manufacturers. 
Furfey James, Cambridgeport, Cambridge 

Green J. 8 Hale, Lowell 

Lowell Wadding & Paper Co. " 

McDonald John, 10 Hale, " 

Offutt George & Son, 135 Central, " 

Mattresses. 
HAPGOOD E. & SON (wool and excelsior manu- 
facturers), 43 High st. (see adv. dept. p. 14), Lowell 

Mechanics' Tools. 
Weston C. H., Arch street, Lowell 

Medicinal Plaster Manufacturers. 

THE NOVELTY PLASTER WORKS, Elm, near 

Gorham (see adv. dept. p. 47), Lowell 

Metals. 
(See also Iron and Steel.) 
FRY C. J. & CO. (see adv. dept. p. 148), Ayer 

QUINN P. 25 Charles River avenue, Charlestown 

DODGE L. C. 55 Duttou, Lowell 

TYRRALL JOSEPH, 20 Gorham (see adv. dept. 

p. 55), ♦ « 

Milk Can Manufacturers. 
HADLEY & WRIGHT, 333 Main (see adv. dept. 

p 199), Charlestown 

GODDARD ALONZO (see adv. dept. p. 122), Lexington 



All kinds GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES at DODGE'S, 1-13 Main 
Street, Woburn. 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 239 



Milk Contractors. 
Hartwell & Hosmer, 5 Main, Charlestown 

Milk Dealers. 
CONSUMERS' PROTECTIVE ASSOCIATION, 

T. B. Robinson, agent, 47 Sixth, 

East Cambridge, Cambridge, 

[Milk "Wagon Manufacturers. 
TEELE & HILL (see adv. dept. p. 70), Medford 

Milliners and Millinery Goods. 

(See also Dress Makers.) 
Wood M. A. Mrs. South Acton, Acton 

Manning S. C. & L. M. Misses, Arlington 

Adams Lizzie Miss & Co. Ashland 

Houghton B. W. Mrs. " 

Farnsworth R G. Mrs. 11 Merchants Row, Ayer 

Nutting E. M. Mrs., Nutting's block, " 

Nutting W. C. Mrs. « 

Whiting; J. Miss, Brighton 

Sands Harriet E. 12 Harvard, Cambridge 
Boyd Fanny L. Miss, 584 Main, Cambridgeport, " 

Bradley & Martin, 648 Main, " " 
CUNNINGHAM A. L. & CO. 647 Main, " 
Ellis S. L. Miss, 547 Main, « 

Turner George R. 545 Main, " " 

Walton & Hartford, Gale's block, " " 
White E. P. 459 Main, 
Donnelly James H. S. 95 Cambridge, 

East Cambridge, " 

Myer B. Mrs. 202 Cambridge, " " 

Scanlin T. Miss, 38 Third, " « 
Mosely E. J. Mrs., Henderson's block, 

North Cambridge, " 
O'Connell D. 

Boyd E. 115 Main, Charlestown 

Field M. S. 318 Main, « 

Fish Eliza Mrs. 236 Bunker Hill, " 

Greeley R. Miss, 78 Main, " 

Hastings S. A. & R. 140 Main, » 

Morse S. Mrs. 269 Main, » 

Perry John L. Mrs. 99 Main, « 
Phelps C. W. 190 Main, 

Ripley A. S. 381 Main, « 

Rolfe C. A. 371 £ Main, « 

Spalding M. Miss, 10 Thompson, " 

Dodge Fannie L. Mrs. Concord 

Bannister J. M. Framingham 



See the beautiful new styles of eases in GEORGE WOODS CO.'S 
Organs. 



240 MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 

Milliners and Millinery Goods, — continued. 
Bullard H. E. Framingham 

Wheeler T. H. Mrs. " 
Danforth S. S. Mrs. Saxonville, Framingham 

Webster G. W. Mrs. " " 

Sawyer & Sherborn Misses, Groton 

Adams Hattie, Holliston 

Snow S. E. Mrs. " 

Snow L. M. Mrs. " 

Warren J. A. Mrs., Central st. Holliston 

PERRY J. A. MRS. Hopkinton 

Ricker Louia D. Miss, " 

Holt S. A. Hudson 
Howe L. V. Miss, 

SANBORN E. L. MISS, Goodrich block (see 

adv. dept. p. 135), 
AMBROSE ADAM, 119 Market (see adv. dept. p. 

48), Lowell 

Austin Geo. W. 107 Middlesex, " 
C A HILL SARAH H. 17 Merrimac House block 

(see adv. dept. p. 22), " 

Crowley Daniel, 108 Merrimac, " 

Enright Fannie, 264 Merrimac, " 

Furbish & Howe, 83 Merrimac, " 

Gage W. H. Mrs., Odd Fellows Hall, " 

Gray S. E. Mrs. 43 Middlesex, " 

Hall Mary A. 5 Wells block, " 

Holt Daniel, " 

Knowles C. C. 101 Merrimac, " 

Long R. Miss, 103 Merrimac, " 

Lord H. M. Miss, 25i Market, " 

Matthews Mary Breed Mrs. 2 Wells' block, " 

McGill James, 62 and 64 Merrimac, " 

Molloy Mary A. Miss, 72 Central, " 

Murkland M. A. & J. L. 17 Market, ", 

Taisey Lydia Mrs., Middlesex, cor. Gorham, " 

Thompson B. T. Mrs. 91 Merrimac, " 

Thurlow M. M. Miss, 243^- Merrimac, " 

Whipple O. M. 99 Merrimac, " 

White M. A. 81 Merrimac, " 

Wilson A. E. 27 Market, " 

Wilson L. E. & Co. 1 Wells' block, " 
COUGHLAN E. B. MISS, Pleasant, opp. Linden 

(see adv. dept. p. 60), Maiden 
COX SUSAN T. MRS., Main, opp. Town House 

(see adv. dept. p. 60), " 

Ron an T. F. Miss, " 
Adams F. M. Miss, Marlborough 

Arnold M. Mrs. " 



aEED «& BARTON'S Plated Ware, at DOGDE'S, 143 Main Street, 

Woburn, 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 241 

Cotting C. W. Mrs. Marlborough 

Russell C. C. Miss, Forest Hall block, « 

Woods M. E. Miss, " 

Maxwell L. J. Mrs. Maynard 

Sanders Mary Miss, " 

Watson S. L. Mrs. " 

Egery E. S. Miss, Medford sq. Medford 

Gilmore S. T. Natick 

Greenwood H. J. Mrs. 5 Union block, « 

Travis C. A. Miss, " 

Hogdon D. Mrs. Newton 

O'SULLIVAN M. E. MISS, Howes' block (see 

adv. dept. p. 114), " 

Baldwin E. F. Miss, Newtonville, " 

Quimby M. H. West Newton, ,k 

Swasey Chas. H. Mrs. East Pepperell, Pepperell 

Buck C. Miss, Reading 

Nichols A. S. Mrs. " 

Temple Sarah & Co. " 

Cobb C. A. Miss, Washington, opp. Linwood, Somerville 
Leavey Catherine Miss, Milk, cor. Beach, " 

Elderkin Georgia A. 50 Main, Stoneham 

Mitchell & Nickles, " 

Peasley Etta, " 

Hunt G. W. Mrs. South Sudbury, Sudbury 

Brown Addie Mrs. Townsend Centre, Townsend 

Fessenden Amanda, " u 

Maloney Nellie Miss, Wakefield 

Mayo M. A. W. Mrs. " 

MOORS SARAH K. MRS., Cheney's building (gee 

adv. dept. p. 74), " 

RIDEOUT L. J. MRS., Main, opp. Avon, " 

Walker Mrs. " 

Currier F. E Miss, Waltham 

Davis C. E. 6 Elm, " 

DEVENS O. F. MRS 293 Main (see adv. dept. 

p. 104), 
Macurdy J. W. 277 Main, " 

Reed S. F. " 

Wilson S. A. 289 Main, " 

HARRINGTON J. MISS, Noyes' block (see adv. 

dept. p. 98), Watertown 

Livermore George H. " 

Means J. C. " 

Phalin Jane E. Mrs., Main, cor. Spring, " 

Stanley Jane Mrs., Main, cor. Spring, " 

Ross Misses, Winchester 

BANCROFT E. MISS, 175 Main (see adv. dept. 

p. 86), Woburn 



A "visit to the wareiooms and factory of Geo. Woods Co., 624 Main St. 
Cambridgeport, -will amply repay all interested in music. 

16 



242 MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



Milliners and Millinery Goods, — continued. 
CAMERON W. C. 138 Main (see adv. dept. p. 

87), Woburn 

Cummings A. 147 Main, " 

KELLEY MARY H. MISS, 198 Main (see adv. 

dept. p. 87), 
ROWELL & WRIGHT MISSES, 174 Main (see 

adv. dept. p. 86), " 

SULLIVAN S. A. MRS. 220^ Main (see adv. 

dept. p. 86), 

Millwrights. 
Abbott J. F. 61 Broadway, Cambridgeport, Cambridge 
RICHARDS L. & L. J. 15 Andover (see adv. 

dept. p. 56), Lowell 

Mineral Water Manufacturers. 

(See Soda Water.) 
Mirror Frame Manufacturers. 
Excelsior Frame Co., Osborn's Mill, 

Cambridgeport, Cambridge 

Model Makers. 
(See also Pattern Makers.) 
UNION MACHINE AND FOUNDRY CO. 58 
Cambridge (see adv, dept. p. 185), 

East Cambridge, Cambridge 
HUNTOON G. W., Hall, near Cabot (see adv. 

dept. p. 14), Lowell 

Monumental Marble Works. 
Harrington John, 134 Main, Cambridgeport, Cambridge 
DEUSCHLE C. F., rear 57 Gore (see adv. dept. 

p. 176), East Cambridge, , " 

HARLOW W. H., Salem, opp. Baptist church (see 

adv. dept. p. 60), Maiden 

Morocco Manufacturers and Dealers. 
(See also Tanners and Curriers.) 
Callahan Owen, Charlestown 

Eagan Edward, 
Hall G. S. 
Holland J. 
Lindsey I. & Son, 

MERRIAM & NORTON, Everett, cor. Medford, « 
Perkins Charles I. 
Sewall Freeman C. 
Sewall Geo. P. & Co. 
Swift Joseph 
Waitt Ashbel, " 



KOGKKS' PLATED WARE, AT DODGE'S, 143 MALV STREET, 
" WOBURN. 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 243 

Coburn Robert, Melrose 

Davis Richard, Woburn 

Mouldings. 
Excelsior Frame Co., Osborn's Mill, 

Carnbridgeport, Cambridge 
Gale & Wood, 69 Main, " " 

Hancock & Greely, 13 Broadway, " " 

Osborn James D., State st. " " 

Blanchard W. S. foot of East, East Cambridge, " 
FULLER S. W. & CO. 527 Main (see adv. dept. 

p. 191), Charlestown 

SAGE & LITTLEFIELD, 509 Medford (see adv. 

dept. p. 193), 
BARRETT CHAS. A., opp. Belmont Station (see 

adv. dept. p. 60), Maiden 

Moulding Mills. 

{See also Sawing and Planing.) 
PRIEST JOHN W. (see advt. p. 19, front), 

Brighton Corner, Brighton 

JESSOP, EASTON & CO., East st. (see adv. 

dept. p. 185), East Cambridge, Cambridge 

Woodbury & Co., First, cor. Otis, " " 

D1NSMORE JAMES (see adv. dept. p. 150), 

Carnbridgeport, " 
BROWN AMOS, Lawrence, cor. Chapman (see 

advt. p. 23, front), Charlestown 

PAYSON & CUTLER (see adv. dept. p. 189), Holliston 
Batchelder A. & Co., Mt. Vernon, near Broadway, Lowell 
Brooks A. L. & Co., Mechanics Mills, " 

Davis, Melendy & Sargent, 259 Middlesex, K 

PRATT M. C. & CO., Wamesit Steam Mills (see 

adv. dept. p. 21), " 

FOSTER F. E. & CO., Riverside avenue, Medford 

WHIPPLE ORRIN (see adv. dept. p. 113), Newton 
MOOERS A. J. (see adv. dept. p. 115), 

Lower Falls, " 
Huntress R. C. Stoneham 

BUTTRICK FRANCIS (see adv. dept. p. 101), Waltham 
SANGER N. C & SONS, Pleasant, near Water- 
town sq. (see adv. dept. p. 99), Watertown 
PARKER A. J., Prospect, rear of depot (see adv. 

dept. p. 88), Woburn 

Musical Instrument Manufacturers. 
MANSFIELD & WH1TMORE (guitars, banjos 

and drums) (see advt. front cover), Arlington 

HEY WOOD E. H. 7 Page's block, Ayer 

BEMIS CYRUS W. (see adv. dept. p. 188), Holliston 



Geo. Woods Co.'s Parlor and Vestry Organs are not equalled for 
purity and brilliancy of tone. 



244 MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



Music and Musical Instruments. 

(See also Piano-Fortes.) 
Bruce J. & M. Ayer 

Cook J. 258 Main, Charlestown 

Knowles Brothers, 45 Central, Lowell 

Rugg Chester W. 75 and 77 Merrimac, " 

Simpson A. J. & Co. 41 Central, " 

Gibb J. N., Medford square, Medford 

DODGE FRANK B. 142 Main (see left-hand foot 

lines), Woburn 

Mustard Manufacturers. 
Stickney & Poor, Charlestown 

Nail Manufacturers. 
STETSON & TALBOT (boot and shoe) (see adv. 

dept. p. 187), Holliston 

Kelley, McCann & Co. (horse shoe), 

Whipple's Mills, Lowell 

Howe J. C. & Co. (shoe), Sudbury 

Forge Village Horse Nail Co. Forge Village, Westford 

Newspapers. 

(In Miscellaneous Dept. ; see Index.) 

Notaries Public. 
(For full list, see Miscellaneous Department.) 
SHERWIN LEVI, 1 Page's block (see adv. dept. 

p. 140), Ayer 

SARGENT A. F., Salem, cor. Ferry, Maiden 

Nurserymen, Seedsmen and Florists. 

(See also Florists.) 
Hayden Albert, Ashland 

Fletcher Rufus R. Ayer 

Hogan John, Belmont 

Page A. F. Billerica 

Breck Joseph, Brighton 

Croughan Patrick, Arlington place, " 

STRONG W. C, Nonantum Hill, " 

Mount Auburn Corporation (florists), Cambridge 

Chase J. C. Cambridgeport, " 

Dickinson Alex & Co. " " 

Hovey & Co. " " 

BOCK WILLIAM A. (see advt. p. 18, front), 

North Cambridge, " 

LEMME FREDERICK (see adv. dept. p. 168), 

North Cambridge, " 

White Geo. W. 



The best place to buy your Watches and Jewelry is at J>o«ljre"s. 142 
Main Street, Woburn. 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTOEY. 245 


Bull Ephraim W. 


Concord 


Moore John B. 


<( 


Cassidy James W. 


Dracut 


Clement Arthur M. 


« 


Holden Isaac, 


(( 


Coburn Isaac E. 


Everett 


Sammet G. A. 


« 


Power Charles J. (florist), 


So. Framingham, Framingham 


Cutler S. M. 


Holliston 


Fiske Francis F. 


u 


Claflin W. B. 


Hopkinton 


Morse E. Frank, 


(c 


BRIGHAM CHARLES G. 


(see adv. dept p. 138), 




Hudson 


CLEMENTS A. M. & CO. 


(see adv. dept. p 56), Lowell 


SHEPPARD EDWIN, Highland st. (see'adv. dept. 


p. 6), 


m « 


Wilson George W. 


Maiden 


Bean James, 


Medford 


Judkins J. A. (florist), 


Natick 


Kirby M E. 


a 


Hyde George, 


Newton 


Fewkes Edwiu, 


Newtonville, ,s 


Ireland J. E. 


Newton Centre, " . 


Roffe W. A. 


(i (< 


Barnard, Hunnewell & Severance, West Newton, " 


Merritt W. H. 


U tt 


Stroud John E. 


u 'I 


Tyler Orville, 


it t( 


Murray James, 


Auburndale, " 


Cheney Sumner, 


Reading 


Manning Jacob W. 


« 


Carney Hugh A. (florist), 


Somerville 


Neild Samuel, 


Stoneham 


Parker Nelson, 


U 


Clement John P. 


Townsend Centre, Townsend 


Bunce Augustus, 


Westford 


Cutter George B. 


Weston 


Carter Sabra Miss (florist) 


Wilmington 


Hanson J. F. 


Winchester 


Twombly S. W. 


<t 


Wentworth W. C. 


u 


COLEGATE WILLIAM A., Cummingsville (see 


adv. dept. p. 93), 


Woburn 


Kelley Joseph, Church, near Main, " 


Office Furniture Manufacturers. 


McELWAIN CHARLES, 54 Cambridge (see adv. 


dept. p. 178), 


East Cambridge, Cambridge 



Geo. Wood* Co,'* Combination Snlo Stops are remarkable for the 
beauty and variety of tue musical effects of wiiicli they are capable. 



246 MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



Office Furniture Manufacturers, — continued. 
FOSTER & CLARK, 38 Water (see adv. dept. p. 

199), Charlestown 

Oil Manufacturers and Dealers. 
Cole W. D. & Son (boot and harness), Ashland 

Porter C. F., Broadway, cor. Sixth, 

Cambridgeport, Cambridge 
Oriental Coal Oil Co. Charlestown 

Tudor Co., Charles River ave. cor. Water, " 

Adams Smith (neats foot), Lowell 

COBURN C. B. & CO. 1 and 3 Mechanics' build- 
ing (see advt. front cover), " 
Kendall Jonathan, 91 and 93 Market, " 
Sawin Julius J. Natick 
Newton Oil Co. Newton 
Walker Samuel & Co. Somerville 
WHITE W. & S©NS (neats foot), Watertown st. 

(see adv. dept. p. 97), Watertown 

Oil Clothing Manufacturers. 
PETTINGELL, MOODY & SAWYER, Second, 
cor. Thorndike (see adv. dept. p. 174), 

East Cambridge, Cambridge 

Oil Hats and South- Westers Manufacturers. 
PETTINGELL, MOODY & SAWYER, Second, 
cor. Thorndike (see adv. dept. p. 174), 

East Cambridge, Cambridge 

Oiled Silk Manufacturers, 
Pearce S. H. & Co. (genuine and imitation), Medford 

Opticians. 
(See also Jewelry.) 
Heron J. 387 Main, Cambridgeport, Cambridge 

Johnson J. 1 Merrimac House, Lowell 

Sanborn Amos & Co. 25 Central, " 

LEEDHAM J. S. (see adv. dept. p. 61), Maiden 

Macomber A. J. Newton 

DODGE FRANK B. 142 Main (see left-hand foot 

lines), Woburn 

Smith G. F. & Co. 245 Main, " 

Organ Builders. 

Hamill Samuel S. (church), 101 Gore, 

East Cambridge, Cambridge 
STEVENS GEORGE & CO. 32 Fifth (see adv. 

dept. p. 175), East Cambridge, " 

GEORGE WOODS CO. (parlor) 624 Main (see 

right-hand foot lines), Cambridgeport, " 



When yon are in Woburn, call in at Dodge's and take a look at his 
Stock ofWatches, Silver Ware, &.C., 142 Alain Street. 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 247 

Clisbee George, Marlborough 

' HUTCHINS M. (patent parlor organ),' Board- 
man's block (see adv. dept. p. 215), Melrose 
Clauss Charles, Watertown 

Organ Case Manufacturers. 
Mason & Hamlin Organ Co. 160 Broadway, 

Cambridgeport, Cambridge 

Organ Pipe Manufacturers. 
Somerby Charles A. 3 Second, 

East Cambridge, Cambridge 
Pierce Samuel, Salem, cor. Pierce, Reading 

Wellington I. C. " 

Organ Tuners. 
WOODMAN H. A. 3 Putnam (see adv. dept. p. 

72), Somerville 

Oriental Oleate. 
WILLIAMS AUGUSTUS, opp. depot (see adv. 

dept. p. 216), Newtonville, Newton 

Oysters (Wholesale). 
FLOOD B. H. 48 Dutton (see adv. dept. p. 30), Lowell 

Oysters and Refreshment. 
(See also Eating-Houses ; also Saloons.) 

Packers (Pork). 
Fletcher J. V. & Co. Belmont 

Boynton Packing Co. Cambridgeport, Cambridge 

Squire J. P. & Co. East Cambridge, " 

Hunt & Wilder, 94 and 96 Market, Lowell 

PUFFER STEPHEN B. 12 Market (see adv. 

dept. p. 41), 
Lincoln, Chamberlain & Co., Distill House st. Somerville 
North Charles H. & Co. 
Squire John P. & Co. " 

Packing Box Manufacturer. 
BUTTRICK FRANCIS (see adv. dept. p. 101), 

Waltham 
Painters (Carriage). 
CLARK WILLIAM L. & CO., Arlington ave. 

(see adv. dept. p. 80), Arlington 

Wheeler Rufus W. Ash by 

Wilcox O. A. Ashland 

BRIGHAM & McRAY (see adv. dept. p. 143), Ayer 
Woods Wm. R. " 

Cutler Frederick A. Bedford 



The cases of Geo. Woods Co.'s Organ* are of the most beautiful and 
graceful designs. 



248 MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 

Painters {Carriage), — continued. 
COGSWELL JAMES A. (see adv. dept. p. 

Ill), Brighton 

Jackson D. S. " 

Polechio Joseph, Allston, " 

JONES A. J., Church, cor. Palmer, Cambridge 

Penniman Thos. J. & Co. 446 and 448 Main, 

Cambridgeport, " 

BUTLER P. E. 41 Cambridge (see adv. dept. p. 

' 184), East Cambridge, " 

FELT & COLLINS, 18 Cambridge (see adv. 

dept. p. 181), East Cambridge, " 

Hadley C. V., Bridge, near East, " " 

PIERCE J. A. 18 Cambridge (see adv. dept. p. 

181), East Cambridge. " 

Ivers F., North ave. cor. Allen, 

North Cambridge, " 

Brvant John, 15 Austin, Charlestown 

CLARK ENOCH J., Call, cor. Park, 
Dana William H. 512 Main, " 

HILLING JOHN, 526 Main (see adv. dept. p. 207), " 
LOUER & RICE, 41 and 43 Chelsea (see adv. 

dept. p. 206), " 

Teeling B. F. 7 Main, " 

Bean L. Willis, Concord 

Hastings H. Framingham 

Lewis Joseph, " 

Trowbridge George, South Framingham, " 

Partridge Joseph, Holliston 

Plimpton John L. & Co. " 

ROBINSON A. (see adv. dept. p. 190), 
Wood Charles A. Hudson 

Moore J. F. Littleton 

ABBOTT A. H. & J. H. 292 Middlesex (see adv. 

dept. p. 49), Lowell 

FREEMAN S. K. 1 Arch (see adv. dept. p. 42), " 
Hill G. F. 136 Middlesex, 

Racicot H. A. 16 Middlesex, " 

ROSS & JEWETT, Willie, cor. Cross (see adv. 

dept. p. 12), " 

Swett Wm. L., Pawtucket, near Falls, " 

Bates A. M. & Co., Middlesex, cor. Centre, Maiden 

Wheelock E. C. Marlborough 

Merrill S. W. Maynard 

James John, Medford 

Walker Daniel H. Melrose 

Greenwood Geo. P. Natick 

Reed J. B. & Co. " 

Curry Rohert, Newton 



Frank ii. Dodge, 143 Main Street, Woburn, will fill orders for Goods, 
at Manufacturers' Prices. Give him a call. 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 249 

Langtree Richard, Newton 

Fuller George, West Newton, " 

Whitaker W. A. " " 

Shattuck William W. East Pepperell, Pepperell 

Garfield M. H. Reading 

Farrar A. W. Shirley 

Plummer J. H., Union square, Somerville 

Chapman & Marston, Stoneham 

Desormeaux Charles, " 

Shattuck Job, Townsend 

Winship J. & S. Wakefield 

ANDERSON BROTHERS, Main, near Bacon 

(see adv. dept. p. 103), Waltham 
PENNIMAN J. W., near Central House (see adv. 

dept. p. 102), " 

Teele George E. Watertown 

Jones Thomas B. Weston 

Jones & Branch, " 

Jones Charles, Woburn 
PARKER A. J., Prospect, rear of depot (see adv. 

dept. p. 88), " 

Painters (Decorative). 
ROW & DEER, 625 Main (see adv. dept. p. 161), 

Cambridgeport, Cambridge 
THAYER J. H. & J. P. & CO. 658 and 660 

Main (see adv. dept. p. 149), Cambridgeport, " 
Drawbridge S. Hopkinton 

Painters (Fresco). 
Wakeham S. 427 Main, Cambridgeport, Cambridge 

Kelley William, 3 Salem, Lowell 

McARTHUR & MILLER, 342 Main (see adv. 

dept. p. 88), Woburn 

Painter 8 (House and Sign). 

Jones T. G. F. Acton 

Jones Frank, South Acton, " 

Sumner A. R. " " 

Houghton Warren R. West Acton, " 

Lawrence John, opp. depot, Arlington 

Tufts George D. k< 

Allen Samuel M. Ashby 

Burr Henry W. " 

DADMUN H. J. & CO. Ashland 
SPOONER JOHN A. 

LAWTON C. A. (see adv. dept. p. 142), Ayer 

LEONARD J. H. (see adv. dept. p. 146), " 

McRay John, " 
MERRILL S. K. 



Geo. Woods Co.'g Organs are constructed in the most thorough 
perfect manner. 



250 MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 

Painters {House and Sign), — continued. 

Woolford J. M. Ayer 
Meader S. C. Bedford 
Simonds Merton, Belmont 
Barker H. P. Billeiica 

Munroe & Crosby, " 
Dearborn Samuel, Brighton 
Elles F. H. 

Houghton J. F. " 
Tubbs J. O. 

Gilson Brothers, Allston, " 
ANDREWS R. M. 13 Brattle (see adv. dept. p. 

164), Cambridge 

DANFORTH GEO. O. 17 Brattle (see adv. dept. 

p. 151), 

Forrest Robert, Banks, near Mt. Auburn, " 

Hefferman J. F., Atwood's Corner, " 

Holt William B. 14 Church, " 

Johnson H. H. 20 Brattle, " 

King Rufus, Atwood's Corner, " 

Morgan A. 444 Harvard, " 
STEWART H. L. 16 Brighton (see adv. dept. p. 

158), • « 

Belcher Geo. G. 589 Main, Cambridgeport, " 

Brandt H. H. 436 Main, " " 

Brooking & Sheefe, " " 

Dorsey & Elliot, 56 Clark, " « 

Fillebrown Charles, 5 Eaton, " " 
FILLEBROWN SAMUEL, 457 Cambridge (see 

adv. dept. p. 169), Cambridgeport, " 
FL1NN EDMUND, 530£ Main (see adv. dept. p. 

173), Cambridgeport, " 

Flinn Edmund jr. 530J- Main, " " 

Gilbert William F. 81 Inman, " " 

Gunnison Daniel O. " " 

Penniman Thomas J. & Co. 310 Main, " " 

Purcell H. 239 Main, " u 
ROW & DEER, 625 Main (see adv. dept. p. 161), 

Cambridgeport, " 
SAWYER CHAS A. 460 Main, " 

Stacy George W. 608 Main, " " 
STEVENS C. S. 3 River, 

Sullivan & Brother, 414 Main, " " 

Taylor Wm. A. 625 Main, " " 
Taylor Wm. J. 608 Main, " 
THAYER J. H. & J. P. & CO. 658 and 660 

Main (see adv. dept. p. 149), Cambridgeport, " 

Biggers Wm. 162 Spring, East Cambridge, " 

Bradbury H., Bridge, near East, " " 



Buy your Goods at Home. Save time and Money by calling at Dodge's, 
143 Main Street, Woburn. 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 251 

Ford J. D., Gore, near Fifth, East Cambridge, Cambridge 
JEWETT ARTHUR N. 99 Cambridge (see adv. 

dept. p. 180), East Cambridge, " 

Morgan H. & E., Third, cor. Cambridge, " *« 

Nolen Thomas, Lambert, near Cambridge," " 

PIERCE J. A. (sign), 18 Cambridge (see adv. 

dept. p. 181), East Cambridge, " 

Tufts Francis H. 149 Otis, " 

Boardman Edward, Jackson, near Spruce, 

North Cambridge, " 
ROLFE J. S., Henderson's block (see adv. dept. 

p. 217), North Cambridge, " 

Heald Stillman S. Carlisle 

CALDWELL JOSHUA, 16 Sullivan, Charlestown 

CLARK E. J. 31 Park, « 

Clark Thomas S. 550 Main, " 

Curry Wm. 50 Chelsea, " 

Durning P. " 

FISH BEN J. F. 5 Pleasant, rear 103 Main (see 

adv. dept. p. 204), " 

HILLING J. 526 Main (see adv. dept. p. 207), " 

HOLMAN M. T. 416 Main (see advt. p. 18, front), " 
Magrath Thomas, 32 Main, " 

Morrison A. F. 628 Main, " 

Paine K. J. 28 Sullivan, " 

Parker Edward, 311 Main, " 

PHILLIPS & SMITH, 262 Main (see adv. dept. 

p. 205), « 

POPE MARK, 78 School (see adv. dept. p. 209), " 
REED & GABRIEL, 8 Elm (see adv. dept. p. 201), " 
Ryan Thomas & Co. under 85 Bunker Hill, " 

SEAVEY MOSES, 69 Bartlett (see adv. dept. p. 203)," 
Waldron H. G. 6 City square, " 

West Charles, 16 Winthrop, " 

WESTON SAMUEL O., High, cor. Pearl, 
Holt Horace, Chelmsford 

Smith George H. North Chelmsford, " 

Brown Wm. C. West Chelmsford, " 

Brown William H. " " 

Butterfield J. C. " " 

Barrett Edward S. Concord 

Conant Geo. H. " 

Gray George A. " 

Wright James D. Westvale, " 

Blake Eben F. Dracut 

COX NELSON, Elm st. 

Weston Charles E. Dunstable 

Baldwin James M. Everett 

Edmester Charles, " 



Hear the "Vox Humana" Stop in Geo. Woods Go.'s Organs; it is 
baritone sole stop, not a mere fan or tremolo. 



252 MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 


Painters {House and Sign), — continued. 




McClaren R. 


Everett 


Ballard George F. 


Framingham 


Farrington I. 


". 


Graham George, 


(c 


Stowell L. & L. H. 


t< 


Grice Henry, South Framingham, 


IC 


McCann Robert, " 


it 


Roberts W. G. M 


tt 


Vanestone & Grice, " 


it 


Priestly Alfred, Saxonville, 


tt 


Priestly Thomas, " 


tt 


Balcom John, 


Groton 


Russell Henry 0. 


tt 


Cummings E. 


Holliston 


Mantell George E. 


tt 


Plympton John & Co. 


u 


ROBINSON A. (see adv. dept. p. 190), 


(( 


Belknap , 


Hopkinton 


Drawbridge S. 


tt 


Hemingway F. 


" 


Traverse Moses E. 


". 


FROST WILLIAM H., Central st. (see adv. 


dept. 


p. 135), 


Hudson 


Loring T. C. 


" 


Wood C. A. (sign), 


a 


Worcester W. E. C. (sign), 


tt 


Fiske Timothy K. 


Lexington 


Merriam J. 


« 


Smith W. H. 


<( 


Brown Oliver, East Lexington, 


" 


Moore James F. 


Littleton 


Adams George W. 35 East Merrimac, 


Lowell 


Barnes Horace B. 241 Merrimac, 


« 


BEAN S. 22 Middle (see adv. dept. p. 43), 


tt 


Brown Stephen F. 143 Central, 


tt 


BROWN & CARTER, 200 Middlesex (see 


adv. 


dept. p. 185), 


(< 


Emerson Nathan, 43 East Merrimac, 


" 


FARSON SAMUEL, 151 Middlesex (see adv 


dept. 


p. 45), 


»< 


FISKE & SPAULDING, 101 and 103 Cent 


and 3 and 4 Jackson (see adv. dept. p. 


L0), 


Giblin Michael J. 49 Market, 


11 


Goodell Jotham, 25 Cabot, 


it 


Hevwood Clark, 31 Chestnut, 


tt 


Kelley William, 2 Salem, 


tt 


Kittredge A. L. 104 Central, 


tt 


Lovejoy E., Dutton st. 


" 



Silver Ware and Jewelry manufactured to order, at Dodge's, 
Main Street. Woburn. 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 253 

Luscomb Cyrus, 285 Merrimac, Lowell 

Morrill N. W. & Co. 199 Gorham, « 

Munroe William H. 224 Middlesex, " 

Newton E. G. 24 Middle, « 

Parker C. A. " 

PEAVEY L. E. 192 Gorham, « 

Pennington William F. 69 Church, « 

Phelps W. P. 24 Prescott, « 

QUIMBY A. P. 200 Dutton, « 
RYDEN & ROOKS, 5 Whipple (see adv. dept. p. 

13), 

Wilmot W. W. 30 Bridge, Belvidere, » 
Baldwin James M., opp. B. & M. depot, Maiden 

Hill Aaron G. « 



Noyes Fred. 


u 


Crosby George C. 


Marlborough 


McAuslan James, 


u 


Snow H. P. 


U 


Green William P. 


Maynard 


Merrill S. W. 


« 


Bride & Ames, 


Medford 


Marston Lewis, 


« 


Palmer Charles L. 


« 


Stevens Alfred, 


<t 


Wood T. D. 


u 


Palmer F. T. & C. E. 


Melrose 


Patten & Howes, 


« 


Remick William A. 


u 


Spear T. R. 


u 


Drummond William M. 


Natick 


Parlin Asher, 


u 


Rogers & Greenwood, 


(4 


Verustone T. 


(« 


Wheeler Aaron, 


South Natick, " 



BR1GGS J. M., Nonantum block (see adv. dept. 

p- 112), Newton 
EVANS J. O. & SONS, Eliot block (see adv. 

dept. p. 113), « 

Fowler J. « 

Holman L. S. « 
Holman H. O. 

Ford James, Auburndale, " 

Hubbard Thomas C. " « 
HUSTON D. H. (see advt. p. 20, front), " 

Roffe William A. Newton Centre, " 

Heywood M. T. Newtonville, " 

Ardire William, Lower Falls, " 

Buttrick David H. " " 
Fenner E. A. Upper Falls, 



Hear the " Aeoline " Stop in Geo. Woods Co.'s Organs. It is a most 
beantifnl soft or breathing-stop. 



254 MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 


Painters {House and Sign) 


, — continued. 


Randall George B. 


Upper Falls, Newton 


Griggs B. D. 


West Newton, " 


Phillips Charles S. 


U ti 


Fairbanks James, 


North Reading 


Nichols Wm. I. 


u 


Hutchinson Charles, 


Pepperell 


Larkin Andrew, 


a 


Bancroft Nathan, 


Reading 


Bancroft William H. 


a 


Cook J. C. & Co. 


« 


Mclntire A. 


«c 


Nichols M. E. 


a 


Duross Charles, 


Sherborn 


Farrar A. W. 


Shirley 


Priest R. M. 


« 


Clarke Ramsay & Co., Milk, 


opp. Central, Somerville 


Dyer J. C, Cross, near Pearl, " 


Fisher Alphonzo, 


ti 


McDermott D. W. 


ic 


Peterson T., Union sq. 


(i 


Plummer James H., Union sq. " 


Pyne Charles B., Highland ave. ' 


Twombly J. Q., Union sq. 


« 


Bates B F. 


East Somerville, " 


BEAN BROS., Broadway, near Lincoln (see adv. 


dept. p. 70), 


East Somerville, " 


Brown Augustus B. 


u « 


Holiis Joseph H., Broadway, 


n. Temple, " " 


Johnson B F. 


North Somerville, " 


Cole Theodore L. 


Stoneham 


Jones Daniel, 


i< 


Saurin E. F. 


(c 


Strickland Robert E. 


" 


Whiting E. S. 


u 


Lucas William, 


Stow 


Bruce Hiram, 


Rock Bottom, " 


Garfield Calvin, 


Sudbury 


Parmenter A. D. 


South Sudbury, " 


Chapman & Marston, 


Tewksbury 


Gates Christopher, 


Town send Centre, Townsend 


Shattuck Job, 


U l< 


Arlington Wm. M. 


Wakefield 


Bacon & Sweetser, 


it 


Carr I 


ti 


Fairbanks Lewis, 


ti 


Hamblin Wm. A. 


" 


PARTRIDGE JAMES, Centre, near Main (see 


advt. p. 24, front), 


tc 



Frank B. Dodge, Watches, Jewelry, Silver Ware, Sewing Machines, 
Musical Instruments, Fancy Woods, &c, 142 :»lain Street, Woburn. 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 255 

Carrier R. A. Waltham 

HAYNES JOHN (house and machinery), River, 

near R. R. " 

Kilburn J. H., rear 277 Main, " 

McARTHUR & MILLER, 242 Main (see adv. 

dept. p. 88), " 

Wentworth B. W. " 

Whelon John H. " 

Barnard John, Main, opp. Mt. Auburn, , Watertown 
Page John, Main, opp. Mt, Auburn, " 

Russell Henry, " 

Teele George L. " 

Davis Charles L. Wayland 

Lee Cyrus, " 

Dane Hiram, Westford 

Hildreth George B. " 

Hildreth G. M. L. " 

Gregory Abijah, Weston 

Broookings S. R. & Son, Winchester 

Hawes R. C. " 

Lowe W. W. " 

McCOnville Joseph, " 

BRIGHAM S. T. 215£ Main (see adv. dept. p. 

88), Woburn 

Cole John G. & Co. 
COLSON J. C, Winn, near Main (see adv. dept. 

p. 89), 
Gage Frederick, Walnut, near Main, " 

MATTHEWS W. H., Church ave. near Main (see 

adv. dept. p. 89), " 

Ordway Fred. " 

Foster Charles C. North Woburn, " 

Painters (Ornamental and Sign). 
Wilcox O. A. Ashland 

BRIGHAM & McRAY (see adv. dept. p. 143), Ayer 
Belcher Geo. G. 589£ Main, Cambridgeport, Cambridge 
Wakeham Samuel, 61 Washington, " " 

BUTLER P. E. 41 Cambridge (see adv. dept. p. 

184), East Cambridge, " 

O'DONNELL JAMES, 115 Cambridge, " » 

PIEKCE J. A. 18 Cambridge (see adv. dept. p. 

181), East Cambridge, " 

HILLING JOHN, 526 Main (see adv. dept. p. 

207), Charlestown 

HOLM AN M. T. 416 Main (see advt. p. 18, front), " 
Wood Charles A. Hudson 

Worcester W. E. C. " 

Kittredge A. L. 104 Central, Lowell 



Hear the " Piano" Stop in Geo. Woods Co. 'a Organs. It is a piano of 
exquisite quality of tone whicn will never require tuning. 



256 MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 

Painters (Ornamental and Sign), — continued. 
Phelps William P. 24 Prescott, Lowell 

Racicot H. A. 16 Middlesex, " 

BEAN BROTHERS, Broadway, near Lincoln (see 

adv. dept. p 70), East Somerville, Somerville 

Desormeaux Charles, Stoneham 

PENNIMAN J. W., near Central House (see adv. 

dept. p 102), Waltham 

Teele Geo. E. Watertown 

Painters (Portrait and Landscape). 

(See also Artists.) 

Howes S. P. 112 Merrimac, Lowell 

Lawson T. B. 8 Savings' Bank building, " 

Robbins Ellen, Watertown 

Sharp James, " 

Painters' Supplies. 
FISH BENJAMIN F. 566 Main (see adv. dept. 

p. 204), Charlestown 

COBURN C. B. & CO. 1 and 3 Mechanics' block, 

Dutton st. (see advt. front cover), Lowell 

Paints, Oils and Glass. 
LAWTON CHAS. A. (see adv. dept. p 142), Ayer 

STEWART H. L. 16 Brighton (see adv. dept. p. 

158), Cambridge 

Train Edmund, Bridge, cor. East, 

East Cambridge, " 
WHEELER P. C. & CO., Bridge cor. East (see 

adv. dept. p. 178), East Cambridge, " 

Chamberlain D. U. & Co. 622 Main, Cambridgeport, " 
FILLEBROWN SAMUEL, 475 Cambridge (see 

adv. dept. p. 169), Cambridgeport, " 

THAYER J. H. & J. P. & CO. 658 and 660 

Main (see adv. dept. p. 149), Cambridgeport, " 

Clark Thomas S. 550 Main, Charlestown 

FISH BENJAMIN F. 566 Main (see adv. dept. 

p. 204), " 

McMATH JOHN, 216 Main (see adv. dept. p. 

204), 
Waldron H. Gr. 6 City square, " 

SHATTUCK MILO H. Groton 

FROST W. H , Central st. (see adv. dept. p. 135), Hudson 
Locke W. G. " 

Barnes Horace B 241 Merrimac, Lowell 

BEAN SYLVESTER, 22 Middle (see adv. dept. 

P- 43), 
COBURN CHARLES B & CO. 1 and 3 Me- 
chanics' building (see advt. front cover), " 



Frank B. Dodge, Watchmaker, 143 Main- Street, Wofcurn. Watches 
Repaired. 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 


257 


FARSON SAMUEL, 151 Middlesex (see 


adv. 


dept. p. 45), 


Lowell 


FISKE & SPALDING, 101 and 103 Central a 


3 and 4 Jackson (see adv. dept. p. 10), 


tc 


Kendall Jonathan, 91 and 93 Market, 


" 


Kittredge Abner, 10 Middle, 


t( 


Kittredge A. L. 104 Central, 


•' 


Bride & Ames, Main, near Bridge, 


Medford 


Marston L., Main, near Bridge, 


(t 


"Watson & Brigham, 


Natick 


BRIGGS JOSEPH M., Nonantum block (set 


i adv. 


dept. p. 112), 


N ewton 


EVANS J. O. & SON, 5 Eliot block (see 


adv. 


dept. p. 113), 


u 


HUSTON D, H. (see advt. p. 20 front), 




Auburndale, " 


Bill C. H. & Son, 3 Rumford building, 


Waltham 


Richardson Brothers, Goodnow's block, 


u 


Russell Henry, 


Watertown 


BRIGHAM S.T. 215£ Main (see adv. dept. p. 


38), Woburn 


COLSON J. C, Winn, near Main (see adv. 


dept. 


p. 89), 


tc 


MATTHEWS W. H., Church ave. near Main (see 


adv. dept. p. 89), 


a 


THOMPSON A. E. & CO. 3 Wade block 


(see 


adv. dept. p. 90), 


u 


Paint (Patent Roof). 




HILDRETH L. H., Merchants Row, 


Ayer 


Paint Can Manufacturer. 




Tucker Hiram, 113 Broadway, Cambridgeport, Cambridge 


Palm-Leaf Hat Manufacturers. 




Perrin D. C. & Co. 


Maiden 


, Paper Bags. 




Crowell Bag Co. 


Charlestown 


BARNEY ALFRED, 6 Jackson (see adv. dept. p. 


24), 


Lowell 


Hollingsworth & Whitney, 


Watertown 


Paper Box Makers. 




Barnes Walter S. 28 Warren avenue, 


Charlestown 


Pease George W. 2 Warren, 


Lowell 


Dennison & Co. 


Newton 


Lawrence J. F. & Co. 


Waltham 


DAVIS ROLAND A., Fairmount st. (see advt. p. 


24, front), 


Woburn 


Paper Collar Manufacturers. 




Reversible Collar Co., G. N. March, treas. 


Cambridge 


Pemberton Collar Co., A. L. Elliott, supt. 


Wakefield 



See the beautiful new styles of cases in GEORGE WOODS CO.'S 
Organs. 

17 



258 MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 

Paper Hangers. 

(See also Painters.) 
LAWTON CHAS. A. (see adv. dept. p. 142), Ayer 

Gilson Brothers, Allston, Brighton 

Hurmewell F. Cambridge 

King Rufus, Atwood's Corner, Cambridgeport, " 
Pearson Alex. C. 519 Main, « " 

ROW & DEER, 625 Main (see adv. dept. p. 161), 

Cambridgeport, " 
SAWYER CHAS. A. 460 Main, " " 

Taylor Wm. J. 416 Main, " " 

THAYER J. H. & J. P. & CO. 658 and 660 Main 

(see adv. dept. p. 149), Cambridgeport, " 

Yates Thomas G. 413 Main, " " 

Brintnall & Osgood, 77 Main, Charlestown 

Holm Charles H. & Son, 34 Main, " 

Palmer A. C. 37 Main, 

POPE MARK, 78 School (see adv. dept. p. 209), " 
Loring T. C. Hudson 

Barnes Horace B. 241 Merrimac, Lowell 

BEAN SYLVESTER, 22 Middle (see adv. dept. 

P- 43), 
Brown S. F. 143 Central, " 

Kittredge A. L. 104 Central, " 

PEAVEY L. E. 192 Gorham, " 

RYDEN & ROOKS, 57 Whipple (see adv. dept. 

p. 13), 
CHATF1ELD C, Pleasant, opp. Washington, Maiden 
CROCKER A. F., Pleasant, opp. Washington (see 

adv. dept. p. 61), " 

Spencer M. C. Medford 

Tainter John H. " 

BR1GGS JOSEPH M., Nonantum block (see adv. 

dept. p. 112), Newton 

EVANS J. O. & SONS, Eliot block (see adv. 

dept. p. 113), 
LENTELL BENJ. (see adv. dept. p. 117), 

Newtonville, " 
Griggs Benjamin, West Newton, " 

Peterson T., Union square, Somerville 

Shaw H. & Co., Union square, " 

Thomas W. H. East Somerville, " 

Need ham C. M. North Somerville, " 

Osgood C. H. Stoneham 

Russell Henry, Spring, near Main, Watertown 

BRIG HAM S. T. 215£ Main (see adv. dept. p. 

•86)^ Woburn 

McARTHUR & MILLER, 242 Main (see adv. 

dept. p. 88), " 



Frank 1J. Dodge, Optician, 143 Main Street, Woburn, deaier in Spec- 
tacles and Eyeglasses. 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 259 

Paper Hangings! 
SHERWIN L. & CO. 1 Page's block (see adv. 

dept. p. 140), Ayer 

WRIGHT W. & SON (see adv. dept. p. 139), « 

Chamberlain D. U. & Co. 622 Main, 

Cambridgeport, Cambridge 
THAYER J. H. & J. P. & CO. 658 and 660 

Main (see adv. dept. p. 149), Cambridgeport, " 
Folsom C. D. 159 Cambridge, East Cambridge, " 
Brintnall & Osgood, 77 Main, Charlestown 

Holm C. H. & Son, , 34 Main, • « 

Palmer A. C. 37 Main, " 

WHITCOMB H. L. Concord 

DANIELS TIMOTHY (see adv. dept. p. 188), Holliston 
Gassett O. W. 1 Pond's block, " 

HOLDEN W. P. & SON (see adv. dept. p : 131), Hudson 
Barnes H. B 241 Merrimac, Lowell 

BEAN SYLVESTER, 22 Middle (see adv. dept. 

p. 43), 
Brown S. F. 143 Central, " 

BROWN & CARTER, 200 Middlesex (see adv. 

dept. p. 185), " 

FARSON SAMUEL, 151 Middlesex (see adv. 

dept. p. 45), " 

FISKE & SPAULDING, 101 and 103 Central, 

and 3 and 4 Jackson (see adv. dept. p. 10), " 

Kittredge A. 10 Middle, " 

Kittredge A. L. 104 Central, " 

MERUILL JOSHUA & SON (see adv. dept. 

p. 218), 
Morrill N. W. & Co. 199 Gorham, « 

RYDEN & ROOKS, 5 Whipple (see adv. dept. 

p. 13), 
Ryerson H. J. 29 Central, " 

CROCKER A. F., Pleasant, opp. Washington (see 

adv. dept. p. 61), Maiden 

Coburn J. & Co., Coburn's building, Medford 

Parlin Wm. D. 4 Union block, Natick 

Watson & Brigbam, " 

BRIGGS JOSEPH M , Washington, cor. Centre 

(see adv. dept. p. 112), Newton 

EVANS J. O. & SON, Eliot block (see adv. dept. 

p. 113), 
Evans, Lincoln & Co., Hyde's block, " 

LENTELL BENJAMIN (see adv. dept. p. 117), 

Newton ville, " 

CURTIS JESSE, 6 Central square, Stoneham 

ANDERSON, HOWES & CO., Main, cor. Albion 

(see adv. dept. p. 73), Wakefield 



A -visit to the warerooms and factory of Geo. Woods Co., 63* Alain St., 
Cambridgeport, will amply repay all interested in music. 



260 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



Paper Hangings, — continued. 
WILLIAMS BROTHERS, 1 Central block (see 

adv. dept. p. 100), Waltham 

Wooley George, Main, cor. Church, " 

Russell Henry, Watertown 

HORTON SPARROW, 162 Main, Woburn 

THOMPSON A. E. & CO. 3 Wade block (see 

adv. dept. p. 90), " 



Paper Manufacturers. 



Clarke Henry M. 


4 




Belmont 


Lowell Wadding & Paper Co. 






Dracut 


Wardwell & Spaulding, 






« 


Hollingsworth L. & Co. 






Groton 


Lowell Wadding & Paper Co. 


1 Congress, 




Lowell 


Richmond C. B. 80 Lawrence, 






« 


Hollingsworth L. & Co. 






Maynard 


Crehore L. (press), 


Lower 


Falls, Newton 


Rice Thomas jr. (printing), 




" 


K 


Wiswall A. C. (hangings), 




u 


" 


Newhall Benj. (sheathing), 


Upper 


Fall 


S » 


Clarke Henry M. & Co. 


East Pepperell, 


Pepperell 


Parker Henry A. & Co. 


(C 




" 


Binney B. S. 






Shirley 


Eoberts John & Son, 






W altham 



Hollingsworth & Whitney (inanilla). 



Watertown 



Paper Mill Engine Bars and Plates Manufacturers. 
ROBY MANUFACTURING CO. 

West Chelmsford, Chelmsford 
Lovejoy Daniel, Rock, cor. Cushing, Lowell 

Paper Stock Dealers. 
FRY C. J. & CO. (see adv. dept. p. 148), Ayer 

LARKIN JOHN, junction Cambridge and Bridge, 

East Cambridge, Cambridge 
QUINN P. 25 Charles River ave. Charlestown 

JOHNSON J. N. Holhston 

Butler Josiah, 9 Cushing, Lowell 

DODGE L. C. 55 Dutton, " 

Langley S. W. 21 Middle, 

Ready A. L. 65 Dntton, " 

TYRRALL JOSEPH, 20 Gorham (see adv. dept. 
p. 55), 

Paper Warehouse. 
Church H. C. & Son, 23 Central, Lowell 

Paper (Wrapping). 
BARNEY ALFRED, 6 Jackson (see adv. dept. p. 

24), Lowell 



t. Dodge, 143 Wain Street, Wobnrn. Watches and Jewelry 
Repaired in the best manner. 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 


261 


Passenger Agents. 




Dearborn H. H. & Co. 28 Central, 


Lowell 


CREHAN P. 225 and 227 Main, 


Woburn 


HORTON SPARROW (foreign), 165 Main, 


" 


Patent Agent. 




MOORE ALBERT M. 49 Central, 


Lowell 


Patent Pood Manufacturers. 




WOOLRICH & CO. (Ridge's Patent Food 


and 


Woolrich's Arabian Spice) (see advt. 


over 


Calendar) , 


Maiden 


Patent Glass Tension for Sewing Machines. 


MCCARTHY JOSEPH (see advt. opp. Porcelain 


Glass Manufacturers), 


Woburn 


Patent Medicines. 




(See also Apothecaries.) 




Jones A. T. & Co. 


Ashland 


Tilton George A. 


" 


Fowle Seth W. & Sons, Cambridgeport, Cambridge 


Hardy F. D. 233 Western ave. " 


" 


Redding George W. (Russia salve), " 


tt 


MANSON S. F., Post-office building, 


Hudson 


SAFFORD W. A. (see adv. dept. p. 127), 


c« 


Ayer J. C. & Co. 99 Market, 


Lowell 


Green John, 198 Merrimac, 


" 


Kidder J. P. (liieumatic syrup), 5 Merrimac, 


« 


Melvin Joshua, 256 Central, 


« 


Mowe George S. (cough balsam), 94 Middle, 


" 


NOVELTY PLASTER WORKS (plasters), 


Elm, 


near Gorham (see adv. dept. p 47), 


" 


Richardson S. 0. 


Wakefield 


Manning E. Miss, 


Waltham 


Parmenter & Walker (Field's lotion), 


u 


Patent Solicitors. 




Teschemacher P. E. 


Belmont 


Crane J. E., Museum building, 


Lowell 


MOORE ALBERT M. 49 Central, 


K 


Patterns. 




Wason Francis Mrs. (Butterick's), 30 Warre 


n, 


Charlestown 


SANBORN E. L. MISS, Goodrich block (see 


adv. 


dept. p. 135), 


Hudson 


Adams R. 0. Mrs. 39 Merrimac, 


Lowell 


STORER N. W. (Butterick's), 88 Merrimac, 


u 


COUGHLAN E. B. MISS (Butterick's), Pleasant, 


opp. Linden (see adv. dept. p. 60), 


Maiden 


Warren Andrew, 3 Central block, 


Waltham 





Geo. Woods Co.'s Parlor and Vestry Organs are not equalled for 
purity and brilliancy of tone. 



262 MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 


Pattern and Model Makers. 




RUSSELL E. W. 


Ayer 


RICE T. H. W. (see adv. dept. p. 129), 


Hudson 


TOWER BROS., Houghton's block (see adv. 


dept. 


p. 126), 


" 


Bradshaw J. A., Wilson Lane, 


Lowell 


Flint Joseph K. 20 Fletcher, 


« 


HALLOW ELL & WRIGHT, 16 Middlesex 


(see 


adv. dept. p 26), 


(t 


MURKLAND JOHN W., Western ave. (see 


adv. 


dept. p. 15), 


u 


Pavers. 




Gore D. & H. 232 and 234 Third, 




Cambridgeport, Cambridge 


Paving Stock. 




Gore D. & H. 232 and 234 Third, 




Cambridgeport, Cambridge 


Pencil Manufacturers. 




Ball Lewis F. 


Acton 


Smith H. M. (slate), 


t< 


Wright Henry 0. 


Concord 


Perfumers. 




Barney & Co., Main, opp. Baldwin ave. 


Everett 


Hirshfield Henry, 109 Middlesex, 


Lowell 


Periodical and News Depots. 




(See also Booksellers.) 




Richardson M. A. & Co. 


Arlington 


Davis S. A. 


Ashland 


SHERWIN L. & CO. 1 Page's block (see 


adv. 


dept. p. 140), 


Ayer 


Corey C. A. 


Bedford 


Trickey J. W. 


Belmont 


Greenleaf M. H. 


Brighton 


Richardson Benjamin H. 5 Harvard square, 


Cambridge 


Dooley J. M. 654 Main, Cambridgeport, " 


French George E. 588 Main, " 


" 


Harding Walter H. 559 Main, " 


kt 


Ingalls E. B. 251 Broadway, " 


" 


Langford W. K. 25 River, 


« 


Lull F. A. 447 Main, " 


(i 


Potter J. Cushing, 30 River, " 


» 


Blake Edward W. 91 Cambridge, East Cambridge, " 


Coburn S. A. Mrs. 109 Cambridge, " 


" 


Gardner J. W. 207 Cambridge, " 


u 


Hunnewell J. W. North Cambridge, " 





l. Dodge, Dealer in all kinds of Sewing Machines, 143 Main 
Street, Woburn. 





MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 263 


Addison Henrv J. 219 Main, 


Charlestown 


CURIO BROTHERS, 12 Bunker Hill, 


" 


EASTMAN CHARLES E. 217 Main, 


" 


Erickson H. 4 Chestnut, 


" 


Perkins Nathan G. 165 Bunker Hill, 


" 


Schrow Henry, 23 Main, 


" 


Whittemore A. 45 Main, 


u 


Davis Curnmings E. 


Concord 


WH1TCOMB HENRY L. 


(t 


Moulton M. L. Miss, 


Framingham 


Woolley Charles, jr. 


Groton 


Fiske James F., Andrews' block, 


Holliston 


Woodbury J. A. 


Hopkinton 


MAN SON SILAS F. 


Hudson 


Underwood James J. 


u 


Banfield Joel, 119 Middlesex, 


Lowell 


COGGESHALL & SON, 40 Merrimac ( 


see advt. 


back colored;, 


" 


Libby N. F. 24 Liberty square, 


" 


Marston & Prince, 90 Merrimac, 


" 


Miller & Brown, 80 Central, 


" 


Morgan E. 3 Russell's block, 


" 


Morse & Turner, 133 Central, 


" 


Robinson Pamelia Mrs. 9"> Broadway, 


« 


Stackpole J. H. 79 Central, 


(c 


Thomason Samuel, 59 Market, 


" 


Butman T. M., Central square, 


Maiden 


RANDOLPH B. F., Pleasant, under 


Howard 


House (see adv. dept. p. 65), 


" 


Robie Richard, B. & M. depot, 


" 


Nolan & Fay, Town House block, 


Marlboi'ough 


Eames & Russell, 


Medford 


Peak H. N. 


u 


Edson P., Main, cor. Essex, 


Melrose 


Fairbanks J. B. & Son, 6 Union block, 


Natick 


Hyde H. N., Hyde's block, 


Newton 


Parker H. & S. Misses, 


" 


Lovett J. B. New 


.onville, " 


Stacey C. H. West Newton, " 


Gleason Lewis E. 


Reading 


Dayton N. L., Post-office building, 




East Somerville, Somerville 


Bacon G. W., Winter Hill, North Somerville, " 


Rice A. W. 82 Main, 


Stoneham 


Whittier E. T. 


" 


Foster C. P. 


Wakefield 


Kingman Samuel, 


" 


ROBINSON B. S. 375 Main, 


Waltham 


McLaughlin Charles, 


Watertown 





Geo. 'Woods Co.'s Combination Solo Stops are remarkable foi tlte 
beauty and variety of the musical effects of which they are capable. 



264 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



Pe iodical and News Depots, — continued. 
PAGE CHAS. F., Main, cor. Church (see advt. p. 

21, front), Watertown 

Brown George P. Winchester 

HORTON SPARROW, 165 Main, Woburn 

SYKES JOSEPH, 262 Main (see adv. dept. p. 85), « 

Pew and Pulpit Manufacturers. 
WENTWORTH T. B., Osborn's Mill (see adv. 

dept. p. 210), Cambridgeport, Cambridge 

Photographers . 

Richardson L. A. Ashland 

Mudgett J. C, Prescott building, Ayer 
Warren Geo. K. 563 Main, Cambridgeport, Cambridge 
Low Frederick, 110 Cambridge, East Cambridge, " 

Adams Elliott, 101 Main, Charlestown 

Freeman G. W. 19 Main, " 

Magrass John, 82 Main, " 

Pratt Charles H. 461 Main, " 

Vermer G. W. 141 Main, " 

Putnam A. H. Groton 

Hodgman Charles O. Holliston 
LEWIS RUSSELL B. (see adv. dept. p. 129), Hudson 
AYOTTE P. V. 27 Central (see advt. front cover), Lowell 

Eaton A. B. 15 Barristers' Hall, " 

Emerson M. W. 89 Merrimac, " 

Gilchrist Geo. C. 92 Merrimac, " 

Gilchrist Geo. E. 88 Merrrmac, " 

Kenney & Boomhower, 29 Kirk, " 

Kimball E. C. 112 Merrimac, " 

Richardson & Tatlant, 245 Merrimac, " 

Sanborn N. C. 50 Merrimac, " 

Shattuck Sewall, 19 Central, " 

Washburn J. M. 100 Merrimac, " 
Swain E. C 
Albee M. H. 
Ward A. L. 
Osborn D. C. 
Wilkinson O. R. 



Haven S. J. 13 Union block 

Randall Bros. 13 Union block, 

Wyman S. W. 

Gardner William B. 

Manning J. W. 52 Main, 

RICHARDSON C. F., Main, cor. Albion, 



Maiden 
Marlborough 

Maynard 
Med ford 
Natick 

Reading 

Sherborn 

Stoneham 

Wakefield 



DAY EDWIN 

p. 104) 



Moody, 



cor. Crescent (see advt. 

Waltham 
GOSS EZRA L., Main, cor. Church (see advt. back 

cover), " 



The best assortment of Watches, Clocks, and Jewelry, will be found 
at Dodge's, 143 Slain Street, Woburn. 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 


265 


Perry Alexander, 




Waltham 


Warren Henry F. 




« 


Kidder George R., Main, cor. Spring 


j 


Watertown 


Strout Howard E. 143 Main, 




Woburn 


Physicians. 






Cowdrey Harris, 




Acton 


Hutchins Isaiah (eel.), 


West Acton, " 


Harris Jonas, 




Arlington 


Hodgdon R. L. 




" 


Mason John D. (eel.), 




" 


Blood J. M. 




Ashby 


Pierce Gardner C. 




Ashland 


Wiggin J. M. (eel.), 




" 


Hartwell B. H. (horn.), 




Ayer 


McCOLLESTER J. Q. A. (hom.), 




it 


PARSONS J. E. (horn.), 




(C 


SMITH GIBSON (eel.), 




" 


WILLIS EBENEZER (bot.), 




u 


Shaw Henry, 




Bedford 


Alexander John L. 




Belmont 


Munroe George H. 




Billerica 


Braman I G. 




Brighton 


Bridgeman M. F. 




" 


Giddings W. P. 




" 


Marion H. E. 




a 


Mason Augustus, 




(< 


Thayer J. 




cc 


Upham & Ames, 




a 


Allen Charles H. 




Cambridge 


Driver Stephen Wm. 




" 


Edgehill S. S. (eel.), 




" 


Hildreth John L. 




" 


Newhall Chas. H. 




" 


Nichols J. T G. 




u 


Stocker Alfred A. 




« 


Vaughan Charles E. 




4( 


Walcott Henry P. 




" 


Wyman Morrill, 




It 


Belissier A. N. Cambridgeport, 


a 


Berry Horace, 


<( 


" 


Chase Hiram L. (hom.), 


tt 


t( 


Clarke Augustus P. 497 Main, 


(C 


U 


Cogswell Edward R. 


(C 


" 


Colby Benjamin, 


a 


u 


Dow James A. 


(( 


u 


Gay lord Ed son, 


« 


" 


Holt Alfred F. 98 Austin, 


it 


l( 


Keniston James M. 


" 


u 



The cases of Geo. Woods Co.'s Organs are of the most beautiful and 
. graceful designs. 



266 MIDDLESEX COUNTY 


DIRECTORY. 




Physicians, — continued. 






Lathe Leonora F. Cambridgeport, Cambridge 


Latimer James A. 


" 


u 


Marcy Henry 0. 


C( 


" 


Palmer J. K. 


« 


" 


Webber A. Carter, 


« 


" 


Wellington William W. 


u 


" 


Wheelock S. A. 


t( 


u 


Wood F. A., Norfolk, cor. Main, 


u 


" 


DeNoyer J. J., Gore, cor. Third, 


East Cambridge, 


" 


Farnsworth Charles H. (horn.), 


" 


ti 


Hooker Anson P. 


« 


H 


Kelley Cyrus K. 


" 


« 


McLeod A. 


" 


« 


Norris A. L. 


!< 


(( 


Rexford Thomas W. 120 Otis, 


IC 


" 


Taylor John B. 


i< 


" 


Walsh E. 145 Cambridge, 


t< 


" 


Weston Edward H. 


if 


u 


Fletcher W. K. (horn.), North Cambridge, 


u 


Morse James R. 


u 


" 


Otis Robert M. 


(i 


" 


Stevens E. H. 


it 


" 


Talbot J. H. 


« 


" 


Van DaSar-de D. F. C. 


(t 


" 


Marsh Austin, 




Carlisle 


Atwood Charles, 174 Bunker Hill 


, Charlestown 


Bickford H. C. 




" 


Blood R. A. 8 Wood, 




« 


Bond Wm. L. 345 Main, 




u 


Cheever John (bot.), 




" 


Crozier Thomas jr. 




« 


Cummings H. 




u 


Cushman H. 176 Chelsea, 




a 


Davis Hazen L. 




" 


Davis Samuel A. (and surgeon), 


195 Main, 


k 


Dearborn J. G. 191 Main, 




" 


Field Emerson, 40 Warren, 




" 


Foster E. J. 




C( 


Fuller Henry H. 




" 


Goward C. M. 108 High, 




" 


Hanson J. L. 562 Main, 




" 


Herrick G. H. W. 2 Wood, 




(t 


Hurd S. H. 




H 


Mason William, 




" 


McCarthy J. J. 




" 


McClenlan G. W. (mag.), 154 Chel 


i< 


McDonald J. A. (horn.), » 




k ' 


Morris William B. 




" 





Silver Ware made to order at Dodge's, 143 Main Street, Wobnrn, less 
than Boston prices. 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY 


267 


Neilson J. C. (hom.), 193 Main, 


Charlestown 


Newell C. M. 


*« 


Parker N. D. 9 Concord, 


« 


Plumb Samuel (mag.), 


(( 


Plumb Samuel Mrs. (clair.), 


" 


Richardson Amos H. (eel.), 95 Main, 


" 


Rideout Marv M. 


" 


Stevens Charles W. 40 Elm, 


(t 


Stevens Thomas J. 42 Elm, 


, (( 


Towne J. W. (surgeon), 


" 


Wetherbee Angie G. 


. (( 


Whiting John S. 


" 


Willis L. M. 


" 


York C. C. 3 Winthrop, 


" 


Bartlett John C. 


Chelmsford 


Howard Levi, 


" 


Edwards Nathan B. North Chelmsford, 


Barrett Henry A. 


Concord 


Bartlett Josiah, 


K 


Ricketson Arthur, 


(i 


Whiting L. A. Mrs. (hom.), 


" 


Bennett J. B. 


Everett 


Colby E. P. 


" 


Everett J. B. 


" 


Pierce Levi (hom.), 


n 


Wakefield J. F. 


" 


Adams Z. B. 


Framingham 


Howe George M. 


u 


Hoyt Enos, 


l( 


Johnson Otis 0. (hom.), 


" 


BEARD GEORGE (eel.), South Framingham, 


Warren E. L. " 


(( 


Cowles Henry, Saxonville, 


Smith Norman (hom.), 


Groton 


Spaulding Miles, 


" 


Steere D. R. 


" 


Burnap S. G. 


Holliston 


Hitchcock Alfred 0. 


" 


Albee George A. (hom.), 


Hopkinton 


Pratt Jefferson, 


" 


Scammell L. L. 


" 


Warren George A. 


" 


Barnes C. W. 


Hudson 


Harriman J. L. 


" 


LONGENECKER J. H., Woods square, 


« 


ROSS 0. G., Brigham's block, 


u 


Adams A. B. 


Lexington 


Currier Wm. J. 


" 


Holmes Howland, 


u 



Geo. Woods Co.'s Organs are constructed in the most thorough and 
perfect manner. 



268 MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



Physicians, — continued. 
Chapin Henry C. Lincoln 

Phelps R. H. Littleton 

Aldrich Ezra B. 145 East Merriniac, Lowell 

Allen Nathan, 12 Hurd, " 

Bass Wm. 129£ Central, " 

Baudry Joseph X. 327 Merrimac, " 

Brown Howard H., Merrimac, cor. John, " 
BURNHAM WALTER (surgeon), Middlesex, cor. 

Central, " 
BURNHAM & DAVIS (surgeons), Middlesex, 

cor. Central, " 

Buswell Albert (horn.), 16 Central, " 

BUTT RICK A. W., Central, cor. Jackson, " 

Chandler Herman (eel.), 6£ Hurd, " 

Chandler Lysander (eel.), 62 Central, " 

Cowles H. L. G. (clair.), " 

Daly James, 8 Gorham, " 

DAVIS O. A., Middlesex, cor. Central, " 

Day Thomas J. (bot.), " 

Dickey Hanover, 15 Hurd, " 

Dows Amos W. (bot.), " 

Fisk Cyrus M. 9 Kirk, " 

Fiske C. F. " 
FOX LORENZO S. 2 Wells' block, 

Gage Daniel P. 15 John, " 

Gilman John H. 8 Wells' block, " 
Golding P. J. C. W. 37 Willow, 

Graves John W. 121 Central, " 

Green John O., Savings Bank building, " 
Hall Mary A. 13 Kirk, 

Harmon James M., Wells' Block, " 

Harrison S. W. 55 Central, " 

Henotti C. 330 Merrimac, " 
HERRICK A. S. 192 Merrimac, 

Hoare Wm. M. 36 Central, " 

Hobart Anna L. (clair.), 4 Middlesex, " 

HOLMAN GEO. H., Middlesex, cor. Central, " 

Holt Daniel, 15 John, " 

Hoskin Edward H. 304 Central, " 

Hunter H. M. (horn.), 170 Merrimac, " 

Jackson William, 13 Andover, " 

Jenness L. W. (bot.), Merrimac, cor. John, " 

Kidder James P. 228 Central, " 

Kidder J. P. 5 Merrimac, " 

Kimball Gilman, Merrimac, cor. Worthing, " 

Knapp A. M. 170 Merrimac, " 

La Vigue Alfred W., Wells' block, " 

Leighton W. H., Central st. " 



HAIR WORK made to order at DODGE'S, 142 MAIN STREET, 
Woburn. 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 


269 


Leland F. C. 410 Merrimac, 


Lowell 


Livingston Alfred, 26 Thorndike, 


" 


Lurry Sarah Mrs. 19 Central, 


" 


Masta Joseph A. (Indian), 


" 


Moody J. D. (Indian), 173 Central, 


" 


Moore G. Mrs. (bot.), 3 Water, 


" 


Nickerson Franklin, Savings Bank building, 


" 


Osgood George C, Merrimac, cor. Suffolk, 


u 


Packer E. H. 170 Merrimac, 


" 


Page D. P. 


" 


Parker Daniel, 7 Barristers' Hall, 


u 


Parker Hiram, 17 John, 


" 


Parker Moses G., First, near Bridge, 


C( 


Pearson John W. 16 Hurd, 


" 


Pillsburv Geo. H. 24 Kirk, 


" 


Pillsbury Harlin, 24 Kirk, 


" 


Pinkhi<m Geo. E., Central, cor. Jackson, and 2 Ty 


er, " 


Plunkett F. C, Market, cor. Dutton, 


K 


Prescott N. A. Mrs. Ill East Merrimac, 


" 


Sanders Charles B. 7 Wells' block, 


" 


Saunders F. H. (clair.), 163£ Central, 


(( 


Savory Charles A. 6 Kirk, 


it 


Simpson Benjamin F 59 Third, 


(( 


Smith Herman J. 9 John, 


" 


Spalding Joel, 61 Savings Bank building, 


" 


Swaby J. P. 117 Thorndike, 


" 


Thompson A. (horn.), 14 Central, 


« 


Thompson M. E. (bot.), 268 Merrimac, 


" 


Warren Chas. 52J- Merrimac, 


4k 


Warren Frederick A., Lee, cor. John, 


" 


Warren L. 


" 


Wells David, 1 Wells' block, 


" 


Winn Daniel K. (bot.), 29 Kirk, 


" 


Wright Mary P. Mrs., Willow pi. 


M 


Barker L. M. 


Maiden 


Burpee John A. (horn.), 


" 


French Nathan, 


u 


Ladd Nath'l G. 


" 


Sawtelle George B. (horn.), 


" 


Shute Chas. B. 


« 


Sullivan John L. 


" 


Wadsworth Peleg jr. 


" 


Wakefield Jones F. South Maiden, 


" 


Woodman 0. P. " 


" 


Barnes E. F. , Marlborough 


Campbell J. 


" 


Chamberlain Nathan S. 


tc 


GOULD J. B. N. 


u 


Hincks E. F. (hom.), 


(4 





(he " Vox Humana" £top in Geo. 'Wood* Co.'s Organs; it is 
baritone solo stop, not a mere fan or tremolo. 



270 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



Physicians, — continued. 
Marsh C. D. 
Putnam Charles, 
Rice Sarah A. 
Tremblay J. A. 
Ramsdell George P. 
Bemis Charles C. V. 
Dorr James C. 
Hedenburg James (horn.), 
Pearl Martin, 
Weymouth A. B. 
Weymouth A. L. 
Abbott B. F. 
Parker Moses, 
Smith J. Heber (horn.), 
Beard George (eel.), 
Brown Marshall L. 
Bryant A. H. 
Gunter G. W. (horn.), 
Hard man S. K. 
Hoyt A. E. 

PIERCE CHARLES L., Washington st. 
Walker Ciiaries A. (horn.), 
Wright J. H. 



Marlborough 



Maynard 
Medford 



Mel 



Nat 



Townsend J. G. 
Field H. M. 
Frisbee J. T. 
Keith T. S. (horn.), 
Scales E. P. (horn.), 
Stocker A. A. 
Stone L. R. 
Toulon W. F. (eel.), 
Devoll Sarah Mrs. 
Harris E. M. Mrs. 
Heron William, 
Renton John, 
Lord F. T. 
Warren Edward, 
Pierce Levi (horn.), 
Robinson T. P. 
Slade Daniel D. 
Jones Daniel W. 
Taylor C. W. (horn.), 
Grant J. H. 
Higgins J. F. (eel.), 
Pklgerly D. M. 
Thayer E. F. 
Whitney A. W. 
Davis William P. 



South Natick, 



Newton 



Auburndalc, 
« 

(( 
a 

Lower Falls, 
« 

Newton Centre, 
t< 
tc 

Newtonville, 
u 

Upper Falls, 
tc 

West Newton, 



North Read 



MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, all kin-ls at DODGE'S, 143 Main Street, 
Wo burn. 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 


271 


Grosvenor David A. (bot.), 


North Reading 


Fletcher Samuel W. 




Pepperell 


Howe James S. N. 




" 


Stickney James M. 




cc 


Block Leonard, 




Reading 


Brown Francis F. 




" 


Hannaford Joseph P. (horn.), 




" 


Jordan Charles, 




u 


Kimball Frank B. 




" 


Blanchard Albert H. 




Sherborn 


Parker James 0. 




Shirley 


Plympton A. A. Shirley 


Villag 


;e, 


Bicknell Elbridge, 




Somerville 


Chapin Horace, Beach st. 




" 


Davis Nathan J., Beach st. 




" 


Dow W. W. 




u 


Fenno E. S. Mrs. (hydro.), 




" 


Fletcher W. K. 




i< 


Jackson E. 




" 


Jellie Geo. F.*, McLean Asylum, 




IC 


Powers Thomas F. 




(( 


Reynolds H. C. 




it 


Robinson J. H. 




it 


Simpson J. H. 




it 


Stevens Edmund H. 




it 


Stevens E. S. 




. it 


Tyler John E., McLean Asylum, 




it 


White Emory L. 




tt 


Wilson Walter M. 




(t 


Davis N. J. East Somerville, 


" 


Hanscom Sanford, Perkins, cor. Franklin, 




" 


Hemenway H. P. (horn.), 




« 


Knight Nath'l J. 




(( 


Lothrop John L. 




(i 


Pratt H. T. (clair.), 




" 


Willis Reuben, 




11 


Brown Wm. S. 




Stoneham 


Cowdrey A. H. 




a 


Hodgdon Mary Mrs. (horn.), 




(t 


Hodgdon Richard (horn.), 




" 


Stevens Winthrop F. 




tt 


Thompson S. C. Mrs. 




« 


Liver more A. C. 




Stow 


Goodnough Levi, South Sudbury, Sudbury 


Towne J. C. Townsend Centre, 


Townsend 


Boynton R. B. West Townsend 


« 


McDonald J. E. " 




« 


Dutton Charles, 


Tyngsborough 


1 Abbott S. W. 




Wakefield 



Aeoline" Stop In Geo. Woods Co.'a Organs, 
beautiful soft or breathing-stop. 



It is a most 



272 MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 


Physicians, — continued. 




Ames A. jr. 


Wakefield 


Colby E. P. (hom.), 


" 


Jordan Charles, 


it 


Mackie James, 


" 


Mansfield J. R. 


« 


Richardson C. F. 


" 


Adams B. F. D. 


Waltham 


Cheever Joseph, 


cc 


Cutler Edward R. 410 Main, 


u 


Gfeenleaf J. 


" 


Henderson Thomas, 


" 


Hosmer Charles A. 


" 


Hunt Otis, 


" 


Kittredge Theodore, 


" 


Kittredge F. R. C, Central block, 


u 


Page James A. (bot.), 28 Elm, 


" 


Warren R. S 


(( 


Worcester Edward (horn.), 


" 


Atwood L. B. Mrs. 


Watertown 


Hosmer Alfred, 


u 


HUCKINS DAVID T. 


it 


Mack Mary Mrs. (clair.), 


a 


Morse Luther B. 


u 


Richardson Samuel, 


" 


Cochran G. B. 


Cochituate, Way land 


Dow Darius A. 


Westford 


Webster William A. 


" 


Hall 0. R. 


Weston 


Smithwick John, 


(< 


Toothaker Samuel A. 


Wilmington 


Chapin Alonzo, 


Winchester 


Winsor Frederick, 


u 


Cutter Ephraim, 


Woburn 


Drew S. W. 


tt 


Harlow John M. 


" 


Hutchings C. H. (eel.), 


" 


Hutchins G. H. (eel.), 


" 


Scales T. S. (hom.), 


" 


Walgamott G. W. 


" 


Piano-Fortes and Organ Dealers. 


Gardner George, 


West Acton, Acton 


Bruce J. M. 


Ayer 


HAYWARD E. H. 7 Page's block, 


" 


Tower Sylvester, 139 Broadway, 




Cambridgeport, Cambridge 


ELLIS B. G. 3 Pond's block (see 


adv. dept. p. 


148), 


Holliston 



Tcm can save Money by buying your Goods at Dodge's Jewelry 
* Store, 143 Main Street, Woburn. 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 273 

KALER & SHAW (see adv. dept. p. 125), Hudson 

Foote W. S. & Co. 275 Merrimac, Lowell 

Hedrick George, 36 Central, " 

Rugg Chester W. 75 and 77 Merrimac, " 

Warren Andrew, Central block, Waltham 

GREEN O. 142 Main, Woburn 

Piano-Forte Action Manufacturers. 
BOSTON PIANO FORTE ACTION M'F'G CO., 
Charles Woodman^ supt. 139 Broadway (see 
adv. dept. p. 168), Carnbridgeport, Cambridge 

Seaverns George W. " " 

Stedman & Kelley, " " 

Piano-Forte Case Manufacturers. 
SCHWAMB JACOB, Arlington ave. Arlington 

SCHWAMB THEODORE, Arlington ave. (see 

adv. dept. p. 79), " 

KALER & SHAW (see adv. dept. p. 125), Hudson 

Piano-Forte Hammer Covers. 
Frazier & Smith, 454 Main, Carnbridgeport, Cambridge 

Piano-Forte Stools. 
KALER & SHAW (see adv. dept. p. 125), Hudson 

Piano-Forte Top Manufacturers. 
SCHWAMB JACOB, Arlington ave. Arlington 

KALER & SHAW (see adv. dept. p. 125), Hudson 

Piano-Forte Tuners. 
Fosgate C. O. Hudson 

WOODMAN H. A. 3 Putnam (see adv. dept. p. 

72), Somerville 

Picker Pins Manufacturer. 
BAGSHAW W. H., Mechanics' Mills (see adv. 

dept. p. 1), Lowell 

Pickles, Preserves, etc. 

Underwood Wm. & Co. Charlestown 

WRIGHT A. C. & CO. 14 Market, Lowell 

ADAMS & DOWNS, Abbott's block, Pleasant 

street (see adv. dept. p. 61), Maiden 

Skilton, Foote & Co. North Somerville, Somerville 

Pictures and. Picture Frames. 
(See also Engravings, Pictures, etc.) 
EVANS J. O. & SONS, Eliot block (see adv. 

dept. p. 113), Newton 

ROBINSON B. S. 375 Main, Waltham 



Hear the " Piano " Stop in Geo. Woods Co.-'s Organs. It is a piano of 
exquisite quality of tone which will never require tuning. 

18 



274 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



Picture Frame Manufacturers. 
SCHWAMB CHARLES, Arlington ave. (see adv. 

dept. p. 77), Arlington 

MILIANDER C. A. & CO. 424 Harvard, Cambridge 
Belcher George G. 589J- Main, Cambridgeport, " 

Excelsior Frame Co., Osborn's Mill, " « 

Gray J. J. 61 Broadway, " " 

Holonsworth T. N., Fifth, cor. Cambridge, 

East'Cambridge, " 

O'DONNELL JAMES, 116 Cambridge, 

East Cambridge, " 

BLOOD & AKINS, 369 Main (see adv. dept. p. 

197), Charlestown 

Enwright M. J. 164 Main, " 

Morse Alfred, 48 Warren, " 

Peirce Geo. W. & Co., Waverley st. " 

Walcott Elbridge, 2 Warren ave. " 

BEMIS CYRUS W. (see adv. dept. p. 188), Holliston 
LEWIS R. B. (see adv. dept. p. 129), Hudson 

Underwood J. J. " 

Brooks J. W. 19 Prescott, Lowell 

CADWELL NELSON A. 1 Dutton (see adv. 

dept. p. 187), " 

CARTER BROTHERS, 163 Central (see adv. 

dept. p. 8), " 

Crosby Geo. E., Wamesit Mills, " 

Furnald & Cambridge, Fulton, near Willie, " 

Perkinson James, 139 Market, " 

Rugg C. W. 75 and 77 Merrimac, " 

Simpson A. J. & Co. 41 Central, " 

Atwood M. 5 Pond, Natick 

Marston Oliver H., Central square, Stoneham 

Trow Edwin S. & Co. Wakefield 

Lawrence & Co. 375 Main, Waltham 

HORTON SPARROW, 165 Main, Woburn 

Pipe Tongs Manufacturers. 
BARWICK WRENCH CO. (see advt. front cover), 

Holliston 
Plane Manufacturers. 
Pettingell John, Mechanics Mills, Lowell 

Planing and Sawing. 
PAGE & LITTLEF1ELD, 509 Medford (see adv. 

dept. p. 193), Charlestown 

Planing Machine Knife Manufacturers. 
Lovejoy Daniel & Son, Rock, cor. Cushing, Lowell 



The best Pebbled Spectttclrs, and Eye Glosses, made to Order 
Dodge's, 14:2 Main Street, Woburn. 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 275 

Planing Mills. 

(See also Sawing.) 
PHELPS & WOODS, , Aver 

PRIEST JOHN W., Brighton Corner (see advt. 

p. 19, front), Brighton 

DINSMORE JAMES (see adv. dept. p. 150), 

Cambridgeport, Cambridge 
Hancock & Greeley, 113 Broadway, " " 

Osborn James D., State, " " 

BROWN AMOS (see advt. p. 23, front), Charlestown 
Waterman A. 425 Medford, « 

Dutton Ira A. Hudson 

TRIPP BROTHERS (see adv. dept. p. 127), « 

Bachelder A. & Co., Mt. Vernon, near Broadway, Lowell 
Davis, Melendy & Sargent, 259 Middlesex, " 

PRATT M. C. & CO."; Wamesit Steam Mills (see 

adv. dept. p. 21), " 

Saunders C. W. & Co. « 

Manning Joseph, Marlborough 

FOSTER F. E. & CO., Riverside avenue, Medford 

WHIPPLE ORRIN (see adv. dept. p. 113), Newton 

MOOERS A. J. (see adv. dept. p. 115), 

Newton Lower Falls, " 
Huntress R. C. Stoneham 

PARKER A. J., Prospect, rear of depot (see adv. 

dept. p. 88), Woburn 

Plaster Dealers. 
WELLINGTON HORATIO & CO. (see adv. 
dept. p. 175), Cragie's Bridge, * 

East Cambridge, Cambridge 

Plaster Manufacturers. 
Wetherbee Daniel, Ellsworth Village, Acton 

PRIEST JOHN W. (see advt. p. 19, front), 

Brighton Corner, Brighton 

Plaster (Medicinal) Manufacturers. 
THE NOVELTY PLASTER WORKS, Elm, near 

Gorham (see adv. dept. p. 47), Lowell 

Plasterers and Whiteners. 
(See also Masons.) 
Buxton John H. Cambridgeport, Cambridge 

GALLAGHER WM. 457 Cambridge (see adv. 

dept. p. 169), Cambridgeport, " 

Norval Charles, 508 Main, " " 

PHILLIPS CYRUS, 61 Franklin (see adv. dept. 

p. 217), Cambridgeport, " 



See the beautiful new styles of cases in GrfiOUGK WOODS CO.'S 
Organs. 



276 MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



Plasterers and Whiteners, — continued. 
BACON HENRY A. basement 109 Cambridge 

(see adv. dept. p. 184), East Cambridge, Cambridge 
BOLTON CHAS. 228 Cambridge (see adv. dept. 

p. 182), East Cambridge, " 

Stevenson Thomas, 139 Spring, " " 

CLEARY & O'BRIEN, 416 Main (see adv. dept. 

p. 207), Charlestown 

PRESCOTT D. M. & CO. 171 Central (see adv 

dept. p. 17), Lowell 

Floyd J. G. & Son, Water, cor. Fountain, Medford 

Northey & Vinal, Medford square, " 

GARDNER N. W., Melrose Highlands (see adv. 

dept. p. 66), Melrose 

Bucknam D. P. Somerville 

Bucknam J. A. " 

Cahill E. " 

O'BRIEN JAMES P. (see adv. dept. p. 101), Waltham 

Plated Wire Goods. 
BOBBINS M. D. 20 Brattle (see adv. dept. p. 

170), Cambridge 

Plumbers. 

(See also Coppersmiths.) 
Bryan J. F. opp. depot, Arlington 

SHATTUCK R. W. & CO., Arlington ave. near 

depot, " 

WHITNEY H. W. & CO. 10 Merchants Row, Ayer 
Bothamly W. B. Waverly, Belmont 

Bates Joseph L, Washington, Brighton 

Adams John P. 13 Harvard Row, Cambridge 

CARR ERWIN S. 914 Main (see adv.dept. p. 154), " 
Estes I. P. 30 Brighton, " 

MOORE CHAS. & CO. 8 Brattle and 2 Palmer 

(see advt. p. 2, front), " 

Bates Edward, 6Q9£ Main, Cambridgeport, Cambridge 
Hawkes Levi & Co. 599£ Main, " " 

Stevens John H. & Co. 627 Main, " " 

DAVLIN J. F. & CO. 190 Cambridge (see adv. 

dept. p. 174), East Cambridge, " 

LONG JOHN J. 71 Cambridge (see adv. dept. p. 

190), East Cambridge, " 

MCCARTHY J. H. & CO. 69 Cambridge (see adv. 

dept. p. 177), East Cambridge, " 

SPROUL JOHN L., Henderson's block (see adv. 

dept. p. 167), North Cambridge, " 

Campbell Alexander, 246 Main, Charlestown 

Campbell A. 22 City sq. " 



All kinds GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES at DODGE'S, 143 Main 
Street, Wobnin. 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 277 

COOPER & BURGESS, 6 Main (see ady dept. p. 

186), Charlestown 

DOWD RICHARD, 537 Main (see adv. dept. p. 

195), " 

GAFFNEY JAMES, 6 Cambridge (see adv. dept. 

p. 196), 
GAFFNEY THOMAS, 24 Chelsea, 
HANDY L S. 10 Cambridge (see adv. dept. p. 

195), 
Hayward L. H. 12 Warren, 
Mayers & Curtis, 167 Bunker Hill, 
Moran James P. 1 Park (see adv. dept. p. 198), 
Titus Frank A. 143 Main (see adv. dept. p. 18), 
Webster G. H. 229^ Bunker Hill, 
Wing Charles H. 75 Austin, 
GOFF GEORGE, junc. Broadway and School (see 

adv. dept. p. 66), Everett 

Blood Charles, Groton 

MAYNARD A. L. (see adv. dept. p. 136), Hudson 

Beck Samuel, 265 and 267 Merrimac, Lowell 

Costello T. & C. 118 Central, " 

Duston Harlow, 4 and 5 Prescott block, " 

Garity & Winegard, 11 Prescott, " 

PIERCE SAMUEL P. 163 Central (see adv. dept. 

P- 58), 
PROCTOR J. W. 78 Dutton (see adv. dept- p. 

29), » 

WHITTEN W. T. 148 and 154 Central (see adv. 

dept. pp. 50 and 51), " 

Wilder H. H. & Co 8 Jackson, " 

Barnes & Cook, opp. B. and M. depot, Maiden 

Finnigan Daniel, " 

POWERS JOHN A., Stanwood block, opp. B. and 

M. depot (see adv. dept. p. 64), " 

Blakeley Marshall, 3 Fairmount block, Marlborough 

Bradley & Brigham, 12 Boyd's block, " 

Small John D. • Medford 

Howe J. C. Melrose 

Currier S. F. Newton 

COUSENS S. & SON (see adv. dept. p. 116), 

Auburndale, " 

Knapp William B. & Co., West Newton, " 

HOLMES CHARLES, junction Washington and 

Milk, Somerville 

Shattuck Nathaniel S., Union square, " 

SULLIVAN CORNELIUS, Union sq. 
THOROGOOD R. F., Broadway, near Mt. Ver- 
non, East Somerville, " 
Theobald J., Main, opp. Hersom, Stoneham 



A. visit to the warerooms and factory of Geo. Woods Co., 6H Afainst. 
Cambridgeport, will amply repay all interested in. music. 



278 MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 

Plumbers — continued. 
Cobb & Pillsbury, Main, cor. Centre, Wakefield 

NETTLES BROTHERS, Mechanic, near Main 

(see adv. clept. p. 74), " 

Hall C. jr., Crescent, cor. Moody, Waltham 

Knapp W. B. 288 Main, " 

PATCH G. F., Moody, cor. Gordon, « 

BOWEN GEO. S., Church, near depot (see adv. 

dept. p. 99), Watertown 

BUEL JAMES & CO. 129 Main (see adv. dept. 

p. 94), Woburn 

CULBERT F. J., Main, cor. Union (see adv. dept. 

p. 82), 
KINNEY T. J. 106 Main (see adv. dept. p. 85), " 
SULLIVAN THOS. V. (see adv. dept. p. 94), ' " 

Plumbers' Material, 
SHATTUCK R. W. & CO., Arlington ave. near 

depot (see adv dept. p. 79), Arlington 

MOORE CHARLES & CO. 8 Brattle and 2 Pal- 
mer (see advt. p. 2, front), Cambridge 
Wilder H. H. & Co. 8 Jackson, Lowell 
CULBERT F. J., Main, cor. Union (see adv. dept. 

p. 82), Woburn 

Plumbers' Tubing. 
AMERICAN TUBE WORKS (see advt. p. 26, 

front) , Somerville 

Porcelain Glass Manufacturer. 
MCCARTHY JOSEPH (see advt. onopp. page), Woburn 

Post-Offices and Postmasters. 

{In Miscellaneous Department. See Index.) 

Potteries. 
Hews A. H. & Co., Crescent ave. cor. Raymond 

(see adv. dept. p. 172), North Cambridge, Cambridge 
Powers & Edmunds, 455 Medford, Charlestown 

Runey , East Somerville, Somerville 

Poultry Dealers. 
BENNETT F. R., (fancy fowls) (see adv. dept. p. 

135), Hudson 

Brigham Freeman, Grove, cor. Winter, " 

Power Loom Harness Manufacturer. 
STEVENS SOLON, Fletcher, cor. Western ave. 

(see adv. dept. p. 52), Lowell 

Print Roll and Block Maker. 
Pettingell John, Mechanics' Mills, Lowell 



UEE1> «fc BARTON'S Plated Ware, at DOODGE'S, 142 Main Street, 
Woburn. 



Joseph McCarthy, 

MANUFACTURER OP 

Glass and Glassware 

OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. 

PORCELAIN GLASS FOR PICTURES, 

AND 

Curriers' Machine Glasses of 
every kind and variety. 

ALSO, 

IMITATION STONES, 

Of all kinds, for Jewelers, and every imaginable variety 

of Glass Goods for the use of Artists, Jewelers* 

and the Trade generally. 

ALSO, MANUFACTURER OF THE 

PATENT CLASS TENSION 

For dewing Machines. 



Mr. McCarthy's long experience in the manufacture of this line of goods, and his 
present extensive facilities for doing business, enables him to guarantee sati^factipn, 
and to fill all orders, large or small, by mail or express, -with promptness and des- 
patch. Post Office Address, 

JOSEPH MCCARTHY, Woburn, Mass. 

P. O. BOX 160. 



HAMBLEN & MATHEWS, 

CHAS. T. HAMBLEX VVM. J. MATHEWS. 

82 & 84 NORTH STREET, 
BOSTON, MASS. 

WHOLESALE DEALERS IN 

Plumbers' Materials, 

We have constantly on hand a large and complete stock of the above materials, such as 

Copper Bath Boilers, Copper Bath. Tubs, Water Closets, 
Sinks, Urinals, Hoppers, Wash and Closet Basins, 
Iron Soil, Waste and Drain Pipe (all sizes aud Fit- 
tings for do.) ; Traps ; Brass, Copper and Iron 
Lift, Force and Well Pumps ; Bibbs, 
Cocks and Stops for Lead, Iron, 
and Brass Pipe, Silver and 
Nickel Plated Cocks, 
Plugs, etc. 

RUBBER HOSE, HOSE PIPE, 

COUPLINGS AND SPRINKLERS, 

And every variety of Goods called for by the Trade. 

We would call especial attention to the New Patent Metal Batli Tub, 

superior to Light Copper, and at a much less price. We have them always in stock, 
in same sizes as copper. 

We solicit the Trade throughout the county to call upon us or send us their or- 
ders, assuring them of the best quality of goods at the lowest prices. 

HAMBLEN & MATHEWS, 

82 & 84 ftorth Street, - - - Boston, Mass. 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 279 

Print Works. 

{See also Cotton Goods Manufacturers.) 
Locke Wm. H. Arlington 

Dwigbt Print Co. Ashland 

Lexington Print Works, Barr & King, Burlington 

Merrimac Print Works, Lowell 

Mystic Print Works, Medford 

Mystic Print Works, East Medford, " 

Printers, Book and Job. 
Mayhew G. P. Ashland 

Turner John H., Merchants row, Ayer 

Ford John & Son, Harvard sq., Cambridge 

Welch, Bigelow & Co., Brattle sq. " 

Wilson John & Son, 15 Holyoke, " 

Cox James, 531 Main, Cambridgeport, " 

Fisher George, " " 

HOUGHTON H. O. & CO. " " 

LOMBARD H. E. & CO. (job), 642 Main (see 

adv. dept. p. 163), Cambridgeport, " 

LENFEST SOLOMON, 68 Cambridge (see adv. 

dept. p. 180), East Cambridge, Cambridge 

DeCosta Wm. H. 11 City sq. Charlestown 

Hutchins W. H. 30 Main, " 

Rand Caleb, 5 Main, " 

Tolman Benjamin, Concord 

Morgan B. F. Everett 

CLARK J. C. & CO. (job), 

South Framingham, Framingham 
Pratt & Wood, " " 

Clark J. C. & Co. Holliston 

Ryder D. B. Hopkinton 

WOODS & RAWSON (job) (see adv. dept. p. 

136), Hudson 

BENNETT JOHN A. 6 Merrimac, Lowell 

BROWN & CHASE, 9 Savings Bank building 

(see adv. dept. p. 13), " 

COGGESHALL & SON (job and card), 40 Merri- 
mac (see advt. back colored), " 
Khapp & Morey, 44 Central, " 
Marclen & Rowell, Museum building, " 
PenhallowB. H. (job), 28 Merrimac, " 
Stone & Huse, 21 Central, " 
Gray & Metcalf, Bailey's building, Maiden 
Simonds G. L., Bailey's building, " 
Stiles Frank J. (job), Bailey's building, " 
Journal Publishing Co. Marlborough 
PRATT BROTHERS (job), " 
Osborn D. C. Maynard 



Geo. Woods Co.'s Parlor and Vestry Organs are not equalled for 
purity and brilliancy of tone. 



280 MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 

Printers, Book and Job, — continued. 
MORSE A. B., Chronicle office, Medford sq. Medford 
PARKER GEORGE J., Main, cor. Essex (see 

adv. dept. p. 67), Melrose 

Best W. S., Main st. Natick 

Hemenway W. W. 8 Union block, " 

Stimson H. M. . Newton 

Gray & Metcalf, Stoneham 

WHITTIER E. T., Central sq. (see adv. dept. p. 

73), 
CITIZEN NEWSPAPER CO., C. F. Richardson, 

agent, Main, cor. Albion, Wakefield 

Twombly W. H. " 

HASTINGS JOSIAH, 260 Main, Waltham 

PHINNEY GEORGE, Townsend's block, " 

McLaughlin Charles, Watertown 

ALLEN MARK, 121 Main (see adv. dept. p. 84), 

Woburn 
PARKER J. L. (job), 204 Main (see adv. dept. 

p. 90), 

Produce Dealers. 

(See also Country Stores; also Flour and Grain.) 
PARKER BROTHERS, Arlington ave. (see adv. 

dept. p. 80), Arlington 

CLOYES P. B. 5 Brattle, Cambridge 

CANTERBURY G. W. 33 River (see adv. dept. 

p. 151), Cainbridgeport, " 

Dudlev Charles F. 186 Cambridge, East Cambridge, " 
HART WELL C. H. 3 26 Cambridge, 
HAUGHEY M. E. 109 Fourth (see adv. dept. p. 

182), East Cambridge, " 

PLUMMER WARREN, 110 Cambridge, " " 

WEITZE ROBERT, Thorndike cor. Eighth (see 

adv. dept. p. 178), East Cambridge, " 

SLEEPER J. F. North Chelmsford, Chelmsford 

Chase H. W., Houghton's block, Hudson 

Austin Azro, 13 Grand, Lowell 

Bean C. S. 76 Dutton, " 

Burtt Frank, 23 East Merrimac, " 

Buttrick & Co. 20 Market, " 

Calderwood & Garvie, 1\ Merrimac, " 

COCHRANE GEO. W., Broadway, cor. School, " 
COURTNEY P. & J. 104 Suffolk (see adv. dept. 

P. 1), 

Dexter S. K., Stott's building, " 

Emerson & Kittredge, 29 Middlesex, " 

Freeman & Bailey, 23 Franklin square, " 

Hall & Smith, 3 Gorham, " 



ROGERS' PLATED WARE, AT DODGE'S, 143 MAIN STREET, 

WOBURN. 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 281 

HEBERT BROTHERS, 190 Middlesex (see adv. 

dept. p. 54), Lowell 

Jenness H. S. 273 Merrimac, " 

LITCHFIELD & CO., Dutton st. (see adv. dept. 

p. 30), 
McQUIRK P., Suffolk, cor. Broadway, « 

Nichols G. N. & E. 77 Market, " 

NORTON & TROUDEAU, 214 Middlesex (see 

adv. dept. p. 39), " 

Page, Kidder & Co., Fletcher, cor. Dutton, " 

Parker Artemas, 45 Middlesex, " 

Peabody & Richardson, " 

Pike & Son, Liberty square, " 

VILES ALBERT, West Sixth, cor. Coburn (see 

adv. dept. p. 31), " 

Waite A. L. & Co., Dutton, opp. Mechanics Mills, " 
Whithed & Shorey, 60 and 64 Middlesex, " 

WRIGHT A. C. & CO. 14 Market, " 

Yates & Haynes, 204 Merrimac, " 

ADAMS & DOWNS, Abbott's block, Pleasant 

street (see adv. dept. p. 61), Maiden 

BRUCE C. " 

AVERY & BEAN, Main st. (see adv. dept. p. 69), 

Medford 
CARPENTER BROTHERS, Milk, cor. Laurel, 

Somerville 
WADE JOHN F., Washington, cor. Medford, " 

Gordon H. W. Stoneham 

KITTREDGE & TWEED, 78 Main, " 

FISKE & MARSHALL, Washington, cor. Rock- 
land (see adv. dept p. Ill), Waltham 
HORNE WENDELL, Main, opp. Post-office (see 

adv. dept. p. 97), Watertown 

Provision Dealers. 
{See also Butchers; also Grocers.) 

Locke Henry, Arlington 

PARKER BROTHERS, Arlington ave. (see adv. 

dept. p. 80), " 
Upham Ezra O. " 
Upham Bros. " 
Eames A. W. Ashland 
Ward N. " 
FELCH A. L. & E. A. Ayer 
GRAVES B. H. (see adv. dept. p. 141), 
Mclnerny John C. " 
WHITMAN A. (see adv. dept. p. 143), " 
FISKE & MARSHALL, Washington, cor. Rock- 
land (see adv. dept. p. Ill), Brighton 



George Woods Co. 's Combination Solo Stops are remarkable for the 
beauty and variety of tlie musical effects of which they are capab le. 



282 MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



Provision Dealers, — continued, 
Harding F., opp. Cattle Fair Hotel, Brighton 

Wales T. F., Allston, " 

Bean Brothers, 402 Harvard, Cambridge 

Brewer David, 9 Brattle, " 

Brewer Thomas H., Harvard sq. " 

Rhoades S. 17 Brattle, " 

Boyson George, 4(fe Main, Cambridgeport, " 

Browne Benj. A. 290 Broadway, " " 

Burgess William, 531 Main, " " 

Burnham E. K. 471 Main, " " 

Callaghan & Fassett, 408 Cambridge, " " 
CANTERBURY G. W. 33 River (see adv. dept. 

p. 151), Cambridgeport, " 

Chandler E. M. 69 Norfolk, " " 

Doane & Lyford, 419 Main, " " 

Fly J. E. 123 Harvard, " " 

Freethy J. B., Atwood's Corner, " " 

Fuller & Hawes, 515 Main, " " 

Griffin Dennis J. " " 

Lawrence F. M., Haymarket sq. " 

Mallows James Mrs. 534 Main, " " 

Moore Brothers, 432 Cambridge, " " 

Munroe Charles H. 565 Main, " " 

Nay & Dodge, 655 Main, " " 

Osgood Charles, 157 Harvard, " " 

Reynolds W. H. 154 Harvard, " " 

Ward Samuel & Sons, 646 Main, " " 

Weltch H. T., River, junc. Pleasant, " " 
BOWERS WM., Cambridge, cor. Sixth, 

East Cambridge, " 

Devine Francis, 240 Cambridge, " " 

DolloffB. W. 14 Gore, " 

Dudley Charles F. 186 Cambridge, « " 

Elwell James, 6 Gore, « " 

Fitzpatrick James, 2 Gore, " " 

HARTWELL C. H. 1 26 Cambridge, " " 
HAUGHEY M. E. 109 Fourth (see adv. dept. p. 

182), East Cambridge, " 

Hubbard William, 70 Cambridge, " " 

Kelleher B., Otis, cor. Seventh, " " 

Long M. 49 Gore, " " 

Mclaughlin t. f. 16 vine, « « 

PLUMMER WARREN, 110 Cambridge, 

East Cambridge, " 

QUINN P. 27 Charles, " " 

Squire J. P. & Co. " " 

WE1TZE ROBERT, Thorndike ,cor. Eighth (see 

adv. dept. p. 178), East Cambridge, " 



The best place to buy your Watclies and Jewelry is at Dodge's, 14» 
Main Street, Woburn, 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 


283 


Gerry F. A. North Cambridge 


, Cambridge 


BOWKER SARAH, 43 Henley, 


Charlestown 


Brooks Brothers, 27 Bunker Hill, 


" 


BURGESS E. B. 259 Bunker Hill, 


u 


COFFEY P. F. 392 Bunker Hill, 


" 


Co-operative Store, Geo. H. Spaulding, agt. 


" 


Cowles W. A. & A. S. 591 Main, 


(( 


Dunn V. N. 540 Main, 


(4 


Ellis John C. 2 Harvard, 


" 


Farrington G. M. 139 Main, 


"■ 


Fillebrown S.L. 189 Bunker, 


U 


FLANDERS CYRUS, 32 Park, 


a 


Frost Samuel, 339 Main, 


u 


Fults George H. 377 Main, 


(( 


Ginn James F. 156 Bunker Hill, 


M 


Gray & Higgins, 470 Main, 


(( 


Hale Alfred H. 235 Main, 


It 


Hartford B. B. 270 Main, 


IC 


Higgins Solomon, 414 Main, 


u 


Hobbs J. W. 83 Chelsea, 


" 


Holmes F. W. 15 Elm, 


(( 


HOOPER C. A. 334 and 336 Main, 


u 


Malley T. 523 Medford, 


If 


Monroe George S. 105 Main, 


" 


Nason Hiram I. 27 Bartlett, 


(( 


PARKER J. A. 52 and 56 Bunker Hill, 


" 


Parker & Co. 15 Main, 


" 


Parker & Reed, Perkins, cor. Haverhill, 


t< 


Peaslee & King, 624 Main, 


" 


POOR & ROBBINS, 223 Main, 


u 


Porter James F. 660 Main, 


" 


PRIOR PATRICK, 18 Medford (see advt. 


p. 22, 


front), 


" 


STEVENS H. P. 66 Chelsea, 


" 


Sullivan F. 484 Main, 


u 


Thomas Hiram, 76 Austin, 


(( 


Titus A. W. 5 Perkins, 


" 


Tuesley S. B. 127 Main, 


" 


WEBBER & MATHES, 183 Bunker Hill 


(see 


adv. dept. p. 199), 


" 


Wiley J. L. 62 Bartlett, 


" 


Derby & Smith, 


Concord 


Leland Augustus, Masonic building, 


Everett 


Whittier George, 


u 


ROBINSON T. M. South Framing 


mm, " 


STILES & REED, 


Framingham 


Hardy Wm. H. Saxonville, " 


Ward & Ryan, " 


a 


Stone H. L. 


Groton 



The cases of Geo. Woods Co.'s Organ* are of the most beautiful and 
graceful designs. 



284 MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



Provision Dealers, — continued. 

Bridges Benjamin A. Holliston 

CARR SAMUEL E. 2 Pond's block (see adv. dept. 

p. 188), 

Hoffman I. W. " 

Coburn W. B. Hopkinton 
Gerry G. W. 

Joslin G. M. " 

BARRETT F. J. (see adv. dept. p. 130), Hudson 

Chase H. W. - " 

Co-operative Association, Chas. L. Woodbury, agt. " 

Smith & Pollard, " 

Stratton & Robinson, " 

Hodgman J. E. Lexington 

Adams Smith, 2 Walker, Lowell 
ANSART JAMES M., Broadway, cor. Mt. Vernon 

(see adv. dept. p. 53), " 

Bailey Fred C. 71 East Merrimac, " 
BELLAMY MATTHEW, Chelmsford st. 

Billings & Giles, " 
BLOOD CYRUS, Liberty sq. (see adv. dept. p. 31), " 

Brady John, River, cor. Front, Centralville, " 

BRADY PATRICK F. 167 Gorham (see adv. dept. 

p. 53), 

BROPHY JAMES, Market, cor. Dummer (see 

adv. dept. p. 22), " 

Bryant Daniel, 110 Middlesex, " 

Burtt J. A. 31 Middlesex, " 

Callahan Charles, 42 and 44 River, " 

Carroll John, 9 River, " 

Chase Ira M. 253 Merrimac, " 

Clay J. H. 206 Merrimac, " 

Clements E. A. & Co. 243 Merrimac, " 
COFFEY BROTHERS, 92 Suffolk (see adv. dept. 

P- 52), 

Corbett Michael, 65 Gorham, " 

Courtney Wm. 50 River, " 

Cusack John, 334 Central, " 

Donovan Brothers, 4 Dummer, " 

Downing Wm. F. 98 Middlesex, " 

EACOTT MATTHEW, foot of Bridge (see adv. 

dept. p. 212), Centralville, " 
EATON WORCESTER, 364 Merrimac, 

Felch Stephen A. 288 Middlesex, " 

Fosdick L. D. 294 Central, " 
GAUDETTE C. 212 Middlesex (see adv. dept. p. 59)," 

Giblin Martin, 61 Market, " 

GRADY P. 148 Market, " 

Gray Daniel S. 205 Central, " 



When you are in Woburn, call ia at Dodge's and take a look at his 
Stock of Watches, Silver Ware, «fcc, 143 Main Street. 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 285 

Grimes Andrew, 122 Market, Lowell 

Hall & Smith, 3 Gorham, " 

Hogan John, 13 Davidson, " 

Hunt & Wilder (wholesale), 94 and 96 Market, " 

Jandrin Joseph A. & Co., Bridge, cor. River, " 

Jenness H. S. & Co. 273 Merrimac, " 

Kelley Brothers, 63 Gorham, " 

Keyes Henry F. 66 Market, " 

Kidder & Hosmer, 196 Merrimac, " 

Killeen P. 1 Water, « 

KNOWLES THOMAS, 159 Lawrence (see adv. 

dept. p. 54), " 

Larrabee John H. 90 Middlesex, " 

Laughton Abel A. 109 East Merrimac, " 

Lovejoy Edwin, 45 East Merrimac, " 

McAloon William, 69 Gorham, " 

McCoy & Farrington, Adams, cor. Fletcher, " 

McKearney Patrick, 96 Charles, " 

McVey John, William st. " 

Miles Alexander, 25 Fayette, " 
MORSE B. H., GRAVES & CO. 335 Merrimac (see 

adv. dept. p. 44), " 

Nolan John, Whipple st. " 

NORTON & TROUDEAU, 214 Middlesex (see 

adv. dept. p. 39), " 

O'CONNOR & FLYNN, 81 Gorham, « 
O'NEILL & LYNCH, 71 Market (see adv. dept. 

p. 54), 

O'Rourke Patrick, 191 Market, " 

O'Toole P. 241 Gorham, " 

PUFFER STEPHEN B. 12 Market (see adv. dept. 

p. 41), 

Rice E. C. 131 Central, " 

Rice H. M. & J. & Co. 4 East Merrimac, " 

Richardson D. H. 72 Dutton, " 

RICHARDSON BROS. 179 Middlesex (see adv. 

dept. p. 28), " 

Rourk Michael, 26 Market, " 

Sargent Joseph L. 4 Merrimac, " 
SAUNDERS & JAQUES, 193 Central, 
SAWTELL S. L. 68 Dutton, 
SENTRY JAMES, 68 Suffolk, 

SHELDON A. W. 2 Cabot (see adv. dept. p. 21), " 

Stiles & Shedd, 157 Middlesex, « 

Sullivan Timothy, Lawrence, " 

Summersides J. C. 1 Liberty sq. " 
WARREN, RANLETT & PLAISTED, 72 Dutton, " 

WELCH JOHN W., Market, cor. Hanover, " 

Wilder Elias F. 66 Middlesex, " 



Geo. Woods Co.'s Organs are constructed in the most thorough and 
perfect manner. 



236 MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 

Provision Dealers, — continued. 
Wing True, 13 John, Lowell 

WRIGHT A. F. & CO. 195 Middlesex (see adv. 

dept. p. 39), " 
ADAMS & DOWNS, Abbott's block, Pleasant st. 

(see adv. dept. p. 61), Maiden 

Banks Edmund, Central sq. " 

BRUCE C. " 
Fessenden Charles A. 

Keay L. M., Central sq. " 

Kimball James B. " 

Park J. H., Pleasant, cor. Summer, " 
Adams George H. Marlborough 

Arnold Bros., Perry's block, " 

Brigham W. P. " 

Curtis F. C. & H. G., Town Hall building, " 

Dad man Marshall, " 
GANVIER FRANK, 

Lattinville Sons, " 
Looby P. 

Riley F. W. " 
AVERY & BEAN, Main st. (see adv. dept. p. 69), 

Medford 

James & Crowley, " 

People's Market, " 

Randall Geo. H. " 

Spalding A. J., Medford sq. " 

Wyman Wm. " 
Biigbee & Barrett, Unity Hall, Melrose 

Stevens & Atwood, " 

Worthing John A. " 

Colburn H. P. (wholesale), Natick 

Leighton W. A. 3 Summer, " 

Natick Protective Union, " 

Parker S. N. " 

Walcott & Shattuck, " 

Felch C. H. Felchville, " 

Hathaway G. C. " " 
Brackett W. H. Newton 

Palmer & Johnson, " 
Parks W. H. jr. 

Sherman & Co. Newton Centre, " 

Fisher Edward, West Newton, " 
Trowbridge W. H., Waltham, cor. Washington, 

West Newton, " 

Parker D. S. Newtonville, " 
PLUTA V. A. (see adv. dept. p. 115), 

Auburndale, " 

Jennings J. H. Lower Falls, " 



Frank: J*. Dodjje, 143 Alain Street, Woburu, will All order* for Goods, 
at Manufacturers' Prices. Give him a call. 





MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 


287 


Adams B. F., opp. depot, 


Reading 


Harnden & Tweed, 


(C 


Trow & Co., Pleasant, near Main, 


cc 


Bullard C. H., Milk, cor. Park, 


Somerville 


CARPENTER BROTHERS, Milk, cor. Laurel, 


Hanson B, A. T. & Co., Milk, eor. Laurel, 


(t 


Johnson C. T., Winter Hill, 


(C 


North Charles H. & Co. . 


(( 


O'NEIL CHARLES, Milk, near Medford 


^see 


advt. front colored), 


.cc 


Peaslee & King, Cross, cor. Medford, 


cc 


Smith Charles M., Union sq. 


cc 


Squire John P. & Co. 


cc 


Sturtevant Brothers, Masonic block, 


" 


WADE JOHN F , Washington, cor. Medford 


j 


Benson & Sherman, East Somerville, 


c 

J 


Buttrick John F. 12 Crane's block, " 


(( 


HAM A. J., Broadway, near Mt. Vernon, 




East Somerville, 


CC 


Roberts Brothers, Perkins, cor. Franklin, 




East Somerville, 


(i 


Pratt Zenas, Broadway, cor. Walnut, 




North Somerville, 


t( 


Andrews & Co., Main, cor. Franklin, 


Stoneham 


Blanchard K. H. 72 Main, 


it 


Fisk James 0. 64 Main, 


« 


KITTREDGE & TWEED, 78 Main, 


<( 


Dedman Win. D., Post-office building, j 


Wakefield 


Edmands A. J., Main, opp. Avon, 


cc 


Jenkins J. W., near railroad depot, 


cc 


Cutter J. D. 351 Main, 


Waltham 


DUDLEY G. A., Exchange Hall, 


. « 


Faden A. M. 379 Main, 


CC 


Hight C. 


(t 


McCarthy D. jr. 


(( 


Taylor P. W., Lexington, cor. Main, 


CC 


Warren W. F. 10 Church, 


(C 


Webb A. M., Moody, cor. Spruce, 


cc 


Wellington James, 4 Eagle block, 


cc 


West J. W., Moody, cor. Crescent, 


cc 


Bond D. & Son, 


Watertown 


HORNE WENDALL, Main, opp. Post-office 


(see 


adv. dept. p. 97), 


cc 


Mason H. P., Galen, cor. Main, 


cc 


Peckham & Wright, Pleasant, cor. Bridge, 


cc 


Bulfinch Henry, 222 Main, 


Woburn 


Ferrin Brothers, 232 Main, 


cc 


Hartwell F. A. 163 Main, 


cc 


McDonald James, 234 Main, 


cc 





Hear the ''Vox Humana" Stop in Geo. Wood* Co.'s Organs; it is 
baritone solo stop, not a inere fan or tremolo. 



288 MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 

Provision Dealers, — continued. 

Reynolds J. A. 206 Main, Woburn 
Soles E. O., Main, cor. Railroad, " 

Wyer B. F. 151 Main, " 

Wyman & Bennett, 145 Main, " 

Publishers. 

(See also Booksellers.) 
Welch, Bigelow & Co., Brattle square, Cambridge 

Sever, Francis & Co. " 

Cambridgeport Diary Co., Edwin Dresser, pres., 

Cambridgeport, " 

HOUGHTON H. O. & CO. 

Pulpit Manufacturers. 
WENTWORTH THOS. B., Osborn's Mill (see 

adv. dept. p. 210), Cambridgeport, Cambridge 

PAYSON & CUTLER (see adv. dept. p. 189), Holliston 

Pumps. 
BOYNTON J. & J. F. (see adv. dept. p. 141), Ayer 
PROCTOR J. W. 78 Dutton (see adv. dept. p. 

29), Lowell 

Pump Manufacturers. 
Ingalls John D. 187 Harvard, Cambridgeport, Cambridge 
Walworth Manuf. Co. 368 Main, " " 

Lamkin R. Concord 

WILDER S. & CO. (copper) (see adv. dept. p. 

189), Holliston 

Taber A. S. (wooden), " 

BRAGDON GEORGE (see adv. dept. p. 128), Hudson 
BLAKESLEE GEORGE C. 42 Davidson (see 

adv. dept. p. 52), Lowell 

Colby & Son, 25 Howe, " 

GRIFFIN J. E. 1 Howe (see adv. dept. p. 38), " 

Walker W. A. Marlborough 

French & Dakin, Natick 

Kingman Caleb (wooden), Washington, near 

Union sq. Somerville 

Folsom B. F. & Co. Stow 

JENKINS NATHANIEL, Union, near Main (see 

adv. dept. p. 95), Woburn 

Pump and Block Maker. 
Aymar Francis, 59 Chelsea, Charlestown 

Quarriers. 
(See also Granite Quarriers.) 
LOWELL GRANITE WORKS, School, head of 

Water (see adv. dept. p. 32), Lowell 



Buy your Goods at Home, Save time and Money by calling at Dodge' 
142 Mnin 4 Street, Woburn. 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



FLETCHER SAMUEL (see adv. dept. p. 144), 

Graniteville, Westford 
PALMER BEN J. (see adv. dept. p. 144), 

Graniteville, " 

REED DAVID (see adv. dept. p. 145), " " 

REED WM. (see adv. dept. p. 145), " " 

WRIGHT JEPTHA (see adv. dept. p. 146), 

Graniteville, " 

Rag Cutters and Trimming Knives. 
Lovejoy Daniel & Son, Rock, cor. Cushing, Lowell 

Rattan Workers. 
Packard & Burrill, East Cambridge, Cambridge 

Boston Rattan Works, Cyrus Wakefield, Wakefield 

Razor Strop Makers. 

Badger Benjamin F. ol Elm, Charlestown 

Emerson Charles, 46 Park, " 

Atwell J. & W. H. Wakefield 

Real Estate Agents. 
(See also Brokers.) 
PARKER GEO. L. & CO. (see adv. dept. p. 

118), South Acton, Acton 
Shattuck Isaac, Arlington 

HAYWARD E. H. 7 Page's block, Ayer 

Lawton Abel L. & Co. « 
SHERWIN L. & CO. 1 Page's block (see adv. 

dept. p, 140), " 
Bird H. 433 Main, Cambridgeport, Cambridge 

Buckley D. A. 547 Main, " » 

Burkett & Wing, 564 Main, " « 

Burnham E. 603 Main, " « 

Cahill John, Masonic block, " " 
DICKSON WILLIAM, 347 Cambridge, (see adv. 

dept. p. 158), Cambridgeport, " 

Hannum L. M. 517 Main, " " 

Pray Orrin B. & Co. 555 Main, " " 

Taylor Ira, 573 Main, " " 
WEBBER J. H. 608 Main, » 

Coveney J. W. 97 Cambridge, East Cambridge, " 
Bradford Duncan, 5 Main, Charlestown 

COOPER & KELSO, 154 Main, « 

DeCosta & Sawyer, 9 City sq. « 

Follett Luther, 172 J Main, " 

Hart Joseph S. " 

Mason George F. 277 Main, " 

Pollard Luther, 278 Main, " 

Raymond O. F. 172 Main, " 



Hear the '• Aeoiine" Stop in Geo. Woods Co.'s Orgam. It is a 
beautiful soft or breathing-stop. 



290 MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 

Real Estate Agents^ — continued. 
SAVAGE W. F. 130 Main (see adv. dept. p. 186), 

Charlestown 
Shedd A. B. 25 City square, " 

Smith & Belknap, 1 Perkins, " 

Winnett J. & Co. 456 Main, " - 

WOLSTON J. R. 1 Chelsea, 

Bullard Elias, Holliston 

Rawson & Wood, Hudson 

CARLL FRANCIS, Westford, cor. Walker (see 

adv. dept. p. 37), Lowell 

COLBURN C. C, Museum block (see adv. dept. 

p. 44), 
Dearborn H. H. & Co. 28 Central, " 

Elliot Thomas H. 28 Central, " 

Goward Francis, " 

Goward Z. " 

MORGAN E. 314 Merrimac, " 

PALMER J. M. 112 Merrimac (see adv. dept. p. 9), " 
PATCH E. B. 1 and 2 Commercial sq. (see adv. 

dept. p. 48), " 

RICHARDSON A. B. 57 Central, 
Wheelock A. C. 224 Central, " 

Williams H. L. 56 Central, " 

Bailey George T. Maiden 

MAYO H. L. (see adv. dept. p. 216), Maplewood, " 
FIFIELD W. W., Railroad building, Main st. (see 

adv. dept. p. 70), Medford 

Shattuck John N. Natick 

Barnes F. G. Newton 

Farnsworth E. S. & Co. Newtonville, " 

Towne Wm. J. " " 

Bond Edward P. West Newton, " 

Ruggles E. & Co., Main, cor. Haven, Reading 

Conant G. F., Union square, Somerville 

Con well R. H. & Co. 10 Union sq. " 

Pierce W. H., Union sq. " 

CHANDLER B. E., Broadway, near Mt. Vernon, 

East Somerville, " 
MARVIN S. R. 5 Crane's block, Washington st. 

(see adv. dept. p. 72), East Somerville, " 

Porter & Daniels, Perkins, cor. Lincoln, " " 

Aborn George W. Wakefield 

Hartshorn C. F. " 

MANSFIELD J. D., Main, cor. Albion. " 

REAL ESTATE AND BUILDING ASSOCIA- 
TION, 
Johnson B. B. Waltham 

Smith S. W. 262 Main, " 



Silver Ware and Jewelry manufactured to order, at Dodge's, 143 
Main Street. Woburn. 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 291 

Whitney Hiram, opp. horse-car station, Watertown 

Pickering K. C. 5 Wade block, Woburn 

Thompson S. F. 205 Main, " 

Reed and Harness Manufacturers. 
BROWN DARIUS C. 87 Church, Lowell 

Cleworth Wm. & Son, 84 Middle, " 

Harris George W., Harris' Mills, " 

STEVENS SOLON, Fletcher, cor. Western ave. 

(see adv. dept. p. 52), " 

Refrigerator Manufacturers. 
ARTHUR BROTHERS (see adv. dept. p. 156), 

Cambridgeport, Cambridge 
Harnden Sylvester & Son, Reading 

Regalia. 

AMBROSE ADAM (see adv. dept. p. 48), Lowell 
Raynes Joseph & Co. 43 Central, " 

Sanborn Amos & Co. (masonic), 25 Central, " 

Restaurants. 

(See Eating Houses.) 

Ridge's Patent Pood. 

WOOLRICH & CO. (Ridge's patent food and 
Woolrich's Arabian spice) (see advt. over 
Calendar), Maiden 

Riding Park. 
Mystic Riding Park, Lon Morris, Medford 

Roll Coverers. 

Kimball Moses E. 92 Market, Lowell 

WILBY WM. & CO. 90 Market (see adv. dept. 
p. 186), 

Rolling Mills. 
Boston Rolling Mill, Cambridgeport, Cambridge 

Barden Frederick, Upper Falls, Newton 

Roofing. 

(-See also Slaters.) 

BOYNTON J. & J. F. (tin) (see adv. dept. p. 

141), Ayer 

WHITNEY H. W. & CO. (tin), » 
CARR ERWIN S. (tin, slate and copper), 918 

Main. (see adv. dept. p. 154), Cambridge 

Estes I. P. 30 Brighton, " 

Hilton J. M. 446 Harvard, " 



Hear the " Piano " Stop in Geo. Woods Co.'s Organs. It is a piano of 
exquisite quality of tone which will never require tuning. 



292 MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



Roofing — continued. 
BLEVINS JOSEPH J. 622 Main (see adv. dept. 

p. 158), Cambridgeport, Cambridge 

Fuller James H. 605 Main, " " 

Nudd Jacob, 164 River, " " 

Sawyer J. S. 603 Main, 

Webster W. F. 289 Main, " " 

Young David, North Cambridge, " 

Howard Charles, 130 Main, Charlestown 

O'Brien Dennis, 147 Medford, " 

Plead well John, " 

West Charles, 16 Winthrop, " 

GOFF GEORGE, junc. Broadway and School (see 

adv. dept. p 66), Everett 

FITTS & TURNER (tin) (see adv. dept. p. 189), 

Holliston 
Rawson I. G. " 

MAYNARD A. L. (gravel and tin) (see adv. dept. 

p. 136), Hudson 

BENNETT J. W. 240 Middlesex (see adv. dept. 

p. 35), Lowell 

Bick Samuel, 265 and 267 Merrimac, 
Carroll E. M. & Co. 6 Bridge, " 

Costcllo P. & C. 118 Central, " 

Duston Harlow, 4 and 5 Prescott block, " 

GOULDING ROBERT (tin and slate), 56 Dutton, " 
Kittridge J. 50 Elm, " 

Mack S. G. & Co. 123 and 125 Market, " 

Nash J. W. & Co. 126 Central, " 

PLAISTED & PRATT (tin), 200 Dutton (see 

adv. dept p. 29), " 

Waugh Wm. (slate), 10 Broadway, " 

WEAVER S. H. 196 Middlesex (see adv. dept. 

P- 3), 
WHITTEN W. T. 148 and 154 Centre (see adv. 

dept. pp. 50 and 51), " 

Wier N. J. & Co. 3 and 5 Prescott, " 

Howe Timothy, Pleasant, near Central sq. Maiden 

Leavitt W. P, Newton 

Phillips Charles F. West Newton, " 

Small C. E. 

BROWNELL BROTHERS, Milk, cor. Dane, Somerville 
HOLMES CHARLES (tin), junc. Washington and 

Milk,' " 

MYERS GEORGE (tin) , 9 Union sq. (see adv. 

dept. p. 72), 
Earley Edward (tin and slate), Broadway, near 

Lincoln, East Somerville, " 

Stiles W. L. (tin), Post-office building, Watertown 



Frank B. Dodge, Watches, Jewelry, Silver Ware, Sewing Machines, 
Musical Instruments, Fancy Oioods, &c, 143 Main Street, Woburn. 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 293 

Rope Manufacturers. 
Dole Patrick J. Arlington 

CO WEN DENNIS, Montgomery, near Spruce 

(see adv. dept. p. 165), North Cambridge, Cambridge 
Galletly James, East Somerville, Somerville 

Roper Elizabeth Mrs. North Somerville, " 

MARLOW T. & D. (see adv. dept. p. 89), 

East "Woburn, Woburn 
MARLOW WM. (see adv. dept. p. 96), " " 

Rubber Goods Manufacturers. 
Davidson Rubber Co., H. D. & R. Lockwood, 

Charlestown Neck, \ Charlestown 

Boston Rubber Shoe Co. Maiden 

Boston Diatite Co. Newtonville, Newton 

Haywardville Rubber Co. Stoneham 

Rubber Stamps. 

Wheeler & Co. 36 Central, Lowell 

Rubber Stereotypers. 
Wheeler & Co. 36 Central, Lowell 

Safes. 
Shattuck Horace B. 34 Central and 14 Prescott, Lowell 

Safety Valve Manufacturers. 
Ashton Lock Safety Valve Co. Charlestown 

Saloons. 

(See also Eating-Houses.) 
Marshall Frank, South Acton, Acton 

McClure S. W. Ashland 

Twitchell G. B. " 

Drake W. D., Merchants' row, Ayer 

Punaro N. " 

KELLY JOHN H., Brighton Corner (see adv. 

dept. p. Ill), Brighton 

Lee John, Brighton Corner, " 

LEE JOHN H., Washington st. (see adv. dept. p. 

105), 
Nickle Adam, Brighton Corner, " 

Woods John, " 

Belcher C. F. 12 Harvard sq. Cambridge 

Hastings George, Holyoke, cor. Harvard, " 

LEUCHTE BERNHARD, 9 and 11 Brighton, 
McElroy William, 440 Harvard, " 

Moore Wm. 7 Brighton, " 

Brusch Bernard, 1 Washington, Cambridgeport, " 

Cullen P. 307 Cambridge, " " 



see the beautiful new styles of cases in GEORGE WOODS CO.'S 
Organs. 



294 MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 

Saloons, — continued. 
GOLDEN JAMES, 339 Cambridge, 

Cambridgeport, Cambridge 

Haleen Frank, 115 Harvard, " " 

Hennessy E. Mrs. 422 Cambridge, " " 

Hughes Patrick, 10 Broadway, " " 

Hurley Charles, 122 Broadway, " " 

Kelso Alex. M. 407 Main, k ' " 

Kenney Frank, 560 Main, " " 

Kitchen David, 114 Broadway, " " 

Lalley John, 106 Harvard, " " 

McCarty Patrick, 269 Cambridge, " 

McGlone Chas. 114 "Webster ave. " " 

McPeck Neal, Cambridge, cor. Prospect, 

Cambridgeport, " 

Sexton Patrick, 381 Cambridge, " " 

Simons T. F. 339 Cambridge, " " 

Spillane John J. 279 Cambridge, " " 

Sullivan Jerry, 104 Webster ave. " " 

Sullivan John, 86 Webster ave. " '" 

Umberhend John, 383 Main, " 

White Mary E. Mrs. 401 Cambridge, " " 

Buckley J. Mrs. 147 Bridge, East Cambridge, " 

Collins A. 241 Cambridge, " " 

Garrigan Ellen, 175 Bridge, " " 

Harrington J. 3 Winter, " " 

Harrington Philip, 83 Bridge, " " 

Long James F. 131 Bridge, " " 

McCarty W. 34 Cambridge, " " 

Muldoon W. H. 69 Gore, " " 

Munroe N. W. 99 Cambridge, " " 

Myers G. 56 Cambridge, " " 

Nichols James, 122 Cambridge, " " 

Sexton Patrick, 145 Bridge, " " 

SULLIVAN T. 127 Bridge and 32 Cambridge, " 

East Cambridge, " 

Thompson Jacob, 33 Fifth, " " 

Weber George, Cambridge, cor. Eighth, " " 
Hunnewell J. W., Henderson's bl'k, North Cambridge, " 
Armstrong C. S. 585 Main, Charlestown 

Barry John, 60 Moulton, " 

Barry John, 42 Chelsea, " 

Bennett Wm. F. 117 Chelsea, " 

Bowen James, 33 City square, " 

Burke Michael, 29 Wapping, " 

Clark Thomas S. 15 Vine, " 

Connors Michael, 29 Chelsea, " 

Crothy Michael, 36 Wapping, " 

Deechan Thomas H. 126 Chelsea, " 



Frank B. Dodge, Watchmaker, 143 Slain Street, Wobnrn. Watches 
Repaired. 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 


295 


Fairchilds W. C. 560 Main, 


Charlestown 


Fielding John, 


(C 


FLANAGAN M. C. (Old House at Home), 102 Water, " 


Gahn J. 


" 


Gillooly Thomas, 5 Chamber, 


(( 


HALL 0. W. (refreshment), 8 Warren, 


cc 


Henley J. 11 Water, 


u 


Holland John E. 24 Warren avenue, 


(( 


Kidder John 0. 220 Main, 


CC 


Maguire M. 564 Main, 


'•' 


McDonald I. W. 260 Main, 


(( 


McEvoy Dennis, 17 Freeman, 


(C 


McGuire John, 


« 


McKENNA MAURICE, 26 First, cor. Front, 


McNulty John, 9 Bunker Hill, 


cc 


Morse Charles S. 6 Charles River ave. 


" 


Murdock George, 49 Chelsea, 


cc 


Murphy Dennis, Water, cor. Joiner, 


tc 


O'Leary R. A. 1 and 2 Water, 


« 


O'Neil Jeremiah, 92 Water, 


a 


Paine T. M. 322 Main, 


" 


QUIGLEY WM. 40 Water, 


cc 


Quigley & Gray, 12 Main, 


cc 


Riorden P. O. 16 Charles River ave. 


v" 


Rogers W. H. 19 Bunker Hill, 


cc 


Rowell S. B. 273 Main, 


cc 


Smith Henry, 30 Wapping, 


cc 


Steger W. 20 Warren avenue, 


cc 


Sullivan John, 3 Bow, 


cc 


TAYLOR WM. 85 and 87 Bunker Hill, 


cc 


Tighe J. Mrs. 84 Austin, 


" 


Toomey Daniel, 10 Charles River ave. 


CC 


Vaughan John, 41 Wapping, 


cc 


Wall John, 64 Henley, 


cc 


Welch M. J. 10 Chelsea, 


cc 


Weston S. H. 26 Medford, 


cc 


Witherell E. B. 38 Elm, 


" 


McDonald A. & W. 


Concord 


Dunn Frank, Saxonville, 


Framingharn 


TOWER F. A. " 


cc 


Smith Samuel, 


Hopkinton 


BOUDREAU EUSEBE, 


Hudson 


Brigham R. H. 


cc 


Sawyer J. H. 


cc 


Arlin J. F. 32 Merrimac, 


Lowell 


ARMSTRONG & FLINT, 30 and 32 Prescott, 


Barber Thomas, 77 Lawrence, 


cc 


Billings Samuel D. 109 Central, 


_<C 


Billingslee A. 23 Andover, 


CC 



visit to tlie wai erooms and factory of Geo. Woods Co.. 634 Main St., 
Cambridgeport, will amply repay all interested in music. 



296 MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 


Saloons, — continued. 




Boyle Patrick, 10 Gorham, 


Lowe 11 


Calary P. 84 Middlesex, 


(< 


Carey Frank, 18 Dummer, 


(t 


CARR FRANK, 105 Middlesex, 


" 


CARTER H. A., School, cor. Pawtucket, 


u 


Church Waldo B. 8 Broadway, 


u 


Cody Michael, 23 Tremont, 


t< 


COER PETER J., Crosby, 


«< 


Collins B. 72 Market, 


" 


COPELAND C. C. 139 Middlesex, 


(i 


Cox James, 76 Church, 


(( 


Daniel Henry, 3 Paige, 


(( 


Dolan J. H. 79 East Merrimac, Belvidere, 


(( 


Doland Peter H. 169 Gorham, 


(1 


Donavan M. 14 Merrimac, 


(( 


Doyle P. 4 Pearl, 


" 


Eaton Thorn as, 75 Gorham, 


CI 


ENTWISTLE SQUIRE, 79 Market, 


(1 


Favor Joseph, 300 Merrimac, 


(( 


Fife John, 17 Davidson, 


cc 


Fish Rolph, 79 Market, 


u 


FLOOD B. H. 48 Dutton (see adv. dept p. 30), 


(« 


Gallagher Owen, 54 River, 


" 


GRAY JOHN W. 81 Market (see adv. dept. p 




14), 


(C 


HALL FRANK, 143 Middlesex, 


(( 


HALLL. B. 114 Middlesex, 


u 


Harris F. H. 3 Shattuck, 


(C 


Holland Hugh, 64 Church, 


IC 


Holland T., Market st. 


(C 


Hollroyde Benjamin, 100 Market, 


** 


Horan Michael, 161 Market, 


" 


Jones Michael, 24 Adams, 


u 


Knight Geo. 286 Merrimac, 


(( 


LANNON JOHN, 142 to 146 Market (see adv. 




dept. p 187), 


a 


LARIVEE E. 296 Merrimac, 


« 


Lund F. P., Gorham, cor. Moore, 


c, 


Lynch Patrick H. 61 Gorham, 


" 


Maher James, 38 Gorham, 


(( 


Martindale Chester W. 


(< 


McDonnell Martin, 25 Tremont, 


" 


McDONNELL WILLIAM, 285 Middlesex, 


« 


McDonough J. H. 73 J- Charles, 


11 


McHugh Martin, 6 Jefferson, 


u 


Mehan B. F. 17£ Merrimac, 


t< 


Monahan Terrenee, 284 Merrimac, 


» 


Moran John, River st. 


" 



Frank B. Dodge, Optician, Hi Main Street, Wobmii, dealer in Spec- 
tacles and Eyeglasses. 





MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY 


297 


Mulligan Owen, 106 Market, 


Lowell 


Murphy D. J. 76 Dutton, 


(< 


Murphy Michael, 51 Dutton, 


a 


Myers Elizabeth A. 69 Market, 


M 


O'Gara Peter, Market st. 


(( 


O'Grady John, 101 Gorham, 


" 


O'Roarke Andrew, 


It 


PARSONS JOSHUA, 76 Market, 


(C 


Purcell J. W. 10 Merriroac, 


" 


Quirk Michael, 237 Gorham, 


" 


QUIRK P. 158 Market, 


<( 


Regan P. 23 Jefferson, 


(( 


Reynolds Bernard, 13 Wamesit, 


u 


Richardson C. W. W., Middlesex, cor. Thorndike, " 


Riley James, 157 Market, 


" 


Sharon Edward, 266 Middlesex, 


« 


Sheean John, 53 Market, 


" 


Smith P. 40 Market, 


it 


Sullivan Mary Mrs. 15 Davidson, 


tc 


Thompson W. K. 42 Central, 


(t 


Towler H. 54 Dutton, 


<( 


Waldo Almon, 133 Middlesex, 


(( 


Welch James, 15 Page, 


(( 


Weston C H. 


" 


Woods John, 63 Pine, 


(( 


Worden Charles H. 159 Middlesex, 


" 


Atkins J. L. (refreshment), 4 Main, 


Maiden 


Chadbourn F. F., Stanwood block, 


« 


Cram Newell D., under Howard House, 


« 


Pierce George F., Central sq. 


" 


RANDOLPH B. F. (ice cream), Pleasant, 


under 


Howard House (see adv. dept. p. 65), 


t< 


Burns Patrick, 


Marlborough 


French John, 


u 


Gleason J. N. 


(t 


Leighton & Hatch, 


'I 


Malley Thomas, 


u 


Mo wry Henry A. 


a 


GAFFNEY M. C. (saloon and boarding house), 


Main, near Bridge, 


Medford 


Whitney J. H., Medford sq. 


» 


Ansbro James, Central court, 


Natick 


Berry H. H. 3 R. R. avenue, 


« 


Carr Robert, Walcott's block, 


tc 


Hoey M. E. Mrs. 


cc 


Hogan Peter, 


" 


Lane W. H 


(( 


Manners & Cate, 


<< 


McGowen M. 


u 



Geo. Woods Co.'s, Parlor and Vestry Organs are not equalled for 
purity and brilliancy of tone. 



298 MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 

Saloons, — continued. 

Thayer C. G. Natick 
Dougherty Jeremiah, South Natick, " 

Mears Moses, Reading 

Richardson Silas, ' " 

Ruggles Ira W. " 

Callahan Daniel, Milk, cor. Beach, Somerville 

Coles A. W., Milk, cor. Prospect, " 

Garvin Barney, " 

McCormick T. J., Fitchburg, cor. Linwood, " 

Walsh Michael, Union sq. " 
WOODS MARY MISS, Broadway, cor. Winthrop, 

East Somerville, " 

Beatty J., Main, cor. Church, Waltham 

Dolan J. 283 Main, " 

Gleason M., Main, cor. Common, " 

Grover John N. 405J Main, " 

Kneeland Orlando, Moody, cor. Crescent, " 

Larkin T. F. 4 Central block, " 

McGuinness Frank, 405 Main, " 

Sullivan T., Main, cor. Elm, " 

Barnes James, Galen, near Main, Watertown 

Claflin R. F., Main, opp. Post-office, " 
Clauss Charles, 

Welch Michael, Galen, near Main, " 

Salt Manufacturers. 
Warner & Freeman, Charlestown 

Salve Manufacturers. 
Redding & Co. 25 Main, Cambridgeport, Cambridge 

Whittier C. P. 12 Cady, Lowell 

Sashes and Blinds. 

(See Doors, Sashes, etc.) 

Sausage Makers. 
(See also Butchers.) 
BENZ CHARLES, 75 Sixth (see adv. dept. p. 183), 

East Cambridge, Cambridge 
WEITZE ROBERT, Eighth, cor. Thorndike (see 

adv. dept. p. 178), East Cambridge, " 

FURBUSH ANDREW, rear 494 Main (see adv. 

dept. p. 191), Charlestown 

Saw Filers. 
Harlow John J. 19 Cherry, Cambridgeport, Cambridge 
McDonald Daniel, Warren st. " " 

BUMPUS IRA C. (also builders' hardware), 20 Park 

(see adv. dept. p. 117), Charlestown 



Frank B. Dodge, 143 Main Street, Woburu. Watches and Jewelry- 
Repaired in the best manner, 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 299 


Griffin M. P. 416 Main, 


Charlestown 


Haskell J. H. 2 City -Landing, Lowell 


Marden Joseph, 313 Middlesex, " 


Harrington Quincy, Nonantum block, Newton 


Wood S. J. 


East Somerville, Somerville 


Saw Manufacturers. 


Welch & Griffiths, 


Arlington 


Stevens G. C. & J. F. 


Ayer 


Woodrough & Co. 


East Woburn, Woburn 


Saw 


Mills. 


(See also Planing Mills ; also Shingle Mills.) 


Bobbins Elbridge, 


Acton 


Robbins Francis, 


" 


Faulkner W. E. & Co. 


South Acton, " 


Breed Isaac T. 


Ashby 


Davis John, 


« 


Kendall John F. 


" 


Cloyes Charles, 


Ashland 


Page G. H. & A. 


Ayer 


PHELPS & WOODS, 


" 


Ashby Wm. M. (estate of), 


Bedford 


Herrick G. R. 


(c 


Herrick G. R. 


Billerica 


Richardson John 0. 


tc 


PRIEST JOHN W. & CO. 


, Brighton Corner (see 


advt. p. 19, front), 


Brighton 


Reed Edward, 


Burlington 


Adams Charles E. 


Carlisle 


Buttrick Nathan, 


u 


Green J. Q. A. 


" 


Abbott Russell, , 


Chelmsford 


Davis Perharn, 


" 


Parkhurst David, 


« 


Russell A. 


" 


Angier Daniel E. 


Concord 


Damon, Smith & Co. 


M 


Fletcher C. & Co. 


West Concord, " 


Hay ward James, 


West vale, " 


Swain Charles J. 


Dracut 


Parkhurst George, 


Dunstable 


Ryder James H. 


" 


Swallow Daniel, 


" 


Woodward James, 


" 


Ellis Moses, 


Framingham 


Fales & Williams, 


South Framingham, " 


Gates & Raddin, 


Groton 


Payson & Cutler, 


Holliston 



Geo. Woods Co.'s Combination Snlr> Stops are remarkable for the 
beauty and variety of the musical effects of which they are capable. 



300 MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 


Saw Mills, — continued. 




Pond Caleb A. 


Hopkinton 


Wood A. W. 


Woodville, ' " 


Brighara Rufus H. 


Hudson 


Bruce Horatio, 


" 


Dutton Ira A. 


«( 


TRIPP BROTHERS (see 


idv. dept. p. 127), " 


Harrington George F. 


Lincoln 


Parker James A. 


Littleton 


Brooks A. L. & Co., Mechanics Mills, Lowell 


Davis, Melendy & Sargent, 


259 Middlesex, " 


MACKIE HENRY W., Whipple's Mills (see adv. 


dept. p. 9), 


u 


Saunders C. W. & Co. 


a 


Manning Joseph, 


Marlborough 


Assahet Manufacturing Co 


Maynard 


Morse Andrew, 


South Natick, Natick 


WHIPPLE ORRIN (see adv. dept. p. 113), Newton 


MOOERS A. J. (see adv. 


dept. p. 115), 




Lower Falls, " 


Sanger D. C. & Co. 


West Newton, " 


Eames Joseph & Co. 


North Reading 


Symonds & Co. 


a 


Mention George A. 


Pepperell 


Sartell Levi, 


a 


Bennett Wm. P. 


East Pepperell, " 


Parker H A. & Co. 


U (( 


Harnden Sylvester, 


Reading 


Leland James H. 


Sherborn 


Kilburn Jonathan, 


Shirley 


White E. L. 


" 


Delany James, 


Stow 


Smith Micah & Son, 


kt 


Pratt N. L. 


Sudbury 


Willis J. P. 


u 


Burtt & Livingston, 


Tewksbury 


Trull Nathaniel, 


Lowell, " 


Adams A. M. 


Townsend Centre, Townsend 


Fessenden W. & Son, 


" " 


Spaulding Jonas, 


Townsend Harbor, " 


Sanders Lewis, 


West Townsend, " 


Thompson Joseph, 


U (< 


Upton George & Co. 


(« tc 


Upton John G. 


Tyngsborough 


Wilson J. W. 


" 


Hoyt H. D. 


Wakefield 


BUTTRICK FRANCIS (see adv. dept. p. 101), Waltham 


Heywood & Burbeck, 


Westford 


Brown Silas, 
I 1 


Wilmington 



The foest place to foiiyyemrWatch.es and Jewelry is at Dodge's, 143 
Main Street, Wofourn. 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. . 301 

Harnden James J. Wilmington 

Clark & Smith, Winchester 

Richardson & Sons, North Woburn, Woburn 

Sawing and Planing Mills. 

(See also Moulding; also Saw Mills.) 

PRIEST JOHN W. & CO., Brighton Corner (see 

advt. p. 19, front), Brighton 

Hacking Thomas S. Cambridge 

Hancock & Greeley, 113 Broadway, Cambridgeport, " 
Osborn Dalphon & Co. " " 

Page Geo. G. & Co. junc. Broadway and Hamp- 
shire, Cambridgeport, " 
Woodbury & Co., First, corner Otis, 

East Cambridge, " 

Brown Amos, Charlestown 

Fales & Williams, South Framingham, Framingham 

PAYSON & CUTLER (see adv. dept. p. 189), Holliston 
Dutton I. A. Hudson 

KALER & SHAW (see adv. dept. p. 125), " 

Davis, Melendy & Co. 259 Middlesex, Lowell 

PRATT M. C. & CO., Wamesit Steam Mills (see 

adv. dept. p. 21), " 

KEITH A. W. opp. Belmont station (see adv. 

dept. p. 62), Maiden 

Manning Joseph, Marlborough 

WHIPPLE ORRIN (see adv. dept. p. 113), Newton 

Harnden S. & Son, Reading 

Davis & Teffer, Waltham 

SANGER N. C. & SONS, Pleasant, near. Water- 
town square (see adv. dept. p. 99), Watertown 

Sawing and Turning. 

DINSMORE JAMES (see adv. dept. p. 150), 

Cambridgeport, Cambridge 
Osborn James D. " " 

SCRANTON H. A. & O. rear 380 Main (see adv. 

dept. p. 172), Cambridgeport, " 

BROWN AMOS, Lawrence, cor. Chapman (see 

advt. p. 23, front), Charlestown 

PAGE & LITTLEFIELD, 509 Medford (see adv. 

dept. p, 193), " 

Cleale Albert, Holliston 

BRADY THOMAS, Mechanics Mills (see adv. 

dept. p. 20), Lowell 

Crosby George E., Wamesit Steam Mills, " 

WHIPPLE ORRIN (see adv. dept. p. 113), Newton 
Parker A. J. Woburn 



The cases or Geo. Woods Co.'s Organs are of the most beautiful audi 
graceful designs. 



302 , MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 

Scale and Balance Manufacturers. 
Knowles John A. jr. 20 Fletcher, Lowell 

Shattuck H. B. 34 Central and 14 Prescott, " 

School Furniture Manufacturers. 
Derby J. L. & Co., Osborn's Mill, 

Cambridgeport, Cambridge 

Screw Manufacturers. 
WEBSTER & BUTTERFIELD (set), 

West Chelmsford, Chelmsford 
ALDRICH MILTON (wood), Mechanics Mills 

(see adv. dept. p. 38), Lowell 

American Bolt Co., Whipple's Mills, " 

Cady George L. 237 Middlesex, " 

CLARK BROS., Cushing st. (see adv. dept p. 24), " 
DAVIS ASAHEL, Mechanics Mills (see adv. dept. 

p. 27), 
ELLIOTT & SMITH (cap and set), 3 Cushing 

(see adv. dept. p. 29), " 

Hamer John W. 14 and 16 Middlesex, ," 

LOWELL BOLT & SCREW WORKS, Asahel 

Davis, prop, (see adv. dept. p. 27), " 

SMITH S. C. (cap and set), Harris' Mills (see 

adv. dept. p. 6), u 

Screw Cutting Machine Manufacturers. 

CLARK BROTHERS, Cushing st. (see adv. dept. 

p. 24), Lowell 

Seamless Drawn Brass and Copper Tubing. 
AMERICAN TUBE WORKS (see adyt. p. 26, 

front) , Somerville 

Settee Manufacturers. 
Derby J. L. & Co., Osborn's Mill, 

Cambridgeport, Cambridge 

Sewing Machines. 
Brown B. G. Ashland 

Simmons A. D. (Wheeler & Wilson), Ayer 

Howe Machine Co. 645 Main, Cambridgeport, Cambridge 
Nash George, 541 Main, " " 

CARROLL JAMES H. 114 Cambridge, 

East Cambridge, " 

Norwood George, 210 Main, Charlestown 

Sherman W. F. 146 Main, " 

Bliss J. E., Houghton's block, Hudson 

Holt S. A. 



The best assortment off Watches, Clocks, and Jewelry, will l»e found 
at Dodge's, Hi Alain Street, Wobnrn. 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 303 

Critchett M. B. 123 Central, Lowell 

Green & Gordon (Weed), 109 Merrimac, " 

Hyde Samuel, " 

McConnell F. V. 100 Merrimac, " 

Simpson A. J. & Co. 41 Central, " 

STORER N. W. 88 Merrimac, " 

Wing L. C. 74 Merrimac, " 

Tileston H. L., old Post-office building, Maiden 

Bowker Ira E. 2 Union block, Natick 
Fellows I. M. 

Russell & Kemmick, " 

Watson O. H. 12 Union block, " 

Watson & Brigbam, " 
BANCROFT MOSES, Washington st. (see advt. 

front colored), Reading 

Mayo M. A. W. Mrs , Main, opp. Avon, Wakefield 

Clough B. Frank, Waltham 

Warren Andrew, 3 Central block, " 
DODGE FRANK B. 142 Main (see left-hand foot 

lines), Woburn 

Freeman J. T. 130 Main, " 

Sewing Machine Case Manufacturers. 
Grover L. B. & Co. 386 Main, Cambridgeport, Cambridge 

Sewing Machine Findings. 
CARROLL J. H. 114 Cambridge, 

East Cambridge, Cambridge 
Green & Gordon, 109 Merrimac, Lowell 

Hyde Samuel, " 

BANCROFT MOSES, Washington st. (see advt. 

front colored), Reading 

Sewing Machine Repairers. 
Green & Gordon, 109 Merrimac, Lowell 

Lindsey Willard, 16 Middlesex, *■ 

Shafting, Hangers and Pulleys. 

MORRILL & HOOKER, 356 Main (see adv. dept. 

p. 156), Cambridgeport, Cambridge 

UNION MACHINE & FOUNDRY CO. 58 Cam- 
bridge (see adv. dept. p. 185), 

East Cambridge, " 

SWAIN ASA M. (see advt. Miscellaneous 

Department), North Chelmsford, Chelmsford 

TOWER BROTHERS, Houghton's block (see adv. 

dept. p. 126), Hudson 

Shell Jewelry Manufacturer. 
CROSBY J. Q. (see adv. dept. p. 122), 

South Framingham, Framingham 



Geo. Woods Co.'s Organs are constructed in the most thorough and 
perfect manner. 



304 MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 

Sheet Iron Workers. 
(See also Tinsmiths.) 
PRATT CHARLES O. & CO. 126 Cambridge (see 

adv. dept. p. 175), East Cambridge, Cambridge 

HAYWARD L. H. 6 Chamber, Charlestown 





Shingle 


Mills. 




(See also Saw Mills.) 




Barrett Augustus, 






Ashby 


Asbby Wm. N. (estate of), 




Bedford 


Herrick G. R. 






<( 


Herrick G. R. 






Billerica 


Payson & Cutler, 






Holliston 


Symonds & Co. 






North Reading 


Sartell Levi, 






Pepperell 


Bennett Wm. P. 




East Pepperell, " 


White Edwin L. 






Shirley 


Burtt & Livingston, 






Tewksbury 


Hoyt H. 0. 






Wakefield 


Brown Silas, 




• 


Wilmington 


Went worth William, 




1 


" 




Ship Builder. 




Homer James B. 






Belmont 



Ship Smiths. 
GIFFORD G. & E. H. 217 Medford (see adv. 

dept. p. 196), Charlestown 

GLINES & TRICKEY, Charles River ave. cor. 

Water (see adv. dept. p. 207), " 

Shirt Manufacturers. 
(See also Gents' Furnishing Goods.) 
Bacon Robert & Co. 511 Main, Cambridgeport, Cambridge 
Spurr J. M. 90 Market, Lowell 

STORER N. W. 88 Merrimac, " 

Edwards Elijah, South Natick, Natick 

BLACK WELL E. B. (see adv. dept. p. 114), Newton 
Frye & Marsh, 4 Rumford block, Waltham 

Simmons Bros. & Co. Watertown 

Shoddy Manufacturers. 

(See also Woollen Goods Manufacturers.) 
GRAY, PALMER & PENDERGAST (see adv. 

dept. p. 123), North Chelmsford, Chelmsford 

Aldrich Warren, Lowell 

Hapgood E. & Son, Whipple's Mills, " 

Mitchell William, " 

Cordingley W. S. & F. Lower Falls, Newton 



Silver Ware made to order at Dodge's, 143 Main Street, Woburu, at 
less than Boston prices. 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 305 

Shoes. 

(For everything connected with this business, not printed 

here, see Boots and Shoes.) 

Shoe Manufacturers. 
WALTON E. H. & CO. (ladies', misses' and 

children's), Wakefield 

Shoe Bench Manufacturer. 
CHILD W. WARD, 39 Main (see adv. dept. p. 

73), Stoneham 

Shoe Jack Manufacturer. 
Paul C. C, Arch street, Lowell 

Shoe Kail and Tack Manufacturers. 
(See also JBoot and Shoe Findings.) 
STETSON & TALBOT (see adv. dept. p. 187), 

Holliston 
Shoe Stock Manufacturer. 
SIMONDS N. J. 95 Main, Woburn 

Show Card Manufacturers. 
O'DONNELL JAMES, 115 Cambridge, 

East Cambridge, Cambridge 
Ricker Win. Wakefield 

Show Case Manufacturers. 

CROSBY FURNITURE CO., Fletcher, cor. Frank- 
lin (see adv. dept p. 47), Lowell 

TROWBRIDGE GEO. N. & SON, Wamesit Mills 

(see adv. dept. p. 20), " 

Shuttle Manufacturers. 
Coburn Shuttle Co. Lowell 

Jaqties John S. & Co. (power loom), Whipple's 

Mills, " 

Parker & Cheney, Wamesit Steam Mills, " 

SPALDING & BROWN, Elevator building (see 

adv. dept. p. 15), " 

Silver Plater. 
Knapp A. jr. West Newton, Newton 

Silver and Plated Ware. 

(See also Jewelry, etc.) 
Hazeltine W. C. 7 Harvard square, Cambridge 

Hunnewell James A , Harvard, cor. Holyoke, " 

Huntington James, 458 Harvard, " 

Davis & Putnam, 635 Main, Cambridgeport, " 



Hear the " Vox Humana " Stop in George Woods Co.'s Organs ; it i 
baritone solo stop, not a mere fan or tremolo. 

20 



306 MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 

Silver and Plated Ware, — continued. 
Stone Jasper, 35 Main, Charlestown 

Hewett S. Myron, Hudson 

TALBOT LOUIS B., Rice's block (see adv. dept. 

p. 127), 
French & Puffer, 113 and 115 Central, • Lowell 

Ordway H. M. 86 Merrimac. " 

Raynes Joseph & Co. 43 Central, " 

Sanborn Amos & Co. 25 Central, " 

Howes Alfred, Howe's block, Newton 

Macomber A. J., Howe's block, " 

Cheney C H. R., Main, opp. Albion, Wakefield 

HIGGLNBOTHAM S. & CO. 284 Main (see adv. 

dept. p. 103), Waltham 

STARBUCK ALEXANDER, 3 Central block (see 

adv. dept. p. 104), « 

Whitford George H., Main, cor. Lexington, " 

Whitney Hiram, Watertown 

DODGE FRANK B. 142 Main (see left-hand foot 

lines), Woburn 

Smith G. F. & Co. 245 Main, " 

Silver Ware Manufacturer. 
DODGE FRANK B. 142 Main (see left-hand foot 

lines) , Woburn 

Slaters. 
(See also Roofing.) 
Riley James M. Belmont 

BLEVINS JOSEPH J. 622 Main (see adv. dept. 

p. 158), Cambridgeport, Cambridge 

Phillips E. Burt, " " 

McGrath John & Son, Charlestown 

Butler S. B. 5 Merrimac, Lowell 

Goulding Robert, . " 

Waugh William, " 

Hackett Bros. Maiden 

Tillson D. H. Woburn 

Sled Manufacturers. 

BISHOP H. R. & CO., Broadway, opp. Nunnery 
Grounds (see adv. dept. p. 72), 

East Somerville, Somerville 

Snow Shovels. 

BISHOP H. R. & CO., Broadway, opp. Nunnery 
Grounds (see adv. dept. p. 72), 

East Somerville, Somerville 



HAIR WORK made to order at DODGE'S, 143 MAIN STREET, 
Wo burn. 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 307 

Soap Dealers. 
LITTLEFIELD & RANDALL (toilet and hard 

soaps), Ash st. (see adv. dept. p. 76), Reading 

Soap and Candle Manufacturers, 
Whipple Alonzo B. Ashland 

LIVINGSTON C. W. (soft soap), Ayer 

COOPER CHARLES & SON, 87 River (see adv. 

dept. p. 163), Cambridgeport, Cambridge 

Davis Curtis, 184, 186 and 188 

Broadway «' " 

Davis James C., Broadway, cor. Davis, *' " 

Davis Mason, " " 

Davis T. M. 417 Main, " " 

Jones C. L. & Co. 86 Pearl, " " 

Kemp Lysander, Broadway, cor. Davis, " " 

LIVERMORE N. & SON (soap), Broadway, cor. 

Sixth (see adv. dept. p. 157), Cambridgeport, " 
Norton Ed. H. junc. Windsor and Webster avenue, 

Cambridgeport, " 

Reardon John & Sons, 92 Pearl, " " 

Reardon William, " " 

Whittemore & Hale, Davis, cor. Broadway, 

Cambridgeport, " 

Blaisdell B. F. Carlisle 

RAND & BYAM (soap), 9 Charles (see adv. dept. 

p. 198), Charlestown 

Smith W. H. 2 Warren ave. *« 

ENGEL JOHN & CO. (see adv. dept. p. 54), 

Aj T er City, Lowell 

Horn Samuel & Co., School, cor. Middlesex, " 

Jefferson P. M., Linden st., " 

McAloon Arthur, Centralville, " 

Walker George P., Middlesex, cor. School, " 

Pierce Robert W. Melrose 

Jennison Joshua, Newton 

Ryder Henry (candles), Union square, Somerville 

Warren Herbert M. Watertown 

Perry & Eaton (hard and soft soap), 

North Woburn, Woburn 
Soap Stock. 
COOPER CHARLES & SON, 87 River (see adv. 

dept. p. 163), Cambridgeport, Cambridge 

Soap Stone Dealers and Workers. 
Dean Edward N. South Acton, Acton 

Clausen Morton, 506 Main, Charlestown 

HARLOW WM. H., Salem, opp. Baptist Church 

(see adv. dept. p. 60), Maiden 



Hear the " Aeoline " Stop in Geo. Woods Co.'s Organs, It is a most 
beautiful soft or breathing-stop. 



808 MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 

Soda Water Manufacturers. 
Patten M. B. 2 Park, Charlestown 

Bartlett S. 52 Middlesex, Lowell 

Fields John, 17 East Merrimac, " 

TORMEY THOMAS, 32 Middle (see adv. dept. p. 
53), 

Sole Pattern Manufacturer. 
MILLAY P. E. (see adv. dept. p. 132), Hudson 

Spice Mills. 
(See also Cojffee and Spice Mills.) 
Stickney & Poor, Charlestown 

Underwood William & Co. " 

Spike Manufacturers. 

(See also Nail Manufacturers.) 
Sylvester & Co. (ship and railroad), Franklin, cor. 

Washington, East Somerville, Somerville 

Spinning Top Manufacturers. 
SCRANTON H. A. & O. (wood), rear 380 Main 

(see adv. dept. p. 172), Cambridgeport, Cambridge 

Splitting Knife Manufacturer. 
HOBBS J. C, Arlington ave. Arlington 

Sporting Apparatus. 
Richardson Bros., Goodwin's block, Lowell 

RICHARDSON & CUTTER, 66 Central (see adv. 
dept. p. 30), " 

Spring Manufacturers. 
GIFFORD G. & E. H. (steel), 217 Medford (see 

adv. dept. p. 196), Charlestown 

Spring Bed Manufacturers. 
Howe Spring Bed Co. 386 Main, 

Cambridgeport, Cambridge 
Pettingill & Pear (Howe's), Osborn's Mill, 

Cambridgeport, " 

NEWTON W. F. (see adv. dept. p. 133), Hudson 

YOUNG A. P. (Bartlett's adjustable spring), 13 _ 

Middle, jLowell 

Stables. 
Cutter John E. Acton 

HARRIS J. E, (see adv. dept. p. 118), South Acton, " 
Currier Woodman C. Arlington 

Holmes & Powers, rear Arlington House, "" 

Moffatt James, ' Ashland 



MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, all kinds at DODGE'S, 14S Main Street, 

WobarB. 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 309 

Scott George A. Ashland 

Thayer S. F. " 

Chamberlain J. H. Ayer 

REED & SPENCER, " 

WILLIS ALONZO, " 

WILLIS EBENEZER, " 

Stetson H. & Son, Bedford 

Wait Charles L. " 

Green Joseph W. Billerica 

HARRINGTON T. Z. (see adv. dept. p. 109), Brighton 
McKinney D. & Son, " 

Moley Frank, " 

PATTEE FRANK A. (back, livery and boarding), 

rear Scates' Hotel (see adv. dept. p. 106), " 

SCATES & LYMAN (livery, boarding and hack), 
Market, near Washington (see adv. dept. p. 
108), " 

DANFORTH S. F. (hack, livery,' boarding and 
sale), Allston, cor. Beacon (see adv. dept. p. 
Ill), Allston, " 

RIVERSIDE HOUSE, Charles Haley, opp. Beacon 

Park (see adv. dept. p. 110), Allston, " 

Pike James, 904 Main, Cambridge 

Stearns James, 22 Brattle sq. " 

Champlin, Lemon & Co. Cambridgeport, *• 

Daily Geo. E. C. E. (livery and boarding), Broad- 
way, cor. Elm, Cambridgeport, " 
Hunt Henry E. 70 Norfolk, " " 
Pike James, Main, cor. Bow, " " 
Uhrig Joseph, Prospect House, " " 
Aiken & Woodward, 26 Cambridge, 

East Cambridge, " 

Club Stable, First, cor. Otis, " " 

Dailey William, 43 Cambridge, " " 

Davis S. A. 91 Bridge, " " 

Smith Henry D. 17 Gore, " " 

Stevens Charles E. 151 Bridge, " " 

Buxton G. H. &. Co. 514 Main, 

North Cambridge, " 

Parsons & Stockwell, " " 

Sanborn, " " 

Boynton Alvah, Carlisle 

BARNARD JOHN P. 39 Warren (livery and board- 
ing), Charlestown 
Chafin Nathaniel, " 
CHAPMAN WILLIAM H. (livery and boarding), 

15 Chelsea (see adv. dept. p. 206), " 

Chevalier Peter & Co. (hack and boarding), 60 

Lawrence, " 



Hear the " Piano" Stop in Geo. Woods Co.'s Organs. It is a piano of 
exquisite quality of tone which will never require tuning. 



310 MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 

Stables, — continued. 
Hicks & Brown, Harvard sq. Charlestown 

Maynard G. W. 10 Polk, 

Moore & Rideout, 20 Henley, " 

RECORD S. 29 Chapman (see adv. dept. 205), " 
Wiley W. S. & G. O. 26 Park, 

Burnham R. S. Chelmsford 

Bnrnham Frank F., North Chelmsford, " 

PERHAM CHARLES O., » " 

Brown George F. Concord 

Heywood A. G. " 

Whitney J. C. Everett 

Parker Orra, Framingham 

Smith George, South Framingham, " 

Twitchell S. F. " " 

Glazier Marshall, Saxonville, " 

Goodnow J. W. " " 

Shattuck H. G. Groton 

Shattuck N. P. " 

Pay son J. M. &. Co. Holliston 

Shippee J. D. " 

Blades H. M. Hopkinton 

Howe S. W. 

PHIPPS HORACE (livery), " 

Rear don Edward, " 

BOUDREAU EUSEBE, Hudson 

Holden G. T. C. " 

Pope Folger, " 

Wood Marshall, " 

Adair Charles, Lexington 

Harrington Franklin M., Main, cor. Waltham, " 

Butters George S. (livery, hack, sale and boarding), 

19 Church, Lowell 

CONANT JULIUS E. (livery, sale and boarding), 

170 Central (see adv. dept. p. 211), " 

DURGIN JOHN H. (boarding and sale), 278 Mer- 

rimac (see adv. dept. p. 210), " 

Fletcher C. H. 112 Moody, •« 

Going Charles, American House, " 

HUN TOON G. L. 154 and 156 Middlesex (see 

adv. dept. p. 28), " 

LEAVITT DANIEL G. 15 Prescott (see adv. 

dept. p. 14), " 

Morse H. O. (livery, hack and boarding), Mon- 
ument, sq. " 
Norris George W. 4 Warren, " 
NO YES J. L. (sale), 17 Church, " 
Perry John B. " 
Prescott J. Y. 202 Middlesex, " 



You can save Money foy foraying your Goods at Dodge's Jewelry 
Store, 1-1:4 Main Street, Wofouru. 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 31 L 

JACKSON D. F. & CLARK (livery, sale and 

boarding), Central sq., and Pleasant, cor. Ab- 
bott (see adv. dept p. 63), Maiden 
Brigbam Nahum, rear Marlborougb Hotel, Marlborough 
Outhank W. H. " 
Wood W. F. Maynard 
Day Charles H., Union st., opp. Medford House, Medford 
Emerson A. J., Medford House, " 
MORAN FRANCIS (livery, sale and boarding), 
Brooks' lane, opp. Usher's building (see adv. 
dept. p. 70), " 
Anderson John L. Melrose 
Bartlett George W., Main, cor. Foster, " 
Boardman ¥m. W. " 
Brooks R. T. Natick 
HAYWARD M. W., opp. depot (see adv. dept. p. 

119) " 

BAILEY G. (see adv. dept. p. 120), South Natick, " 
BUSH GEORGE M., Elmwood, near depot (see 

adv. dept. p. 117), Newton 

SCATES & RICKER (hack, livery, sale and board- 
ing) (see advt. front cover), " 
CATE STEPHEN F. (hack, livery and boarding) 

(see advt. back cover), West Newton, " 

Lothrop W. D. Aubufndale, " 

Dudley E. C. Newton Centre, " 

Harrington Daniel, Newtonville, " 

Mcintosh W. H. Upper Falls, " 

Page Luther T. Pepperell 

Tarbell Thos. F. East Pepperell, " 

Litchfield Hiram, Reading 

MAYNARD WM. W. (livery and boarding), Gould, 

cor. Ash (see adv. dept. p. 76), " 

Wright Rufus, " 

Adams John M. Shirley 

Dodge Seward (livery, sale and boarding), Milk, 

cor. Prospect, Somerville 

Sanborn Albert L. " 

Sturtevant Brothers, Milk, near Union sq. " 

Cooper Brothers, Broadway, cor. Lincoln, 

East Somerville, " 

Smith & Page, Franklin, cor. Page, " " 

Berry Charles C. Stoneham 

Forrest James, " 

Powers W. H. u 

Brooks Frank, South Sudbury, Sudbury 

Dix William, Townsend Centre, Townsend 

Davis & Aldrich, Wakefield 

Eames Joshua, % 



See the beautiful new styles of cases in GEORGE WOODS CO.'S 
Organs. 



312 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



Stables, — continued. 
PERHAM & BESSEY (livery, back, boarding and 

sale), Mecbanic, near Main (see adv. dept. p. 

75), Wakefield 

Cheney J. A. Waltbam 

COOK S. R., Central House (see adv. dept. p. 100), " 
Hay R. " 

Kendall Levi J. 19 Crescent, " 

Lawlass & Colu, " 

STOCKWELL GEO. B. (back, livery, sale and 

boarding), Spring, near Railroad, Watertown 

Simpson T. H. Wayland 

Loker William, Cocbituate, " 

Hanson Ruel W. Winchester 

Winn Alanson, " 

Jones G. F. (livery, hack and boarding) , 208 Main, 

Woburn 
Wbitford Edwin, Union, near Main, " 

Stair Builders. 

(See also Carpenters.) 
Boyer Samuel, 381 Main, Cambridgeport, Cambridge 
ROBINSON ROBERT S. 457 Cambridge (see adv. 

dept. p. 169), Cambridgeport, " 

ADAMS J. FRENCH, Seventh, cor. Cambridge 

(see adv. dept. p. 182), East Cambridge, '• 

PAGE & LITTLEFIELD, 509 Medford (see adv. 

dept p. 193), Charlestown 

SMITH E. C. 1 South Eden (see adv. dept. p. 

202), " 

GRIFFIN & LAKE, 57 dishing (see adv. dept. 

p. 31), Lowell 

HOWE H. C. & J. F., Dutton, near Wamesit 

Mills, " 

Brown Asa R. Maiden 

Paine J. & Son, Church, cor. Oak, Newton 

Stamp Manufacturer. 
HUDSON J. F. 64 Fifth (see advt. p. 22, front). 

East Cambridge, Cambridge 

Starch Dealers. 
COBURN C. B. & CO. 1 and 3 Mechanics' building 
(see advt front cover), 

Starch Manufacturers. 
Barker H. & Co., Factory Lane, 

State Constable. 
PINDER ALBERT, 5 John, 



Lowell 



Watertown 



Lowell 



The best Pebbled Spectacles, and Eye Glasses, made to Order at 
Dodge's, 143 Main Street, Woburn. 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 313 

Stationary Wash Stands. 
FOSTER & CLARK, 38 Water (see adv. dept. p. 

199), Charlestown 

Stationers. 

(See also Booksellers.) 

Fiske James F. Holliston 

Church Henry C. & Son, 23 Central, Lowell 

COGGESHALL & SON (jobbers), 40 Merrimac 

(see advt. back colored), " 

HILL S. T., Pleasant, near Post-office (see adv. 

dept. p. 65), Maiden 

Stationers' Hardware Manufacturers. 
Draper F. & Co. foot of Otis, East Cambridge, Cambridge 
HUDSON J. F. 64 Fifth (see advt. p. 22, front), 

East Cambridge, " 

Stave and Barrel Machinery Manufacturers. 
STEVENS G. C & J. F. (see adv. dept. p. 114), Ayer 

Steam, Gas and Water Pipe and Fittings. 
(See also Gas and Steam Pipe.) 
BOYNTON J. & J. F. (see adv. dept. p. 141), Ayer 
STAFFORD J. S. 651 Main (see adv. dept. p. 

159), Cambridgeport, Cambridge 

Walworth Manuf. Co. 368 Main, " " 

DAVLIN JAMES F. & CO. 190 Cambridge (see 

adv. dept. p. 174), East Cambridge, " 

CUNNINGHAM THOMAS, 8 Central (see adv. 

dept. p. 194), Charlestown 

BARKER HORACE R. & CO. 8 Central (see 

advt. front cover), Lowell 

Field George W., Whipple's Mills, 
Garrity & Winegard, 11 Prescott, " 

HALLOWELL & WRIGHT, 16 Middlesex (see 

adv. dept. p. 26), " 

PROCTOR J. W. 78 Dutton (see adv. dept, p. 29), « 
BUEL JAMES. & CO. 129 Main (see adv. dept. 

p. 94), Woburn 

Steam Engine Builders. 
(See also Machinists; also Boiler Makers.) 

HOBBS ALFRED (stationary), Arlington avenue 

(see adv. dept. p. 79), Arlington 

MORRILL & HOOKER, 356 Main (see adv. dept. 

p. 156), Cambridgeport, Cambridge 

RAWSON & HITTINGER (see adv. dept. p. 

167), Cambridgeport, " 



A visit to the warerooms and factory of Geo. Woods Co., 621 Main St. 
Cambridgeport, will amply repay all interested in music. 



314 MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 

Steam Engine Builders, — continued. 
Cook, Byrnes & Co. 34 Water, Charlestown 

TOWER BROTHERS, Houghton block (see adv. 

dept. p. 126), Hudson 

Lowell Machine Shop, George Richardson, supt. Lowell 
SHEDD GEO. F., Lexington, near Beaver (see 

advt. p. 24, front), Waltham 

BUEL JAMES & CO. 129 Main (see adv. dept. 

p. 94), Woburn 

Steam Forge Hammer Manufacturer. 
Kinsley Edgar L , Hampshire, near Broadway, 

Cambridgeport, Cambridge 

Steam Heating Apparatus. 
Walworth Manufacturing Co. 368 Main, " 

Cambridgeport, Cambridge 
BARKER H. R. & CO. 8 and 10 Central (see advt. 

front cover), Lowell 

Steam Packing Manufacturers. 
Silver Lake Co. Newtonville, Newton 

Steam Press Plates and Tables Manufacturer. 
DOBBINS WILLIAM, Dutton, near Mechanics 

Mills (see adv. dept. p. 43), Lowell 

Steamship Manufacturer. 
CUNNINGHAM T. (iron), 29 Water (see adv. 

dept. p. 194), Charlestown 

Steam Valve Manufacturers. 
Chapman Valve Co. Waltham 

Stencil and Steel Letter Cutters. 
Grover A. 134 Middlesex, Lowell 

Kimball J. S. 132 Middlesex, 

Miller & Brown, 80 Central, " 

PARSONS & GIBBY, 3 Fletcher (see adv. dept. 

p. 8), 
Preston John, 111 Thorndike, " 

Whitmore William, Merrimac, cor. Central, " 

Step Ladder Manufacturers. 
BISHOP H. R. & CO., Broadway, opp Nunnery 
Grounds (see adv. dept. p. 72), 

East Somerville, Somerville 

Stone Cutters and Dealers. 

(See also Marble Workers; also Ghranite.) 

Stearns A. G. Ayer 

All kinds GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES at DODGE'S, 142 Main 
Street, Woburn. 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 315 

McDonald Alexander, ' Cambridge 

BLESSINGTON PETER, 29 Main (see adv. dept. 

p. 5), Cambridgeport, " 

Davis & Goodrich, " " 

Harrington John, 134 Main, " " 

Parker Artemas, " " 

Rowe Hugh, 45 Main, " " 

Rowe Patrick, Broadway, " " 

SANBORN A. C. & CO. near Cragie's bridge 

(see adv. dept. p. 176), East Cambridge, " 

BRIDE MICHAEL (free stone), Medford, foot of 

Cook (see adv. dept. p. 192), Charlestown 

GILMAN & CHENEY, 49 to 59 Medford (see adv. 

dept. p 196), " 

MCLAUGHLIN ROBERT, Medford, foot of Cook 

(see adv. dept. p. 192), " 

Kittridge J. C. Chelmsford 

Parker Artemas, North Chelmsford, " 

CLOYES JOSEPH C. Framingham 

Woodbury & Coburti, Hopkinton 

ANDREWS WILLIAM, Thorndike, near Middle- 
sex (see adv. dept. p. 8), Lowell 
CLOUGH & SWEATT, School, cor. Nashua R. R. 

(see adv. dept. p. 39), " 

Gordon B. A. " 

GUMB LEWIS D., Maple, cor. Gorham (see adv. 

dept. p. 55), " 

LOWELL GRANITE WORKS, Daniel Richard- 
son, prop., Wm. H. French, agent, School, head 
Western ave. (see adv dept. p. 32), " 

RUNELS & DAVIS, Thorndike st. (see adv. dept. 

p. 19), 
RUNELS, DAVIS & FOSTER, Congress st. (see 

adv. dept. p. 16), " 

Trask O. H. P. rear gas works, " 

Rice Henry J. Maiden 

Lilies James, Natick 

Peterson & Parker, Stoneham 

GILL ROBERT M. (see adv. dept. p. 103), Waltham 
Eaton John, Graniteville, Westford 

FLETCHER SAMUEL (see adv. dept. p 144), 

Graniteville, " 

PALMER BENJAMIN (see adv. dept. p. 144), 

Graniteville, u 

REED DAVID (see adv. dept. p. 145), " " 

REED WILLIAM (see adv. dept. p. 145)," " 

WRIGHT JEPTHA (see adv. dept. p. 146), 

Graniteville, " 

James Andrew, Woburn 



Geo. "Woods Co.'s Parlor and Vestry Organs are not equalled for 
purity and brilliancy of tone. 



316 MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 

Stone Cutters and Dealers, — continued. 
MORSE E. A., Winn, near Main (see adv. dept. p. 

84), Woburn 

Stone Tool Manufacturer. 
AVERILL 0. E., Franklin, cor. Fletcher (see adv. 

dept. p. 45), Lowell 

Stone Ware Manufacturers. 
Powers & Edmands, 455 Medford, Charlestown 

Store Finish. 
PAYSON & CUTLER (see adv. dept. p. 189), 

Holliston 
Stove Dealers and Tinsmiths. 
(See also Furnaces and Ranges.) 
MERRIFIELD JOSEPH A., Arlington ave. Arlington 
SHATTUCK R. W. & CO., Arlington ave. near 

depot (see adv. dept. p. 79), " 

Clark, Perry & Co. Ashland 

BOYNTON J. & J. F. (see adv. dept. p. 141), Ayer 
WHITNEY H. W. & CO. 10 Merchant's row, 
Cole Lyman, Bedford 

Bates Joseph J. Brighton 

Wilson Geo. & Co., Washington, opp. Rockland, " 

CARR ERWIN S. 918 Main (see adv. dept. p. 

154), Cambridge 

Estes I. P. 30 Brighton, » 

Hilton James M. 446 Harvard, " 

MOORE CHAS. & CO. 8 Brattle and 2 Palmer (see 

advt. p. 2, front), " 

Fuller James H. 605 Main, Cambridgeport, " 

Greenwood William P. 509 Main, " " 

Hall Joseph, 637 Main, " " 

Harley & Williams, 449 Main, " " 

Higgins & Kimbley, 653 Main, " " 

PIERCE & STAYNER, 644 Main (see adv. dept. 

p. 151), Cambridgeport, " 

Robbins James M. 629 Main, " " 

Starbuck James C. 423 and 425 Main, " « 

Taylor Simeon, 525 Main, " " 

Monblo F. T. N. 188 Cambridge, East Cambridge, " 
Pennell & Young, 57 Cambridge, " " 

PRATT CHAS. O. & CO. 226 Cambridge (see 

adv. dept. p. 175), East Cambridge, " 

Price James M. 85 Cambridge, " " 

Quinn M. 243 Cambridge, « " 

COOPER & BURGESS, 6 Main (see adv. dept. 

p. 186), Charlestown 



REED &, BARTON'S Plated Ware, at DOGDE'S, 143 fllaiu Street, 
» Woburn, 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 317 



DOWD RICHARD, 537 Main (see adv. dept. 

p. 195), Charlestown 

Eclmands Geo. E. 174 Main, " 

Gaffney Thos. 24 Chelsea, " 

Greenoogh & McCarthy, 36 Vine, 
HADLEY & WRIGHT, 333 Main (see adv. dept. 

p. 199), " 

HANDY LUTHER S. 10 Cambridge (see adv. 

dept. p. 195), 
Mavers & Curtis, 167 Bunker Hill, " 

McLoud John, 227 Main, " 

Perkins H. H. 85 Bunker Hill, " 

Stevens N. H. & Son, 68 Chelsea, " 

Wing Chas. H. 75 Austin, " 

Sanborn John C. Concord 

GOFF GEORGE, junction Broadway and School 

(see adv. dept. p. 66), Everett 

Carr D. A. Framingham 

Sawyer H. L. South Framingham, " 

Frost J. B. & D. O. Saxonville, " 

Blood Charles, Groton 

FITTS & TURNER (see adv. dept, p. 189), Holliston 
Pond Geo. N. " 

Rawson I. G. " 

Woodbury Geo. S. Hopkinton 

Bradley George 0. Hudson 

BRAGDON GEO. (see adv. dept. p. 128), " 

MAYNARD A. L. (see adv. dept. p. 136), " 

GODDARD ALONZO, Main, near Centre depot 

(see adv. dept. p. 122), Lexington 

Beck Samuel, 265 Merrimac, Lowell 

Carroll E. M. & Co. 6 Bridge, " 

Costello Thomas & Co. 118 Central, " 

DUSTON HARLOW, 4 and 5 Prescott's block, " 

Foote J. L. & Co. 277 and 279 Merrimac, " 

Mack Sewall G. & Co. 123 and 125 Market, 
Martin & Strong, 128 Middlesex, " 

Mead Matthias, 37 East Merrimac, Belvidere, " 

Mehan John. 24 Prescott, " 

Mehan Owen, 8 and 11 Prescott, " 

Moran & Smith, 247 Merrimac, " 

Nash J. W. & Co. 126 Central, " 

NICHOLS JACOB, Dutton, cor. Market (see adv. 

dept. p. 69), " 

Offutt & Whitaker, 33 and 35 Market, " 

WHITTEN WM. T. 148 and 154 Central (see 

adv. dept. pp. 50 and 51), " 

Wier N. J. & Co. 3 and 5 Prescott, " 

Wilder H. H. & Co. 8 Jackson, " 



Geo. Woods Co. 'a Combination Solo Stops are remarkable foi the 
beauty and variety of the musical effects of which they are capable. 



318 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



JStove Dealers and Tinsmiths, — continued. 
Backus J. A. Maiden 

Barnes & Cook. opp. B. & M. depot, " 

KIMBALL HERVEY Z., Pleasant, near Central 

square, " 

Snaith George S., Central square, " 

BRADLEY & BRIGHAM, 12 Boyd's block (see 

adv. dept. p. 141), Marlborough 

Miles Thomas M. " 

Holt A. D. Maynard 

Parsons J. E. Medford 

Small John D. " 

Daily A. W., Main, near Essex, Melrose 

Howes J. C. " 

French & Dakin, 1 Leach block, Natick 

Parlin W. D. 4 Union block, " 

Rutherford Noyes, Pond, cor. South Main, " 

Wood Edmund M. " 

Stiles & Co., Nonantum block, Newton 

Sumner John S. " 

COUSENS S. & SON (see adv. dept p. 116), 

Auburndale, " 



Lower Falls, 

Newton Centre, 

Newtonville, 

West Newton, 

Upper Falls, 



Pepperell 
Re ad i no- 



Shirley 
Somerville 



Gammons Lewis A. 

White & Knapp, 

LEAVITT OLIVER B. 

Knapp William B. & Co. 

Cady Collins, 

Trowbridge J. E. 

Lawrence Calvin P. 

DeJean E. & Co., Haven, near Main, 

Hart Philip D. 

Littlefield T. & Co., Woburn, near Main 

Warner A. A. 

BROWNELL BROS., Milk, cor. Dane, 

HOLMES CHARLES, junc. Wash, and Milk, 

Merritield John A. 9 Pythian block, " 

MYERS GEO. 9 Union sq. (see adv. dept. p. 72), " 

Lovejoy J. A. 69 Main, Stoneham 

Theobald Joseph, Main, opp. Hersom, " 

Burtt F. C. West Townsend, Townsend 

Cartwright J. Wakefield 

Cobb &Pillsbury, " 

Littlefield S. F. " 

NETTLES BROS., WAKEFIELD STOVE 

STORE, Mechanic, near Main (see adv. 

dept. p. 74), " 

Knapp William B. 288 Main, Waltham 

PATCH GEO. F., Moody, cor. Gordon (see adv. 

dept. p. 102), " 

HOLERS' PL.ATJED WARE, AT DODGE'S, 143 MAIN STREET, 

WOBURJf. 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 319 

Stickney Rufus & Sons, 389 Main, Waltham 

BOWEN GEORGE S., Church, near depot (see 

adv. dept. p. 99), Watertown 

Stiles William L. " 

Adams J. W. & Co. Winchester 

HILL & BABBIDGE, 240 Main (see advt. p. 

15, front), Woburn 

STANLEY CHARLES W., Main, cor. Salem (see 

adv. dept. p. 85), " 

STROUT C. M. 200 Main (see adv. clept. p. 84), " 
Thompson L. jr. 219 Main, " 

Stove Manufacturers. 

(See also Iron Founders.) 

Sanborn John C. Concord 

Pond G. N. Holliston 

Bradley George O. Hudson 

Bragdon George, " 

Boston & Maine Foundry Co. Wakefield 

Pratt Miles & Co. Watertown 

Strap Manufacturer. 

Hipkiss Samuel, 5 Main, Charlestown 

Straw Board. 
Pease George W. 2 Warren, Lowell 

Straw Goods Manufacturers. 
Barber T. L. & Co. (hats and honnets), 

South Framingham,Framingham 
Kennedy J. R. " " 

MetcalfG. P. & Co. " " 

Richardson A. (hats and bonnets), " " 

Richardson G. & Son (hats and bonnets), 

South Framingham, " 

MOWRY D. C. & CO, (see adv. dept. p. 189), Holliston 
Robinson G. A. " 

Stucco Workers. 

(See also Masons.) 
MOORE & PLUMMER (see adv. dept. p. 142), Ayer 
Crocker John W. 418 Main, Cambridgeport, Cambridge 
GALLAGHER WILLIAM, 457 Cambridge (see adv. 

dept. p. 169), Cambridgeport, " 

Norval Brothers, 508 Main, " " 

PHILLIPS CYRUS, 61 Franklin (see adv. dept. 

p. 217), Cambridgeport, " 

BOLTON CHARLES, 228 Cambridge (see adv. 

dept. p. 182), East Cambridge, " 

Stevenson Thomas, 139 Spring, " " 



The cases of Geo. Woods Co.'s Organs are of the most beautiful and 
graceful designs. 



320 MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 

Stucco Workers, — continued. . 

CLEARY & O'BRIEN, 416 Main (see adv. dept. 

p. 207), Charlestown 

Titus Daniel, " 

DEARBORN BROS, (see adv. dept. p. 214), Hudson 
Davis O. G. 76 Grand, Lowell 

KELLEY CHAS. H. 239 School (see adv. dept. 

p. 55), " 

PRESCOTI D. M. & CO. 171 Central (see adv. 

dept. p. 17), " 

Puce 11 John W. 45 River, " 

ROLLINS & SARGENT, 59 Central (see adv. dept. 

p. 23), 
Floyd J. G. & Son, Medford 

Northey & Vinal, " 

GARDNER N. W., Melrose Highlands (see adv. 

dept. p. 66), Melrose 

Bucknam D. P. Somerville 

Bucknara J. A. " 

Cahill E. " 

O'BRIEN JAMES P. (see adv. dept. p. 101), Waltham 

Sugar Refineries. 
Revere Sugar Refinery, Water, cor. North, 

East Cambridge, Cambridge 
Union Sugar Refinery, Charlestown 

Sulphuric Acid Manufacturers. 
Boston Copper and Sulphuric Acid Co. Maiden 

Surgeon. 
McCOLLESTER J. Q. A. (examiner for pensions), Ayer 

Surveyors. 
(See also Civil Engineers.) 
Tattle W. D. Acton 

HOVEY HORACE C. Ayer 

Barbour TV. S. 449 Main, Cambridgeport, Cambridge 

Doane T. & J. jr. Charlestown 

PEARSON CHAS. A. 25 City sq. (see advt. p. 24, 

front), " 

Rawson & Wood, Hudson 

Baker Richard W. Lowell 

SARGENT A. F. & N. N., Salem, cor. Ferry, Maiden 
GOODWIN J. 0., Usher's building, High st. (see 

adv. dept. p. 68), Medford 

DAVIS SETH, Auburndale, Newton 

Fuller & Whitney, West Newton, " 

CAYFORD & HALE, Union sq. (see advt. p. 18, 

front), Somerville 



The best place to buy your Watches and Jewelry is at Dodge's, 143 
Main Street, Woburn, 



MIDDLESEX C0UN1T DIRECTORY. 



321 



Bucknam Edwards, 
Farrier Ainasa, 
Hill Amos, 
HARTSHORNE G. 
p. 96), 



S ton eh am 



F. 159 Main (see adv. dept. 

Woburn 



Suspender Manufacturers. 
Churchill J. & Co. Lowell 

Conant J. R. & Co. " 

Cutter & Walker, 48 Central, " 

Guild Henry C. & Co. 18 Central, " 
Thorndike Manufacturing Co., James G-. Buttrick, 

treas. 91 Thorndike, " 

Sword Manufacturers. 
Roby Manufacturing Co. Chelmsford 

Table Cutlery. 

(See also Hardware and Cutlery.) 
MORAN BROS., 238 Cambridge (see adv. dept. p. 

179), East Cambridge, Cambridge 

RICHARDSON FRANK L. 108 Central, cor. 

Hurd (see advt. opp. p. 210), Lowell 

Tack, Brad, and Shoe Nail Manufacturers. 
(See also Nail Manufacturers.) 
STETSON & TALBOT (see adv. dept. p. 187), 

Holliston 

Tag Manufacturers, 

Fiske G. B. Holliston 

American Tag Co. Marlborough 

Tailors. 

(See also Clothing Dealers.) 

Tut ties, Jones & Wetherbee, South Acton, Acton 

Ford John, Arlington 

Draper N. M., Central block, Ashland 

West J. N. 

Bartlett R. T. Ayer 

Cash Matthew, Billerica 

Baxter & Sanborn, Brighton 

Billings Clarence H. 430 Harvard, Cambridge 

CONWAY JAMES, Whitney's block (see adv. 

dept. p. 159), " 

Cram A. L. Mrs. (boys'), 6 Harvard sq. " 

Kimball Wm. 3 Harvard row, " 

Martin Peter, 440 Harvard, " 

McCoy William, 31 Brattle sq. " 

SHEA DENNIS, 18 Brighton (see adv. dept. p. 

174), " 



The cases of Geo. Woods Co.'s Organs are of the most beautiful and 
graceful designs. 

21 



322 MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 

Tailors, — continued. 
Bregan Michael, 538 Main, Cambridgeport, Cambridge 

Dolan Edward J. 553 Main, " " 

Kimball J. Frank, 567 Main, " " 

Mullen John F. 508 Main, " " 
Nelligan Patrick, 533 Main, " 

O'Connell Isaac, Haymarket sq. " " 

Brine Wm. 120 Cambridge, East Cambridge, " 

Durnan Peter, 182 Cambridge, " " 

Higgins James, 110 Cambridge, " " 

McCarty J. 242 Cambridge, " « 

McGinnes Robert, 239 Cambridge, " " 

Shackford I., 70 Cambridge, " " 

Walker Samuel, 49 Cambridge, " " 

Haugh James, North Cambridge, " 
Smith F. L. 

Alberty R. B. 109 Main, Ckarlestown 

Anderson John, 2 Bunker Hill, " 

Bigelow Charles, 1 Monument sq. " 

Bazin J.W.I 2 Sullivan, " 

Cahill Michael, 4 Warren ave. " 

Denvir Wra. 26 City sq. ' " 

DeWolf Lewis E. 134 Main, " 

Doherty Philip, 25 City sq. " 

Foster Isaac S. 86 Main, " 

Lewis B. T. 4 Cambridge, " 

Lewis G T. 324 Main, " 

Lindsay R. M. 240 Main, " 

Long Wm. B. 265 Main, " 

McKay Geo. E. 80 Main, " 

Merrill Stephen, 11 Main, " 
O'Connor D. 27 Park, 

Sager Francis G. 24 Main, " 

Stewart R. S. Concord 
Tuttle Frank, 

Frost S. K. & Co. South Framingham, Framingham 

Sanderson C. J. " " 

Thompson B. Saxonville, " 

Greenwood W. D. Groton 

Simons James F. Holliston 
GIBLIN THOMAS, 

Bates E. A. & Co. Hopkinton 

El lard George, (k 
AMSDEN & HALL, Trowbridge's block (see adv. 

dept. p. 134), Hudson 
BURK1LL JAMES, Manson's Hall (see adv. dept. 

p. 133), " 
BARNES H. H. 5 Canal block, Central st. (see 

adv. dept. p. 45), Lowell 



When you are in Wobiirn, c ill In at Doiljje's and take a look at Ills 
.stock of Watches, Silver Ware, «fcc, 143 Main Street. 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



323 



Bennett Win. S. 11 Central, Lowell 

Birnbaum W. L. 155 Middlesex, " 

Burbank & Winnek, 53 Central, " 

Chase & Sargent, 5 Central, " 

Delany Bernard, 13 East Merrirnac, " 

Delany Derby, 164 Central, " 

Delany D. 329 Central, " 

DELANY THOMAS, 67 Market, " 
FEE FRANCIS, 60 Dutton (see adv. dept. p.^41), " 

Gilman Alfred & Son, 156 Merrirnac, " 

Holland M. Mrs. 4 Prescott's block, " 

Holt Benjamin, 82 Central, " 

Huse Harriet G. (boys'), 3 Canal block, " 

Kileski H. & Co. 30 Central, " 

Lancaster S. T. & Co. 108 and 110 Central, " 
MEADE JOHN, 84 Market, 

Mead Patrick, Stott's building, " 

Murphy John, 68 Merriuiac, " 

O'Neal Hugh, 1 Hurd, " 

Smith George, Merrirnac, cor. Dutton, " 

Weston E. C. & Co. 158 Merrirnac, " 

Wiggins Dudley, 33 Merrirnac, " 

Buckley James B , near Post-office, Maiden 

King T., Abbott's block, " 

Tay F. J, Central sq. " 

Webb Alfred, " 

Lewis F. A., Berry's block, Marlborough 

Quirk Patrick, 4 Central block, " 

Rock John, Boyd's block, " 

Sullivan John, " 

Witherbee Nahum, " 
VAUGHAN DANIEL, Usher's new block, High 
street, Medford square (see adv. dept. page 

68), Medford 

Dowling Nathaniel W., Main, near Essex, Melrose 

Deignan James, 4 Leach's block, Natick 

Demeritt W. F. " 

Edgerton L. R. " 

Flynn W. J. 14 Union block, " 
Edwards William & Co. South Natick, " 

CLEMENT C. C. & CO., Bank block, Reading 

Fletcher F., Pleasant, near Main, " 

Sanderson W. L. Shirley 

Mack Patrick, Somerville 
CATE JOHN M., Main, opp. Aaron Hill's grocery 

(see advt. p. 5, front), Stoneham 

Hill John H. 61 Main, " 

Morley Geo., Franklin, cor. Main, " 

Flagg E. A. Townsend 



Vox Humana" Stop in Geo. Woods Co.'s Organs; it is a 
baritone solo stop, not a mere fan or tremolo. 



324 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



Tailors, — continued. 
BLAIR WILLIAM, Cartwright's block (see adv. 

dept. p. 74), Wakefield 

CATE JOHN M., Main, cor. Centre (see advt. 

p. 5, front), « 

JONES WM. B., Brown's block (see adv. dept. p. 

75), 
Pinkham H. P., Main, cor. Mechanic, " 

AppellA. 361 Main, Waltham 

Baraber Asher, 2 Eagle block, " 

BARTON THOMAS J. 281 Main (see advt. p. 23, 

front), " 

BOND & GAY, Moody, cor. Crescent (see advt. 

front cover), " 

McMASTER ARCHIBALD, Post-office building, 

Watertown 
Rogers A. B. " 

CHURCHILL J. 149 and 150 Main (see adv. dept. 

p. 90), Woburn 

CREHAN PATRICK, 225 and 227 Main, 
Gage G. R. & Co. 171 Main, " 

GRANT A. 169 Main (see adv. dept. p. 90), " 

McGonagle John, 236 Main, " 

Teare P. 221 Main, " 

Wheelock & Son, 148 Main, " 

Tyler J. P. North Woburn, " 

Tallow Chandlers. 
(See also Soap and Candle Manufacturers.) 
LITTL*EFIELD & RANDALL, Ash st. (see adv. 

dept. p. 76), Reading 

Tank Builders. 
CAMPBELL BROS. & CO. (iron), 356 Main 

(see adv. dept. p. 157), Cambridgeport, Cambridge 
Kendall & Roberts, 92 Main, " " 

DOBBINS WILLIAM, Dutton, near Mechanics 

Mills (see adv. dept. p. 43), Lowell 

Pettingell John (wooden), Mechanics Mills, " 

Tanners and Curriers. 
Holmes Jabez & Co. South Acton, Acton 

Alley J. B. & Co. Ayer 

Fisher F. North Cambridge, Cambridge 

KueblerM. " " 

Muller Wm. " " 

Guild Chester & Sons, rear 573 Main, Charlestown 

Hall George S. " 

Lane George, " 

McGinnis P. 5 Hamilton, " 



Frank B. I>odge, 143 Main Street, Woburn, will till orders for Goods 
at Manufacturers' Prices. Give him n call. 





MIDDLESEX COUNTY 


DIRECTORY. 


325 


Whittemore George, 




Everett 


Corney & Cleveland, 




Hopkinton 


HUDSON TANNING CO. 




Hudson 


COOK ELDRIDGE G. Ayer City, 


Lowell 


FRYE NATHAN W. (curriers), 


Ayer City, 


a 


Gates J. & Son, 




44 


Hubbard & Blake, 




a 


Webster & Edge worth, 




Maiden 


Curry E. A. 




[Stoneham 


Lord Thomas, 




tt 


Tidd William & Co. 




« 


Lee William H. 




Tewksbury 


Orr John, 




Towns-end 


Perry, Cutler & Co. 




Wilmington 


Bachelder & Furbush, 




Winchester 


Corey E. W. & Co. 




44 


Johnson W. 




(( 


Maxwell J. F. 




<( 


Moseley A. 




U 


Nutter L. 




44 


WaldmyerP. & Co. 




44 


Bishop *C. J. & Co. 




Woburn 


Blake, Higbee & Co. 




41 


Conn Horace & Co. 




44 


Crane John P. & Co. 




44 


Cummings E. & Co. 




a 


Linnell, Parker & Co. 




44 


Maxwell John, 




(( 


Pollard S. 0. & Co. 




U 


Shaw, Taylor & Co. 




44 


Skinner James & Co. 




44 


Thompson A. & Co. 




(4 


Winn J. B. & Co. 




(4 


Fiye & Thompson, 


East Woburn, 


Cummings J. 0. & Co. 


North Woburn, " 


Winn, Eaton & Co. 


cc 


(« 


Tap and Die Manufacturers. 




ELLIOTT & SMITH, 3 Cushin 


g (see adv. 


dept. 


p. 29), 




Lowell 


SMITH S. C, Harris Mills (see 


adv. dept. p 


. 6), " 


Tap or Reamer Wrench Manufacturer. 


HUNTOON GEO. W., Hall, near Cabot (see adv. 


dept. p. 14), 




Lowell 


Tape Manufacturers. 




Derby Henry C. 




Watertown 


White William & Son, 




" 





Aeoline" Stop in Geo. Woods Co.'s Organs, 
beautiful soft or breathing-stop. 



It is a most 



326 MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



Taxidermist. 
Gammons R. F. West Newton, Newton 

Tea, Coffee, and Spices. 
(See also Grocers.) 
Hall Orrin, 9 Harvard square, Cambridge 

Myeth James H. 6 Brattle, " 

WOOD ALFRED (see adv. dept. p. 153), » 

Gay & Walker, 649 Main, Cambridgeport, " 

Maguire James, North Cambridge, " 

CHINA TEA CO. 2 Merrimac (see adv. dept. p. 

3), Lowell 

Fairfield Allen, 21 Merrimac, " 

Hartley Henry, 21 Warren, " 

Hughes John, 51 Market, " 

Kittredge H. G. 12 John, 
O'NEIL CHAS., Milk, near Medford (see advt. 

front colored), Somerville 

Stratton T. D., Main, near Bank, Waltham 

Teacher (Music). 
ELLIS B. G. 3 Pond's block (see adv. dept. p. 

148), Hudson 

Telegraph Manager. 
HORTON SPARROW, 165 Main, Woburn 

The Piano Organ. 
GEORGE WOODS CO. (see right hand foot lines), 

Cambridge 
Ticket Agents. 
Brickett H. W. (Western), Lowell 

Framingham & Lowell R. R., E. J. Crossman, 22 

Central, " 

Tin Can Manufacturer. 
Pierce Charles E. 35 Elm, Cambridgeport, Cambridge 

Tinsmiths and Sheet Iron Workers. 
(See also Stove Dealers and Tinsmiths.) 
Chase Jacob C. 45 Cambridge, Cambridgeport, Cambridge 
Greenwood Win, P. 509 Main, " « 

PRATT CHAS. O. & CO. 226 Cambridge (see 

adv. dept. p 175), East Cambridge, " 

Griffin G. II , Henderson's block, North Cambridge, " 
Blood Charles, Groton 

Comerv & Palmer, Hopkinton 

F1TTS & TURNER (see adv. dept. p. 189), Holliston 
Rawson Isaac G. '• 



Bnv your Goods a«|Home. Snve time and Money \>y calling at Dodge' 
143 Main Street, Woburn. 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 327 



BRAGDON GEORGE (see adv. dept. p. 128), Hudson 
MAYNARD A. L. (see adv. dept. p. 136), « 

PLAISTED & PRATT, 200 Dutton (see adv. 

dept. p. 20), Lowell 

Wheelock F. E. Marlborough 

Daily A. U., Main, near Essex, Melrose 

Crofoot E. 11 Union block, Natick 

HOLMES CHARLES, junction Washington and 

Milk, Somerville 

Tinware Manufacturers. 
(See also Stove Dealers and Tinsmiths.) 
Dover Stamping Co. Cambridgeport, Cambridge 

White C. 387 Cambridge, " " 

PRATT C. O. & CO. 226 Cambridge (see adv. 

dept. p. 175), East Cambridge, " 

Gibson G. Charlestown 

HADLEY & WRIGHT, 333 Main (see adv. dept. 

p. 199), 
Iron Clad Can Co. 22 City sq. " 

GODDARD ALONZO (milk cans), Main, near 

Centre depot (see adv. dept. p. 122), Lexington 

Carroll E. M. & Co. 6 Bridge, Lowell 

Martin & Strong, 128 Middlesex, " 

McLarney J. A. & Co. 260 Middlesex, " 

WHITTEN W. T. 148 and 154 Central (see adv. 

dept. pp. 50 and 51), " 

Tin Plate Workers. 
COMEY & PALMER, Hopkinton 

Tobacco Machinery. 
RAWSON & HITTINGER (see adv. dept. p 

167), Cambridgeport, Cambridge 

Tobacconists. 
(See Cigars.) 

Toy Manufacturer. 
Houghton J. T. Hudson 

Toy Stores. 
(See also Variety Stores.) 
McElroy William, 440 Harvard, Cambridge 

Gardner J. W. 207 Cambridge, East Cambridge, " 

EASTMAN CHAS. E. 217 Main, Charlestown 

Whittemore A. 45 Main, *' 

BEMIS CYRUS W. (see adv. dept. p. 188), Holliston 
Houghton J. T. Hudson 

Hobbs Geo. W. 83 Main, Lowell 



Hear the " Piano " Stop in Geo. Woods Co.'s Organs. It is a piano of 
exquisite quality of tone which, will never require tuning. 



328 MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 

Toy /Stores, — continued. 

Knowles Brothers, 45 Central, Lowell 
Sails E. S. 95 Central, 

Peak H. N. Medford 

ROBINSON B. S. 375 Main, Waltham 

Dewhurst William, Woburn 

Horton Sparrow, 162 Main, " 

Sykes Joseph, 262 Main, " 

Wood Artemas, 182 Main, " 

Trimming Stores. 
Frary LeRoy S. 643 Main, Cambridgeport, Cambridge 
Lynch Mary Mrs. 209 Cambridge, 

East Cambridge, " 

COUGHLAN E. B. Miss, Pleasant, opp. Linden 

(see adv. dept. p. 60), Maiden 

Edgarton & Chapman, Shirley 

Tripe Dealers. 

(See also Butchers.) 
Adams Smith, Walker, Lowell 

Derby H. C. Watertown 

WHITE W. & SONS, Watertown (see adv. dept. 

p. 97), " 

Truckman. 
FIELD P. P. opp. depot, Holliston 

Trunk and Valise Manufacturers and Dealers. 
(See also Harness Makers.) 

FISKE JONAS (see adv. dept. p. 108), Brighton 

Hayes Alvin, 577 Main, Cambridgeport, Cambridge 

Rand J. W. 71 Main, Charlestown 

Allen J. G. 46 Central, and 3 Prescott, Lowell 

Knowles Brothers, 45 Central, " 

Marriott John, jr. 58 Central, " 

MOLLOY GEORGE, 15 Market, " 

Cleland John & Co. Natick 

Randall R. H. & Co. 14 Union block, 
NORRIS J. T. 5 Sime's block (see adv. dept. p. 

77), Reading 

Horton R. & Sons, East Somerville, Somerville 

Hall George, Stonehain 

Crosby Charles, 303 Main, Waltham 

McWHIRTER GEORGE, Main, opp. Post office 

(see adv. dept. p. 98), Watertown 

Hammond J. W. 181 Main, Wobnrn 

Haynes A. V. 215 Main, " 

Wheelock & Son, " 



Silver Ware made to order at Dodge's, 14a Main Street, Wobuiu, less 
than Boston prices. 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 329 

Trunk Cleat Manufacturer. 
Harlow Charles, 178 Broadway, Cambridgeport, 

Cambridge 

Tube Manufacturers. 
AMERICAN TUBE WORKS (seamless drawn 
brass and copper tubing) (see advt. p. 26 front), 

Sonierville 
Turners of Wood. 
(See Wood Turners.) 

Twine and Line Manufacturers. 

(See also Rope Manufacturers.) 

Dale Patrick J. Arlington 

Lister James, Billerica 

Cowan Dennis (see adv. dept. p. 165), 

North Cambridge, Cambridge 
Faber Thomas, Everett 

Faber William H. '' 

Silver Lake Co. Newtonville, Newton 

Bigys Wm. Wakefield 

MARLOW WILLIAM (see adv. dept. p. 96), 

East Woburn, Wobnrn 
MARLOW T. & D. (see adv. dept. p. 89), " 

Twine and Seine Manufacturers. 
Lowell Yarn and Twine Mills, Geo. H. Thompson, 

241 Middlesex, Lowell 

Umbrella and Parasol Dealer and Repairer. 

Rugg Chester W. 75 & 77 Merrimac, Lowell 

Undertakers, 
(See also Coffin Warerooms.) 
D wight Francis, South Acton, Acton 

Hartwell John H. Arlington 

Seaver Wm. Ashland 

Stone Abel, Ayer 

Tuttle L. B. " 

WRIGHT W. & SON (see adv. dept. p 139), 
Simonds George, Bedford 

Richardson J. M. Belmont 

Bowers Albert, Billerica 

Osgood Samuel, " 

Wetherbee Edward, Boxborough 

BILLINGS JEROME, Union sq. (see adv. dept, 

p. 17 front), Allston, Brighton 

COGSWELL JAMES A. (see adv. dept. p. Ill), " 
Marion Abner P. Burlington 



the beautiful new styles of cases in GEORGE WOODS CO. 
Organs. 



330 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



Undertakers, — continued. 
DEVENS THOMAS, 414 Cambridge (see adv. 

dept. p. 167), Cambridgeport, Cambridge 

Hunt Samuel F. 32 Bigelow, " " 

Litchfield Judson, 488 Main, " " 

Litchfield Roland, 477 Main, " 

Pear John, 28 Front, " " 

TAYLOR W. A. 562 Main (see adv. dept. p. 

157), Cambridgeport, " 

Wyeth Benjamin F. 10 Harvard row, " " 

Casey William, 104 Fourth, East Cambridge, " 

Coveney John W. 39 Gore, " " 

HAD LEY A. A. 190 Cambridge (see adv. dept. 

p. 178), East Cambridge, " 

Lockhart Charles H. 203 Bridge, " " 

LOCKHART WILLIAM L., Bridge, cor. Third 

(see adv. dept. p. 180), East Cambridge 
Duren Georsje F. 



Coburn E. N. 21 Soley, 
Perry John L. 80 Warren, 
Reade John, 187 Main, 
Proctor Charles, 
Sheldon A. H. 
By am S. E. 
Pollard Dawson, 



Carlisle 
Charlestown 



Chelmsford 
North Chelmsford, " 

South Chelmsford, " 

West Chelmsford, 
FARRAR WILLARD T. (see adv. dept. p. 118), 

Concord 
Goodenow Joseph W. Saxonville, Framingham 

Kendall A. G. 
Livermore Nathaniel, 

BEMIS CYRUS W. (see adv. dept. p. 188) 
Adams J. V. 
Haley John, 

Kempton Samuel, " 

Whittemore Jonathan, " 

ELLITHORP LEVI P. (see adv. dept p. 129), Hudson 
Priest Silas, 
Kendall Oliver W. 
Barnes Eda B. 
Robbins N. B. 
Brooks J. W. 19 Prescott, 
CHAMBERLIN C. T. 45 Prescott (see adv. 

p. 16 front), 
Currier B. 23 Prescott, 
HANNAVOR TARRENCE, 28 Gorham, 
HILL CHARLES, Irving, cor. Main (see 

dept. p. 62) 



Groton 

Holliston 

Hopkinton 



Lexington 

Lincoln 

Littleton 

Lowell 

dept. 



adv. 



Maiden 



Fay Hiram W. 
Giblin & Ostalman, 



Marlborough 



Frank B. Dodge, Watches, Jewelry, SilverWare, Sewing 3Iacliines, 
Musical Instruments, Fancy tioods, <fcc, 143 Main Street, Woburn. 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 33 1 


Fowler Henry, 


Maynard 


NICHOLS GEORGE, Main, adv. 


dept. p. 69), 


Medford 


Howard Nathaniel, 


Melrose 


Adams James, Central Court, Natick 


Burks A. W. 


» 


Hammond Thomas, 


(t 


Leland C. C. 


" 


Williams Thomas, 


" 


Perry E. 


South Natick, " 


Peck John A. 


Newton Centre, Newton 


Gammons J. E. 


West Newton, " 


Cook Asa A. 


Upper Falls, " 


Abbott Sumner S. 


North Reading 


Titus Moses, 


Pepperell 


Gleason Gilman C. 


Reading 


Holclen Seth R. 


Shirley 


Lawrence 0. F. 


" 


RAFFERTY PATRICK, 


Milk, cor. Church (see 


advt. p. 20, front), 


Somerville 


Runey Horace B., Cross, cor. Fountain ave. 


Messer D. H. 


Stoneham 


Whitcher Hazen, 


"■ 


Willis J. L. 


Sudbury 


Preston H. E. 


Tewksbury 


Seaver Thomas F. 


Townsend Centre, Townsend 


Gleason Miletus, ■ 


West Townsend, " 


Bntterfield Luther, 


Tyngsborough 


Coburn Reuben S. 


" 


Swan Eben, 


« 


Walton Jotham, 


Wakefield 


Walton Oliver, 2d, 


it 


Gregg Alexander, 


Watertown 


Bullard Joseph, 


Way land 


Day Amos, 


Westford 


Jones Theodore, 


Weston 


Nichols Samuel B. 


Wilmington 


Sharon Joseph D. 


Winchester 


ALLEN L. HOUGHTON 


(see adv. dept. p. 87), 




Woburn 


LITTLE JAMES, 242 Main (see adv. dept. p. 92), " 


Upholsterers. 


(See also Furniture.) 


Twiss J. W. (see adv. dept. 


p. 92), Ashland 


Tuttie L. B. 


Aver 


WRIGHT W. & SON (see adv. dept. p. 139), 


Holt J. A., Palmer, 


Cambridge 





A visit to the vvarerooms and factory of Geo. Woods Co., G24r Main st. 
Cambridgenort, will amply repay all interested in music. 



332 MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 


Upholsterers, — continued. 




Robart John, 27 Brattle sq. 


Cambridge 


Bishop C. H., Prospect, cor. Cambridge, 




Cambridgeport, 


cc 


Bishop G. H., Hampshire, cor. Prospect, 




Cambridgeport, 


cc 


Blake Thomas C, Broadway, cor. Elm, 




. Cambridgeport, 


a 


Mattoon J. jr. 642 Main, " 


« 


KELSEY A. H. & J. H. 4 Pearl (see adv. 


dept. 


p. 165), Cambridgeport, 


" 


Swett Lewis C. & Co. 600 Main, " 


cc 


Kelly F. A. 108 Fourth, East Cambridge, 


cc 


MORAN BROTHERS, 238 Cambridge (see 


adv. 


dept p. 179), East Cambridge, 


a 


Phillips A. 52 Fifth, " 


cc 


BLOOD & AKINS, 369 Main (see adv. dept. p. 


197), 


Charlestown 


SAUNDERS Z. M. 478 Main, 


cc 


NEWTON W. F. & CO. (see adv. dept. p. 


133), 




Hudson 


Adams & Co. 7 Central, 


Lowell 


Gardner Theodore F. 331 Merrimac, 


cc 


Offutt George & Son, 135 Central, 


(( 


RAY WM. H. 13 Middle (see adv. dept. p. 


41), « 


Walker W. A. 9 and 11 Middle, 


(C 


WYMAN J. H. 75 East Merrimac (see 


adv. 


dept. p. 41), 


IC 


DESMOND T. G., Stanwood block, opp. B. 


&M. 


depot, 


Maiden 


Taylor & Pratt, Central sq. 


cc 


Teele Benjamin R., Medford sq. 


Medford 


Adams James, Central court, 


Natick 


Atwood M. 5 Pond, 


" 


GRACE W. F., Cole's block (see adv. dept. p. 


112), 


Newton 


I emon Henry jr., Warner's block, 


" ■ 


Wetherbee B. S. 


cc 


Trow E. S. & Co. 


Wakefield 


Marcv John S. 226 Main, 


Woburn 


FOSTER WILLIS H. (see adv. dept. p. 92) 


cc 


Valve Manufacturers. 




Chapman Valve Co. (steam), 


Waltham 


Variety Stores. 




(See also Fancy Goods.) 




PARSONS RICHARD S., opp. Town Hall 


(see 


adv. dept. p. 104), 


Brighton 



Prank i!. Dodge, Watchmaker, 14:3 Main Street, Woburii. Watches 
Repaired. 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



333 



Greenleaf M. H. Brighton 
Alden T. 546 Main, Cambridgeport, Cambridge 

Cahill Mary E. 486 Cambridge, " " 

Dallenger William, 155 Harvard, " " 

Fitzgerald John T. 412 Cambridge, " " 

Porter J. Cushing, 30 River, " " 

Sanger Jane Mrs. 427 Main, " " 

Weflman Samuel E. 41 Brookline, " " 

Brady B. Miss, 15 Vine, East Cambridge, " 

Coburn S. A. Mrs. 109 Cambridge, " " 

Bull Sidney A. Carlisle 

Baylies L. 144 Chelsea, Charlestown 

Brown Joseph, 328 Main, " 

Byrne S. A. 460 Main, " 

Chase Henry, 17 Perkins, " 

Conner S. Mrs. 68 Bow, " 

Devine Ann, 38 Vine, " 
EASTMAN CHAS. E. 217 Main, 

Hunt Sarah, 58 Bunker Hill, " 

Hyde James, 19 Charles River ave. " 

Kelley James, 16 Bunker Hill, " 

Lawler Patrick, 57 Moulton, " 

Meart A. 472 Main, " 
MERRILL HENRY J. 226 Bunker Hill (see adv. 

dept. p. 191), ■" 

Perkins Nathan G. 165 Bunker Hill, " 

Selby M. Mrs. 242 Main, " 

Tarbox George W. 247 Bunker Hill, " 

Thomas J. & M. 440 Main, " 

Wemwys C. C. 232 Bunker Hill, " 

White Mary, 18 Bainbridge, " 

WHITCOMB H. L. Concord 

WOOLEY CHARLES, JR. Groton 

Abbott Sarah A. Mrs. 316 Merrimac, Lowell 

Aldrich A. S. Mrs. 54 Dutton, " 

Bagly Patrick, " 

Banfield Joel, 119 Middlesex, " 

Barnes Carrie Mrs. 121 Middlesex, " 

Bartlett H. E. & Co. " 

Bassett James, 166 Market, " 

Bean John W. 187 Central, " 

Benson Daniel, 58 Lawrence, " 

Besse J. V. 15 Tilden, " 

Black William, 290 Merrimac, " 

Boyle Dollie Mrs. 17 River, " 

Bulwer Sarah A. 70 Middlesex, " 

Burns John, 10 River, " 
CAHILL JOHN, 66 Suffolk, 

Carlton Amos, 2 Tilden, " 



Geo. Woods Co.'s Parlor and Vestry Organs are not equalled for 
purity and brilliancy of tone. 





334 MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 


Variety Stores, — continued. 




Clark Jane Mrs. 179 Central, 


Lowell 


Clark Marie T. Miss, 10 Tilden, 


cc 


Collins H. Mrs., Dummer, 


cc 


Collins J. T., Moody, cor. Suffolk, 


cc 


Condon Mary, 51 Adams, 


" 


Coughlin Mary, 17 Dummer, 


" 


Cuff Richard, 53 Dutton, 


" 


Currin John, 4 Paige, 


cc 


Curtis Rose M. Mrs. 197 Central, 


(C 


Davey M. 82 Market, 


cc 


Devlin James, 24 Gorham, 


cc 


Donakoe P. 4 Bridge, 


(4 


Doughty Rachel, 189 Central, 


(( 


Dowling John, 185 Gorham, 


tC 


Downing William, 39 Adams, 


cc 


Doyle Margaret, 294 Merrimac, 


" 


Drury Thomas, 77 Charles, 


(4 


Duchame N., Middlesex, 


cc 


Dunlovy Nancy, 114 Suffolk, 


(( 


Dunn William Mrs., Dutton, cor. Wamesit court, 


(C 


Dwoley Edward, 335 Central, 


cc 


Eacott William, 26 Water, 


cc 


Elliott Edmund Mrs. 29 Bridge, 


cc 


Elliott Sarah G. Mrs 13 Tilden, 


" , 


Emerson Daniel, 34 Fayette, 


" 


ENTWISTLE SQUIRE, 177 Central, 


cc 


Fisher M. Mrs. 219 Middlesex, 


" 


Fisher Sumner, 87 Broadway, 


" 


Fitzpatrick Owen, Chapel, cor. Central, 


cc 


Frost A. 1 Tilden, 


" 


Garrin M. E. 


cc 


Gawler Charles, 175 Central, 


cc 


Gee William Mrs. 8 Tilden, 


« 


Gilchrist Margaret, 18 Market, 


tc 


Glidden M. A. 140 Central, 


cc 


Gordon S. A. Mrs. 172 Suffolk, 


cc 


Green Jane Mrs. 1 93 Lawrence, 


u 


Hardy Julia, 212 Merrimac, 


" 


Harris R. A. 134 Suffolk, 


" 


Herrick Edward S. 174 Suffolk, 


cc 


Holt A . T 2 Merrimac House block, 


cc 


Howard Thomas, 193 Gorham, 


" 


Huntley John, 93 Moody, 


cc 


Huntoon Roxie Miss, 


cc 


Irvin James, 145 Central, 


" 


Johnson Charles W. 6 Tilden, 


cc 


Johnson Mary Mrs. 53 Dutton, 


(C 


Jones C. N. 88 Gorham, 


cc 



Frank K. l>odge, Optician, 143 Main Street, Wofouvn, dealer in Spec- 
tacles and Eyeglasses, 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



335 



KELLEY CHARLES H. MRS. 239 School, 

Kenney Mary Mrs. 5 Cabot, 

Latnere John, 3 Parker block, 

Lane Martha, 252 Merrimac, 

Lathe Nathaniel, 

Lavender Mary, 

Leary D , Middlesex, cor. Mclntire, 

Mahoney Hannah, 4o Adams, 

Malkey J. P. 76 Market, 

Manning Thomas, 306 Merrimac, 

Mansur George, 64 Dntton, 

Marble C. H. 330 Merrimac, 

Martin Daniel, 20 Broadway, 

MAYBERRY BENJAMIN B. 76 Middlesex, 

McCarron James, 167 Gorham, 

McDonnell A. Mrs. 

McGovern F. Mrs. 1 East Merrimac, 

McGuire C. 25 Summer, 

McDONELL WILLIAM, 285 Middlesex, 

McKellar David, 115 Market, 

McKenna Owen, 18 Paige, 

McLaughlin Dennis, 71 River, 

McLaughlin James, 58 Gorham, 

McNeil Mary Mrs. 1 Bridge, 

Melville E. E. Mrs. 11 Tilden, 

Mercy Larry, 288 Merrimac, 

Muldoon Thomas, 57 Market, 

Murphy James, Broadway, cor. Marian, 

Murphy P. 15 Summer, 

Nolan Michael, Wamesit, cor. Abbott, 

O'Connell John, 17 Luce, 

O'Connor John, Dutton, cor. Fletcher, 

O'Donald M. Mrs. 11 East Merrimac, 

O'Donell E. G. 280 Merrimac, 

O'Hara Lucy, 82 Adams 

O'Hern Michael, 102 Suffolk, 

O'Neil Dennis, 173 Gorham, 

Perkinson James, 139 Market, 

Pierce Mary Mrs. 99 Moody, 

Plummet- D. S. 262 Middlesex, 

Purcell Charles, 68 Charles, 

QUIRK P. 158 Market, 

Ragan P. 70 Market, 

Riley James E. 29 Middlesex, 

Riley Mary, 298 Merrimac, 

Riley Owen, 21 Cross, 

Ryan Forbes W. Ill Broadway, 

SENIOR GEORGE MRS. 220 Merrimac, 

Shaw Ruth S. 125 Middlesex, 



Lowell 



George Woods Co.'s Combination Solo Stops are remarkable for the 
beauty and variety of the musical effects of which they are capable. 



336 MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 

Variety Stores, — continued. 
Sherman Mary A. Mrs. 12 Tilden, Lowell 

Slater Martha, 354 Central, " 

Slavin Mary Mrs. 75 Gorhain, " 

Smith C. M. 246 Merrimac, " 

Sparks John, 342 Merrimac, " 

Spanieling David S. 344 Merrimac, " 

Spellman James, 63 Dutton, " 

Stanton C. P. 75 Adams, " 

Stinson N. S. Mrs. 7 Merrimac, " 

Sullivan Ann, 134 Market, " 

Sullivan William, 28 Salem, " 

Swett Jennie B. 356 Merrimac, " 

Tancred John, 45 Salem, 4t 

Taylor B. B. 205 Lawrence, " 

Tobin Mary, 3 Dnmmer, " 

Upham J. 52 Dutton, " 

Walker D. A. 334 Merrimac, " 

Whitteker H. 80 Gorham, 

Wing Jane T. 10 John, " 

Atkins J. L. 4 Main, Maiden 

Batman Thomas M., Central sq. " 

CROCKER A. F., Pleasant, opp. Washington (see 

adv. dept. p. 61), " 

HILL S. T., Pleasant, near Post-office (see aclv. 

dept. p. 65), " 

Newhall W. J., Central sq. " 

Reagh Lydia Mrs. Maplewood, " 

Chase Anna V Miss, Medford 

Peak Horatio N. " 

Dunn S. O. 9 Union block, Natick 

Fairbanks J. B. 6 Union block, " 

Berry E. J. Miss, Auburndale, Newton 

Pierce F. L. Mrs. Newtonville, " 

Smith E. J. Miss, West Newton, " 

Stacey C. H. " " 

Gleason L E. Reading 

Anderson & Sparrow, Union square, Somerville 

Dimond L A., Union square, " 

Dayton N. L. East Somerville, " 

Temple T. G., Broadway, cor. Marshall, 

North Somerville, " 
Foster C. P., Main, opp. Post-office, Wakefield 

RIDEOUT L. J. MRS., Main, opposite 

Avon, " 

Wooley George, Main, cor. Church, Waltham 

Dewhurst Wm. 176 Main, Woburn 

Jayne F. C. «« 

Sykes Joseph, " 



Frank B. Dodge, 142 Main Street, Woburn. Watches and Jewelry- 
Repaired in tlie best manner. 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 337 

Varnish Dealers. 
COBURN C. B. & CO. 1 and 3 Mechanics block 

(see advt. front cover), Lowell 

"Varnish Manufacturers. 

Burbank S. & Son, Charlestown 

Porter J. & Co. " 

HOPSON WM. (patent Mead varnish) (see advt. 

back colored), Everett 

Kendall Jonathan, 91 and 93 Market, Lowell 

Butler & Baker (black varnish), Edgeworth, Maiden 

Ventilators. 
Cushing Daniel & Co. Lowell 

Veterinary Surgeons. 

Jennings Joseph H. 13 Green, Cambridgeport, Cambridge 
Putnam Lewis, North Cambridge, " 

WOOD ROBERT, cor. Bartlett and High (see adv. 

dept. p. 49), ' Lowell 

Kent James C. Newtonville, Newton 

Thayer E. F. West Newton, " 

Vinegar Manufacturers. 

Danzeger M. 31 Eighth, East Cambridge, Cambridge 

Barker Henry, Charlestown 

Perham H. S. Chelmsford 

Putnam Israel & Son, " 
BARROWS BROTHERS (see adv. dept. p. 148), Groton 

Hayes J. Holliston 
KETT J. W. 

Leland Augustine, East Holliston, " 

Whiting Harrison, " " 

Eames Edward A. Hopkinton 

Howes S. W. " 

Haynes Amos, Washington, cor. Myrtle, Somerville 

Durant & Walker, East Somerville, " 

Wadding and Batting Manufacturers. 
Lowell Wadding & Paper Co. 1 Congress, Lowell 

Bacon John H. (cotton & woolen), Winchester 

Wagon Makers. 

{See also Carriage Manufacturers ; also Wheelwrights.) 
KENNEDY J. (see adv. dept. p. 107), 

Allston, Brighton 
Pierce Benjamin, " " 

HURD A. D., Palmer, bet. Brattle and Church 

(see adv. dept. p. 165), Cambridge 



The eases of Geo. Woods Co.'s Organs are of the most beautiful and 
graceful designs. 

22 



338 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



Cambridge 



184), 



Newton 



Wagon Makers, — continued. 
Brown Daniel, 8 Palmer, 
Ross & Elliott, Brighton, 
ANDERSON J. F. 18 Soden (see adv. dept. p. 

160), Cambridgeport, 

Wortben J. R., Western ave. " 

PAULSON & GAFFIGAN, 35 and 37 Gore (see 

adv. dept. p 181), East Cambridge, 
TESSIER F. 89 Bridge (see adv. dept. p. 

East Cambridge, 
Cameron J. H., Washington, near Park, 
Curry Robert, « 

Danforth A. Newtonville, " 

Keegan Patrick, West Newton, " 

Rand Willard, " » 

Warren's Croup Remedy. 
WARREN GEO. W. (see advt. back cover), Brighton 

Waste Dealers. 
Lowell Wadding & Paper Co. 1 Congress, Lowell 

Watch Makers and Repairers. 
(See also Jewelry, etc.) 
Baldwin L. C. South Acton, Acton 

Decoster George H. West Acton, " 

Johnson J. 1 Merrimac House block, Lowell 

HILL S. T., near Post-office (see adv. dept. p. 

65), Maiden 

LEEDHAM J. S., Main, near the bakery (see adv. 

dept. p. 61), « 

Washburn J. H , Main, Natick 

Keeler John, Hyde's block, Newton 

DODGE FRANK B, 142 Main (see left-hand 

foot lines), Woburn 

Watch Manufacturers. 
American Watch Co. Waltham 



Watch Hand Manufacturers. 
Goodell & Winn, Woburn 

Watchmakers' Tools Manufacturers. 
HUNTOON G. W., Hall, cor. Cabot (see adv. 

dept. p 14), Lowell 

Hobbs Geo. E. Waltham 

STARK JOHN, Moody st. south side (see adv. 
dept. p. 100), 

Water and Steam Power. 
WAMESIT POWER CO., D. W. C. Farrington, 
agent, Whipple's Mills (see advt. Miscella- 
neous Dept.), Lowell 






Frank B. Dodge, Dealer in all kind* of Sewing Machines, 143 Main 
Street, Woburn, 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 339 

Water Power. 

PROPS. OF LOCKS AND CANALS ON 
MERRIMAC RIVER, James B. Francis, 
agent (see advt. Miscellaneous Dept.), Lowell 

WAMESIT POWER CO., D. W. C. Farrington, 
agt., Whipple's Mills (see advt. Miscellaneous 
Dept.), 

Water Proof Serges, 

Ventilating Water Proof Shoe Co. Nroth Woburn, Woburn 

Water Wheel Manufacturers. 
STEVENS G. C. & J. F. (see adv. dept. p. 147), Ayer 
Silver & Gay (see adv. dept. p. 123), 

North Chelmsford, Chelmsford 
SWAIN A. M. (see advt. Miscellaneous Dept.), 

North Chelmsford, " 

THE SWAIN TURBINE CO., H. W. Boardtnan, 
agent (see advt. Miscellaneous Dept.), 

North Chelmsford, " 

Lowell Machine Shop, Lowell 

Weather Vane Manufacturers. 
CUSHING L. W. & SONS, Moody, cor. F. R. R. 

(see advt. p. 17, front), Waltham 

Wheel Manufacturers. 

Eames, Bigelow & Co. Framingham 

Framingham Wheel Works, South Framingham, " 

Wheelwrights. 
(See also Carriage Manufacturers; also Wagon Makers.) 

Smith Luke, Acton 

Brooks Amos, South Acton, " 

Farrar Daniel H. " " 

Hall Enoch & Son, West Acton, " 

Buckman Samuel C. Arlington 

Dickson Albert L. " 

Mencbin W. O., Arlington ave. cor. Grove, " 

Hitchcock Geo. L. Ashby 

Taggart Robert A. Ashland 

B HIGH AM & McRAY (see adv. dept. p. 143), Ayer 

Kidder John M. " 

Parsons J. C. " 

Bacon Isaac P. Bedford 

Brooks Edwin M. " 

Staples Henry, " 

Reed Samuel L. Belmont 

Ockacoch A. " 

Wright Jackson, Billerica 



Geo. Woods Co.'s Organs are constructed in the most thorough and 
perfect manner. 



340 MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



Wheelwrights, — continued. 
Brennan John, Brighton 

Caldwell J. W. 

Hayes D. M. " 

Pierce Benjamin, Allston, " 

Vogell George, Brighton Corner, " 
Brown Daniel, 8 Palmer, Cambridge 
HURD AMOS D., Palmer, bet. Brattle and Church 

(see adv. dept. p. 165), " 

JONES A. J., Church, cor. Palmer, " 

Ross & Elliott, . " 

ANDERSON J. F. 18 Soden (see adv. dept. p. 

160), Cambridgeport, " 

Buskirk Charles V. 278 Main, " " 

Martin Wm. H. 442 Main, " " 

Pickett Charles, " " 

Pierce Joseph, 3 River, " " 

Worthen J. R. 4 Western ave. " " 

FELT & COLLINS, 18 Cambridge (see adv. dept. 

p. 181), East. Cambridge, " 

Munroe Enoch, 52 Cambridge, " " 
PAULSON & GAFFIGAN, 35 Gore (see adv. 

dept. p. 181), East Cambridge, " 

Prebeck M., Bridge, n. East, " " 

Henderson Robert, North Cambridge, " 

Webb Wm. W. 
BLAISDELL & JUDKINS, 85 Richmond (see 

adv. dept. p. 208), Charlestown 

Bryant John, 15 Austin, " 

Dickson T. P. 28 Cambridge (see adv. dept. p. 208), " 

DONEVAN CORNELIUS, 529 Medford, " 
GLINES & TRICKEY, Charles River ave. cor. 

Water (see adv. dept. p. 207), " 
HUNNEWELL THOMAS F. 8 Chamber (see adv. 

dept. p. 206), 

Lewis A. rear 408 Main, " 

Meara Michael, 50 Chelsea, " 

Miller James, 3 Middlesex, " 

Pierce George W. & Co., Waverley block, " 

Robinson Benjamin F. 512 Main, " 
PROCTOR CHARLES (see adv. dept. p. 124), 

Chelmsford 
DRAPER WILLIAM L. (see adv. dept. p. 124), 

North Chelmsford, " 

Spaulding Isaiah B. South Chelmsford, " 

Spaulding B., 

Bean L. W. Concord 

Nealey Isaiah, " 

Thayer Isaac F. " 



The toest assortment of Watches, Clocks, and Jewelry, will be found 
at Dodge's, 1 43 Alain Street, Woburn, 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY 


341 


McCoy Edward P. 


Dracut 


Swain Charles J. 


« 


Brooks Lawrence, 


Dunstable 


Jaquith L, 


Everett 


Milton George, 


(< 


Bacon R. W. 


Framingham 


Gill N. 


a 


Hannegan M. 


" 


Hastings Otis F. 


a 


Home Charles E. 


" 


Eames, Bigelow & Co. South Framingham, . 


• Lombard Nathaniel, " 


" 


Wilson B. F. " 


" 


Poston Wm. T. 


Groton 


Russell George, 


« 


Russell Oliver H. 


" 


Haynes & Wight, 


Holliston 


Partridge Joseph, 


" 


Day Frederick, 


Hopkinton 


Gassett Ira, 


" 


Putnam A. C. 


u 


Adams Wm. Woodville, " 


MOULTON WM. H., Wood square (see adv 


dept. 


p. 137), 


Hudson 


Stone Henry, 


(i 


THOMSON BENJAMIN (see adv. dept. p. 


138), « 


Tucker Charles K. 


Lexington 


Brigham Wm. East Lexington, 


MANDLEBURG CARL A. (see adv. dept. p 


122), 


East Lexington, " 


Fletcher Joseph W. 


Littleton 


Hall Charles H. 


" 


Manning Otis, 


u 


Bernard John S. 285 Merrimac, 


Lowell 


Eaton J. B., Williams, 


(< 


GILSON L. G. 330 Middlesex (see adv. 


dept. 


p. 55), 


u 


GREEN AMOS, Fletcher, cor. Franklin (see adv. 


dept. p. 59), 


(( 


Saunders Alfred S. 22 Bridge, 


(( ' 


Swett Wm. L., Pawtucket, near Falls, 


a 


Ayer John L. 


Maiden 


Bates A. M. & Co., Middlesex, cor. Centre, 


i< 


Putnam H. L. & Co. 


(c 


Hemenway E. W. 


Marlborough 


Taylor Levi, 


" 


Brown Ebenezer, 


Maynard 


Moore Henry F. 


Medford 


TEELE & HILL (see adv. dept. p. 70), 


K 





Vox Humana" Stop in Geo. Woods Co.'s Organs; it is 
baritone solo stop, not a mere fan or tremol o . 



342 MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 


WlieelwrigJits, — continued. 


Walker D. Henry, 


Melrose 


Reed D. B. & Co. 


Natick 


Simmons Wm. M. 


« 


Gunning G. H. 


South Natick, " 


Cameron J. H., Washington, near Park, Newton 


Curry Robert, 


" 


Pulcifer John, 


Lower Falls, " 


Keegan Patrick, 


West Newton, " 


Rand Willard, 


u tc 


Howard Elbridge A. 


North Reading 


Durant John, 


Pepperell 


Durant John W. 


" 


Baker Wm. H. 


Reading 


Brown Samuel, 


" 


Ware Arthur B. 


Sherborn 


Ware Vorastus, 


" 


Hopkins S. E. 


Shirley 


McPher Dougal, 


" 


Williams Andrew, 


" 


Leland John, Union sq. 


Somerville 


Elliott James B. 


East Somerville, " 


CHILDS W. WARD (see 


adv. dept. p. 73), Stoneham 


Wall Richard D. 


« 


Brown Edwin, 


Stow 


McKernell James, 


" 


Taylor S. B. 


Sudbury 


Frost Aaron, 


Tewksbury 


Lewis Wm. H. 


Townsend Centre, Townsend 


Wilson Frederic, 


Tyngsborough 


Woodward Sumner, 


u 


Winship J. & S. 


Wakefield 


Ohnemus Andrew, Spring, 


2or. Main, Waltham 


Madden John, 


Watertown 


Tucker John, 


c< 


Pettee Charles A. 


Way land 


Tuttle Nelson, 


Westford 


Garfield Daniel, 


Weston 


Smith Daniel, 


ti 


Jaquith Simeon, 


Wilmington 


Barrett Abel, 


Woburn 


Jones Charles, 


" 


POLLARD CHARLES P. 


opp. Central House (see 


adv. dept. p. 95), 


" 


Whip Manufacturer. 


Darling William, 112 Main, 


Cambridgeport, Cambridge 


Whitewasher and Cleaner. 


Smith E. C. 26 Warren, 


Charlestown 





Si.ver Ware ant 



Jewelry manufactured to order, at Dodge's, 
Main Street. Woburu. 






MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRFCTORY. 343 

Willow Ware Manufacturers. 

Fleming Edwin, Sherborn 

Fleming George, " 

Fleming John, " 

MYERS GEORGE (dealer), 9 Union sq. (see adv. 

dept. p. 72), Somerville 

Window Frame Manufacturer. 
Martin E. M. 4 Cusbing, Lowell 

Window Glass. 

O'DONNELL JAMES, 115 Cambridge, 

East Cambridge, Cambridge 

Window Shades and Curtain Fixtures. 

Moran Bros. 238 Cambridge (see adv. dept. p. 179), 

East Cambridge, Cambridge 
Marden John E. 538 Main, Charlestown 

BROWN & CARTER, 200 Middlesex (see adv. 

dept. p. 185), Lowell 

FISKE & SPALDING, 101 & 103 Central, and 3 and 

4 Jackson (see adv. dept. p. 10), " 

Kittredge A. L. 104 Central, " 

Shorey John & Co. 16 Middlesex, " 

CROCKER A. F., Pleasant, opp. Washington (see 

adv. dept. p. 61), Maiden 

Russell Henry, Watertown 

Wines and Liquors. 

(See Liquor Dealers.) 

Wire Cloth Manufacturers. 

HILDRETH & RICE, 16 Middle (see adv. dept. 

p. 8), Lowell 

Wire Goods Manufacturers. 

Cady George L. 237 Middlesex, Lowell 

HILDRETH & RICE, 16 Middle (see adv. dept. 

p. 8), 
Woods, Sherwood & Co , Bridge, opp. Seventh, 

Centralville, " 

Wire Heddles (patented). 
BROWN D. C. 87 Church, Lowell 

Wire Workers. 
Hale B. S. & Son, Whipple's Mills, Lowell 

Woods, Sherwood & Co., Bridge, opp. Seventh, " 



Hear the "Aeoline" Stop in Geo. Woods Co.'s Organs, It i s a most 
beautiful soft or breathing-stop. 



344 MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 

Wood and Bark. 

(-See also Coal and Wood.) 

Osborn E., Osborn's block, Cambridgeport, Cambridge 
WELLINGTON HORATIO & CO., Cragie's 

bridge (see adv. dept. p. 175), 

East Cambridge, " 

WYMAN WILLIAM, 84 Bridge (see adv. dept. p. 

176), East Cambridge, " 

Trowbridge Wm. F. Hudson 

ADAMS R. O. 15 Prescott (see adv. dept. p. 21), 

Lowell 
Buckley M., Gorham, cor. Union, " 

Donahoe P. 37 Middlesex, . " 

Durant & Simmons, 6 Middlesex, " 

Fitzgerald Charles H. " 

Furbush Charles, " 

Griffin A. M. 62 Rock, " 

Hall E. A. 341 Middlesex, " 

Harris Foster, Merrimac, " 

HARRIS OTIS S. 287 Merrimac (see adv. dept. 

p. 39), 
Henderson S. F. 287 Merrimac, " 

Peabody B. H. 6 Front, Centralville, " 

RICHARDSON & SMITH, 43 Salem (see adv. 

dept. p. 210), 
Ritchie Joseph, 73 Salem, " 

Wood Turners. 
Osborn James D. Cambridgeport, Cambridge 

PRATT D. G. 135 Broadway (see adv. dept. p. 

152), Cambridgeport, " 

SCRANTON H. A. & O. rear 380 Main (see adv. 

dept. p. 172), Cambridgeport, " 

SMART D. C. 382 Main (see adv. dept. p. 168), 

Cambridgeport, " 
ALDRICH MILTON, Mechanics Mills (see adv. 

dept. p. 38), Lowell 

BLAKESLEE GEO. C. 42 Davidson (see adv. 

dept. p. 52), " 

BRADY THOMAS, Mechanics Mills (see adv. 

dept. p. 20), " 

Hadley Addison, " 

TROWBRIDGE GEO. N. & SON, Wamesit 

Steam Mills (see adv. dept. p. 20), " 

Whitney Willard, Wamesit Steam Mills, " 

Barrett C. M. & Co. Natick 

Webber & May, Upper Falls, Newton 

Davis & Telfer, Waltham 



HAIR WORK made to order at DODGE'S, 142 MAIN STREET, 

Woburn. 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 345 

PARKER A. J., Prospect, rear of depot (see adv. 

dept. p. 88), Woburn 

Wood Working Machinery. 
(-See also Machinists.) 
STEVENS G. C. & J. F. (see adv. dept. p. 147), Ayer 
CAREY & HARRIS, 100 Broadway (see adv. 

dept. p. 30), Lowell 

DAVIS ASAHEL, Mechanics Mills (see adv. 

dept. p. 27), " 

Grosvenor J. P, " 

Lawrence Benj., Harris Mills, Broadway, " 

Robinson Wm. & Co., Fletcher, cor. Dutton, " 

WRIGHT A. L., Wamesit Steam Mills (see adv. 

dept. p. 29), " 

Wooden Screw and Clamp Manufacturer. 
ALDRICH MJLTON, Mechanics Mills (see adv. 

dept. p. 38), Lowell 

Wooden Ware Dealers. 
{See also House Furnishing Goods.) 
ROBBINS M. D. 20 Brattle (see adv. dept. p. 

170), Cambridge 

KEITH CHAS. P. 412 Main, Cambridgeport, 
MORAN BROS. 238 Cambridge (see adv. dept. 

p. 179), East Cambridge, " 

FITTS & TURNER (see adv. dept. p. 189), Holliston 
MUNROE & CO., Houghton's block (see adv. 

dept. p. 134), Hudson 

BARNEY ALFRED (wholesale), 6 Jackson (see 

adv. dept. p. 24), Lowell 

Greenwood Brothers, 209 and 211 Lawrence, " 

Trayes William H., Pleasant, near Central sq., Maiden 
MYERS GEO. 9 Union sq (see adv. dept. p. 72), 

Somerville 
Wooden Ware Manufacturers. 
Hall Enoch & Son (tubs, pails and churns), 

West Acton, Acton 
Sargent Samuel, jr. (churns, pails, etc.), " " 

Curr & Wilder (tubs and pails), Ashby 

Kendall Samuel, " 

Parker D. E. (rolling pins and towel rollers), " 

Warner Ralph (tubs, etc.), Concord 

Wetherbee William (pails), Shirley 

Whiteley John (pails and brooms), " 

BISHOP H. R & CO., Broadway, opp. Nunnery 
grounds (see adv. dept. p. 72), 

East Somerville, Somerville 



Hear the " Piano " Stop in Geo. Woods Co.'s Organs. It is a piano ot 
exquisite quality of tone which will never require tuning. 





346 MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 


Wooden Ware Manufacturers , — continued. 
White A. M, & Son (tubs and pails), 

West Town send 


, Townsend 


"Wool and Wool Skins. 




Horn Samuel, School, cor. Middlesex, 


Lowell 


Wool Dryers. 
SARGENT CHAS. G. & SON (see advt. Mis- 
cellaneous Dept.), Graniteville, Westford 


Wool Extract. 




Francis Charles, Lower Falls, Newton 


Wool Pickers. 

Mitchell William, 


Ayer 


Wool Pullers. 




Holmes J. & Co. South Acton, Acton 
Metcalf Alvah (flock), Ashland 
Bennett & Emerson, Melrose 
Hollis John W. Watertown 


Wool Scourers. 




Moore Geo. C. North Chelmsford, 
Carter Albert D., Whipple's Mills, 


Chelmsford 
Lowell 


Wool Stock. 




GRAY, PALMER & PENDERGAST (see 
dept. p. 123), North Chelmsford, 


adv. 
Chelmsford 


Wool Washing Machines. 
SARGENT CHARLES G. & SON (see advt. 

Miscellaneous Dept.), Graniteville, Westford 


Woollen Goods Dealers. 




BARNES H. H. 5 Canal block, Central st. 

adv. dept. p. 45), 
Critchett M. B. 123 Central, 
FEE FRANCIS, 60 Dutton (see adv. dept. p 


(see 

Lowell 

41), " 


Woollen Goods Manufacturers 




Davis, Fales & Co. (cassimeres), Ashland 
Mitchell William, Ayer 
Faulkner J. R. & Co. (flannels), No. Billerica, Billerica 
Talbot C. P. & Co. (flannels), " " 
Baldwin Co. (yarn), North Chelmsford, Chelmsford 
Chelmsford Woolen Mills, John G. White, 

West Chelmsford, " 

. 



MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, all kinds at DODGE'S, 1*2 Main Street, 
Wo burn. 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 347 



Eagle Mills (fine yarns), Isaac Farrington, 

proprietor, West Chelmsford, Chelmsford 

Moore Bros, (worsted yarn), ' : " 

Damon, Smith & Co. (flannels), Westvale, Concord 

Merrimac Mills (fancy cassimeres), Dracut 

Saxonville Mills, Saxonville, Framingham 

Belvidere Woolen Co. (flannels), Charles R. Stott, Lowell 
Faulkner L. W. & Son (flannels), Whipple's Mills, " 
Hamilton Manufacturing Co. (flannels), " 

HOLT JOHN & CO. (cotton and wool flannels), 

45 Davidson (see adv. dept. p. 58), " 

LIVINGSTON, CARTER & CO. (blankets and 

flannels), 7 Thorndike (see adv. dept. p. 11), " 
Merrimac Mills, Edward Barrows, agt. (fancy cas- 
simeres), *' 
Middlesex Co. (piece goods and shawls), " 
Snyder C. B., Whipple's Mills (fancy cassimeres), " 
Sterling Mills. Edward D. Holden, agt. (flannels), " 
U. S. BUNTING CO. (see adv. Miscellaneous 

Dept.), 
Walker William & Co. (tweeds and cassimeres), 

80 Lawrence, " 

WAMESIT WORSTED CO., Whipple's Mills (see 

advt. Miscellaneous Dept.), " 

Assabet Manuf. Co. (blankets, flannels, etc.), Maynard 
Dalby Mills (hosiery and yarns), Newton 

Gleason B. W. & Sons (flannels), Rock Bottom, Stow 
Wilson J. W. Tyngsborough 

Wyman C. H. 

Wyman & Wilson, " 

iEtna Mills, A. O. Davidson, agt. (cassimeres and 

waterproof goods), Watertown 

Kendall Francis (knit goods), " 

Nonantum Knitting Mills (fancy knittings), " 

Abbot Worsted Co. (worsted, etc.), 

Graniteville, Westford 
Moore Brothers (worsted, etc.), " 

West Chelmsford, " 

Woollen Machinery Manufacturers. 
(See also Machinists, etc.) 
Drake Alfred, Lowell 

Lane David, Fletcher, cor. Cushing, " 

PEIRCE JOHN N., Howe (see adv. dept. p. 25), " 
SARGENT CHARLES G. & SON (see advt. 

Miscellaneous Dept.) Graniteville, Westford 

Woolrich's Arabian Spice. 
WOOLRICH & CO. (Arabian Spice and Ridge's 

Patent Food) (see advt. over Calendar), Maiden 



See the beautiful new styles of cases in GEORGE WOODS CO.'S 
Organs. 



348 MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 

"Worsted Aprons. 
Farr William, 138 Middlesex, Lowell 

Worsted Goods Manufacturers. 
Baldwin Co., P. Anderson, agt. 

North Chelmsford, Chelmsford 
Moore Brothers (yarns), West Chelmsford, " 

Saxonville Mills, Saxonville, Framingham 

Dugdale James & Son (yarns, alpaca braids, etc.), 

Wiley, cor. Broadway. Lowell 

LOWELL MANUF. CO. (carpets, shoe lastings 

and serges) (see advt. Miscellaneous Dept.), 
Townson J. Philip (yarns), 241 Middlesex, 
U. S. BUNTING CO., W. H. McDaniels, supt., 
Whipple's Mills (see advt. Miscellaneous 

Dept.), 
WALSH JOHN (yarn), Whipple's Mills (see adv. 

dept. p. 4), 
WAMESIT WORSTED CO., W. H. McDaniels, 

supt., Whipple's Mills (see advt. Miscellaneous 

Dept.), 

Kendall Francis, Watertown 

ABBOTT WORSTED CO. Graniteville, Westford 

Worsted Machinery Manufacturers. 
SILVER & GRAY (see adv. dept. p. 123), 

North Chelmsford, Chelmsford 

Wrench Manufacturers. 
BAR WICK WRENCH CO. (see advt. front 

cover), Holliston 

Wringing Machine Manufacturers. 
Eureka Wringing Machine Co. Waltham 

Yarn Manufacturers. 
RHODES RICHARD (see adv. dept. p. 123), 

North Chelmsford, Chelmsford 
Dugdale James &Son (woolen and worsted), Wiley, 

cor. Broadway, Lowell 

Lowell Yarn and Twine Mill, Geo. H. Thompson, 

241 Middlesex, " 

WAMESIT WORSTED CO., W. H. McDaniels, 
supt., Whipple's Mills (worsted) (see advt. 
Miscellaneous Dept.), Lowell 

WALSH JOHN (woolen), Whipple's Mills (see adv. 

dept. p. 4), " 

ABBOTT WORSTED CO. (worsted), Graniteville, 

Westford 



You can save Money by buying your Goods at Dodge's Jewelry 
Store, llr-J Main Street, VVoburn. 



MISCELLANEOUS DEPARTMENT. 



349 



MISCELLANEOUS DEPAKTMENT. 



THE GOVEKNMENT OF MASSACHUSETTS TOE 1873. 



State Election, Tuesday after the first Monday in November. 




State Government Organises, first Wednesday in January. 



EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. 

Governor. —William B. Washburn, Greenfield. 
Lieutenant-Governor. — Thomas Talbot, Billerica. 



COUNCIL. 



Dist. 

1. — Alfred MACY.Nantucket. 

2. — Seth Turner, Randolph. 

3. — MlLO HlLDRETH, 

Northborough. 

4. — Rufus S. Frost, Chelsea. 

5. — Daniel H. Stickney, 

Groveland. 



Dist. 

6. — Jonathan B. Winn, 

Woburn. 

7. — George Whitney, 

Royalston. 

8. — Edwin Chase, Holyoke. 



Private Secretary of the Governor. — Sidney Andrews, Boston. 
Secretary of the Commonwealth. — Oliver Warner, Northampton. 
Treasurer and Receiver-General and Tax Commissioner. — Charles 

Adams, Jr. , North Brookfield. 
Deputy Tax Commissioner. — D. A. Gleason, Medford. 
Allotment Commissioner. — David Wilder. 
Auditor. — Charles Endicott, Canton. 
Attorney- General. — Charles R. Train, Boston. 
Assistant Attorney-General. — James C. Davis, Boston. 

GOVERNOR'S STAFF. 

Adjutant- General, Inspector-General, Acting Quartermaster-General — 
James A. Cunningham, Gloucester. 

Surgeon-General. — William J. Dale. 

Assistant Adjutant-General. — Nehemiah Brown. 

Assistant Surgeon General. — Anson P. Hooker. 

Surgeon General' s Department. — William C. Capelle, Boston. 

Aides-de-Camp.— Francis W. Palfrey, Boston; Wm. F. Bartlett, 
Pittsfield; William Brant Storer, Cambridge; George Rip- 
ley, Andover. 



visit to tlie waierooms and factory of Geo. Woods Co., 624: Main St. 
Cambridgeport, will amply repay all interested in music. 



350 MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



SENATORIAL DISTRICTS IN MIDDLESEX COUNTY. 

First District. — Charlestown. 

Second District. — Arlington, Belmont, Everett, Maiden, Medford, 
Somerville, Walthani, and Watertown. 

Third District —Cambridge and Brighton. 

Fourth District. — Ashland, Framingham, Holliston, Hopkinton, 
Natick, Newton, Sherborn, Wayland, and Weston. 

Fifth District. — Acton, Ashby, Boxborough, Carlisle, Concord, Dun- 
stable, Groton, Hudson, Lincoln, Littleton, Marlborough, Pep- 
perell, Shirley, Stow, Sudbury, Townsend, Tyngsborough, and 
Westford. 

Sixth District. — Bedford, Billerica, Burlington, Lexington, Melrose, 
North Reading, Reading, Stoneham, Tewksbury, Wakefield, Wil- 
mington, Winchester, and Woburn. 

Seventh District.— Chelmsford, Dracut, and Lowell. 



SENATORS 



FROM MIDDLESEX COUNTY, BY DISTRICTS. 



Dist. Dint. 



1. — Edward Lawrence, 

Charlestown. 

2. — Joseph S. Potter, 

Arlington. 

3. —Robert O. Fuller, 

Cambridge. 

4. — Newton Morse, 

Natick. 



5. — Levi Wallace, 

Pepperell. 

6. — Carroll D. Wright, 

Reading. 

7. — Jeremiah Clark, 

Lowell. 



REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICTS IN MIDDLESEX COUNTY. 

1st District. —Charlestown, 1st Ward. 

2d " Charlestown, 2d Ward. 

3d " Charlestown, 3d Ward. 

ith " Somerville, Maiden, and Everett. 

5th " Medford. 

nth " Arlington and Winchester. 

1th " Cambridge, 1st and 5th Wards. 

Sth " Cambridge, 2d and 4th Wards. 

9th * Cambridge, 3d Ward. 

10th " Newton and Brighton. 

11th " Watertown and Belmont. 

12th " Walthani. 

13th " Natick. 

11th " Holliston and Sherborn. 

15th " Hopkinton and Ashland. 

16th '• Framingham. 

nth " Marlborough. 

lHlh " Hudson, Stow, Boxborough, and Littleton. 

19th " Acton, Sudbury, and Wayland. 

20th " Concord, Littleton, and Weston. 

2lst " Lexington, Bedford, Burlington, and Carlisle. 

22d " Woburn. 

23d '• Stoneham, Wakefield, and Melrose. 

21th " Reading, North Reading, and Wilmington. 

25th " Chelmsford. Billerica, and Tewksbury. 

26th " Lowell, 1st, 2d, and 6th Wards. 

27th " Lowell, 3d Ward. 

28th " Lowell, 4th Ward. 

29th " Lowell, 5th Ward. 

SOth " Dracut, Tyngsborough, Dunstable, and Westford. 

31st " Groton, Pepperell, and Ayer. 

32d " Townsend, Ashby, and Shirley. 



The best Pebbled Spectacles, and Kye Glnsst-s, made to Order at 
Dodge's, 142 Main Street, Woburn. 



MISCELLANEOUS DEPARTMENT. 351 

REPRESENTATIVES 

FEOM MIDDLESEX COUNTY, BY DISTRICTS. 

District 1. Robert R. "Wiley Charlestown 

" 2. John Sampson Charlestown 

I. W. Derby Charlestown 

" 3. Andrew J. Bailey Charlestown 

John H. Studley Charlestown 

" 4. Quincy A. Viual Somerville 

Alonzo H. Evans Everett 

John H. Abbott Maiden 

" 5. Benjamin F. Hayes Medford 

" [6. J. Winslow Peirce Arlington 

" 7. George P. Sanger Cambridge 

" 8. John W. Hammond Cambridge 

Joshua B. Smith , Cambridge 

Asa P. Morse Cambridge 

" 9. Samuel W. McDaniel Cambridge 

" 10. Ezra D. Winslow Newton 

. John W. Hollis Brighton 

" 11. Henderson J. Edwards Watertown 

" 12. William Roberts Waltham 

" 13. Simeon Hardy Natick 

" 14. John M. Batchelder Holliston 

" 15. Moses M. Buck Hopkinton 

" 16. Franklin H. Sprague Framingham 

" 17. Edward L. Bigelow Marlborough 

" 18. Daniel C. Fletcher Littleton 

" 19. Thomas P. Hurlbut ■ Sudbury 

" 20. John B. Moore Concord 

" 21. Elijah Marion Burlington 

" 22. John Cummings Woburn 

" 23. Amos Hill Stoneham 

Richard Britton. . . : Wakefield 

" 24. John S. Coney North Reading 

" 25. Geo. H. Whitman Billerica 

" 26. Joseph L. Sargent Lowell 

Geo. A. Marden Lowell 

" 27. Wm. H. Loughlin Lowell 

" 28. Edward F. Watson Lowell 

" 29. Jonathan Johnson Lowell 

" 30. J.HenryRead Westford 

" 31. Amos J. Saunders Pepperell 

" 32. Samuel S. Haynes Townsend 



UNITED STATES SENATORS FROM MASSACHUSETTS. 

Charles Sumner, Boston Term expires March 3, 1875 

George S. Boutwell, Groton Term expires March 3, 1877 

REPRESENTATIVES TO THE FORTY-SECOND CONGRESS 
FROM MASSACHUSETTS. 

(Terms expire March 3, 1875.) 

District 1. James Burfinton Fall River 

" 2. Benjamin W. Harris , East Bridgewater 

" 3. William Whiting Boston 

" 4. Samuel Hooper Boston 

" } 5. D. W. Gouch Melrose 

" 6. Benjamin F. Butler Gloucester 

" 7. Ebenezer R. Hoar Concord 

" 8- John M. S. Williams Cambridge 

" 9. George F. Hoar Worcester 

" 10. Alvah Crocker Fitchburg 

" 11. Henry L.Dawes , Pittsfield 



Woods Co. 's, Parlor and Vestry Organs are not equalled for 
purity and brilliancy of tone. 



352 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY. 

Incorporated Mat 10, 1643. 
Shire Towns Cambridge (East) and Lowell. 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Judge of Probate and Insolvency. . . George M. Brooks Concord 

Register of Probate and Insolvency .Joseph H. Tyler (E.) Cambridge 

Assistant Reg. " " .Isaac F. Jones (E.) Cambridge 

Clerk of the Courts Theodore C. Hurd Framingham 

Assistant " John J. Sawyer Somerville 

Register of Deeds (South District). . . Chas. B. Stevens — (E. ) Cambridge 

Register of Deeds (North District). .Ithamar W. Beard Lowell 

County Treasurer Amos Stone Charlesiown 

Sheriff. Charles Kimball Lowell 



COUNTY-COMMISSIONERS. 

Natick, Harrison Harwood. 

Tewksbury, Leonard Huntress. 

Maiden, Joseph H. Waitt. 

The jurisdiction of the County 
Commissioners of Middlesex ex- 
tends over Revere and Winthrop, 
in the County of Suffolk. 

SPECIAL COMMISSIONERS. 
Stoneham, LymonDike. 
Concord, Samuel Staples. 

TRIAL JUSTICES. 
Josiah Rutter, Waltbam; John 
W Pettingill and Geo.S. Scammon, 
Maiden; Charles Thompson, Con- 
cord; Samuel W. Rowe, Groton; 
Luther Prescott, Westford; JoIid 
A. Fitch, Hopkinton; Francis 
Tufts, Somerville; David Heard, 
Wayland; Stephen W. Trow- 
bridge, Brighton; George C. 
Travis, Holliston; Dexter Buck- 
nam. Stoneham; George L. Slee- 
per and Newton Morse, Natick; 
Colman S. Adams, Framingham; 
Andrew H. Briggs, Melrose; 
Leonard Huntress (special), 
Tewksbury; Jas. T. Joslin, Hud- 
son; Benjamin F. Hayes, Med- 
ford; Asahel Balcom, Maynard; 
Augustus E. Scott, Lexington; 
Parker L. Converse, Woburn ; Ira 
O. Carter, Arlington; Henderson 
J. Edwards, Watertown; Joseph 



Bennett, Brighton; Otis V. Water- 
man, Wakefield; J. Newton Pike, 
Ashland; William F. Slocum, 
Newton; James Gerrish, Shirley; 
Nahum Witherbee, Marlborough. 

DEPUTY SHERIFFS. 

Ayer, Abel T. Lawson. 

Cambridge {East), Luther L. Par- 
ker. 

Charlestown, J. Oldham. 

Concord, John B. Moore. 

Framingham, Joseph G Bannis- 
ter. 

Groton. Asa S. Lawrence. 

Hopkinton, Jonathan Whittemore. 

Hudson, Charles H. Robinson. 

Lowell, Jefferson Bancroft, Win. 
H. Clemence. 

Maiden, Charles H. Rhoades. 

Melrose, John H. Clark. 

Medford, John T. White. 

Natick, E. H. Brigham. 

Neivton, John M. Fisk. 

Sudbury, James L. Willis. 

Wakefield, Charles H. Davis. 

Waltham, Eben W. Fiske. 

Woburn, Horace Collamore. 

JAILERS. 

Cambridge, Charles J. Adams. 
Lowell, Charles Kimball. 

MASTER OF HOUSE OF 

CORRECTION. 

Cambridge (East), Chas. J. Adams. 



JUSTICES OP THE PEACE. 

[From Chap. 120 of Acts and Resolves, 1870.] " 

" Section 1. Such oaths as Justices of the Peace are, or may be authorized 
to administer, m ay be administered by them in any county." 

John T. Allen, Ira 



Acton, Nathaniel E. Cutler, Eb- 
enezer Davis. Samuel Hosmer, 



Arlington, 
O. Carter, Samuel S. Davis, John 



Isaac G. Reed, Henry M. Smith, j Osborn, William E. Parmenter, 
William D. Tuttle, Daniel Weth- j Benjamin Poland, William Stone, 
erbee, Jonathan K. W. Witherbee. Andrew Wellington, George Y. 
West Acton, Andrew Hapgood. I Wellington, Albert Winn. 



All kinds GOLD A9ID SILVER WATCHES at DODGE'S, 143 Main 
Street, Woburn. 



MISCELLANEOUS DEPARTMENT. 



S53 



Ashby, Samuel R. Damon, Den- 
nis Fay, Benj. F. Wallis, Francis 
W. Wright. 

Ashland, Henry Cutler, Elias 
Grout, George T. Higley, George 
"W. Morse, Warren Morse, George 
W. Norris, J. Newton Pike, Wil- 
liam Seaver, George H. Stone, 
William A. Tilton, Samuel W. 
Wiggins. 

Ayer, E. Dana Bancroft, Benj. 
L. Howe, Abel Prescott, Levi 
Sherwin, John Spaulding, Peter 
Tarbell. 

Bedford, Amos B. Cutler, Thos. 
Stiles. 

Belmont, Geo. S. Adams, John 
L. Alexander, Henry M. Clark, 
James M. Riley, William Henry 
Stiles, Isaac Watts. 

Billerica, Leander Crosby, Dud- 
ley Foster, Charles H. Parker, 
James Stott, Geo. H. Whitman. 

Boxborough, Paul Haywood, 
Amos Holbrook, OliverWetherbee. 

Brighton, Isaac G. Braman, Jos. 
B. Braman, Joseph Bennett, Wm. 

F. Bennett, Joseph Duncklee, Geo. 
H. Howe, David Kingsley, Wm. 
Edwin Lloyd, Augustus Mason, 
Michael Norton, John P. Otis, 
Edmund Rice, Albert T. Sinclair, 
George W. Tisdale, Stephen W. 
Trowbridge, Webster F. Warren, 
Wm. Wirt Warren, Francis L. 
Winship. 

Burlington, Nathan Blanchard, 
Abner Shedd, William Winn. 

Cambridge, Isaac Angel, James 
M. Baker, James Edward Bates, 
Charles M. Bennett, John Henry 
Bentley, Marshall T. Bigelow, 
Daniel A. Buckley, John Cahill, 
Geo. P. Carter, Francis L. Chap- 
man, Josiah G. Chase, Cyrus Cobb, 
Joseph Cutler, Watson G. Cutler, 
Samuel W. Dallinger, Curtis Da- 
vis, William Dixon, Robert Dixon 
Robert Douglass, Abraham Ed- 
wards, Henderson J. Edwards, 
Woodward Emery, John C. Farns- 
worth, Stephen T. Farwell, John 
J. Fatal, William Frost, N. St. 
John Green, Hamlin R. Harding', 
J. Watson Harris, William G. Hill, 
Henry W. Holland, Joseph A. 
Holmes, Homer C. Holt, Joseph 

G. Holt, Varnum S. Holt, Peter 
M. Howard, Chester W. Kingsley, 
Joseph W. Kinsley, A. Brooks 
Knight, William F. Knowles, Ru- 
fus Lamson, John Livermore, 
Charles J. Mclntire, Thomas Mc- 
Intire, George A. Morse, James 
R. Morse, John H. Partridge, 
Charles H. Pattee, George T. 
Pinkham, John L. Porter, Benj. 
R. Rand, Zebiua L. Raymond, 



Charles C. Read, J. Stacy Read, 
Charles E. Richardson, Edward 
Richardson, James P. Richardson, 
John Rindge, John F. Robbins, 
George S. Saunders, William A. 
Saunders, John A. Smith, Ather- 
ton H. Stevens, jr., Charles B. 
Stevens, Fordyce M.Stimson, Rich- 
ard Stone, jr., Frederick T. Ste- 
vens, James M. Thresher, Enoch 
H. Wakefield, Henry B. Ward, 
Benjamin Welch, John Wesley 
Wellinan, Edward A. Weston, 
Benjamin W. Whitney, William 
L. Whitney, James A. Woolson. 
Cambridgeport, Sumner Albee, 
Geo. A. Alden, John N. Barbour, 
Edw'd Burnham, Michael S. Bus- 
nach, Henry M. Chamberlain, 
Josiah W Cook, James Cox, Benj. 
Dow, William T. Engley, Charles 
I W. Hawkes, Bel a F. Jacobs, Jus- 
! tin A. Jacobs, Abraham Landing, 
John N. Meriam, Jas. H. Sparrow, 
Henry Thayer. 

East Cambridge, Warren J. Ap- 
pleton, William J. Barry, Samuel 
H. Folsom, Augustus P. Griffin, 
John W.Hammond, John S. Ladd, 
Wm. Lomax, jr., Lorenzo Mar- 
rett, William W. Mason, George 
F. Morgan, Charles W. Munroe, 
Luther L. Parker, George Stephen, 
Henry A. Stevens, Edward L. 
Stone, John M. Tyler, John T. 
Wilson. 

North Cambridge, Clark ' A. 
Batchelder, Jabez A. Sawyer. 
West Cambridge, Addison Hill. 
Carlisle, Selat Simons. 
Charlestoivn, James Adams, Sid- 
ney E. Adams, Simeon P. Adams, 
Edward J. Avery, Andrew J. 
Bailey, John T. Bamrick, Lyman 
H. Bigelow, Duncan Bradford, 
Henry W. Bragg, Abel E. Bridge, 
Henry C. Burgess, John H. But- 
ler, Cornelius S. Cater, Lowell W. 
Chamberlin, Bradley N. Clark, 
Ethan M. Coburn, Gilbert D. 
Cooper, Joseph H. Cotton, Edwin 
H. Darling, Thomas M. Devens, 
John N. Devereaux, Thos. Doane, 
Wm. H. Drury, Thomas J. Elliott, 
Alvin L. Fisher, Henry R. Froth- 
ingham, Wm. H. Fisher, John 
Gardner, Nathan B. Gifford, Gus- 
tavus V. Hall, Samuel T. Harris, 
Wm. H. Harris, Joseph S. Hart, 
Wm. Hichborn, Charles H. Hil- 
j dreth, Joseph W. Hill, Moses Hol- 
brook, A. Orlando Hart, Walter 
J Howe, George H. Jacobs, George 
i R. Kelso, William H Kent, Geo. 
| P. Kettell, Edward Lawrence, 
[ George S. Litchfield, W. B. Long, 
Rufus Mason, William H. Miller, 
I Anthony S Morss, Judson Mur- 



Oeo. Woods C'o.'s Combination Solo Stops are remarkable for the 
beauty and variety of the musical effects of which they are capable. 
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MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



Justices of the Peace, — continued. 



dock, James W. O'Brien, Jona 
than Oldham, R. H. Parker, Edwin 
W. Peaslee, William W. Pierce, 
John W. Pettengill, James F. 
Pickering, John T. Priest, George 
W. Prescott, Edward C. Purdy, 
Caleb Rand, Alvin F. Raymond, 
Franklin A. Reed, Josiah T. Reed, 
Willard Rice, Trueworthy S. G. 
Robinson, Samuel D. Sawin, Chas. 
W. Sawyer, Timothy T. Sawyer, 
"William Sherburne, Benjamin F. 
Stacey, Amos Stone, Jonathan 
Stone, Phineas J. Stone, jr., Chas. 
E. Sweeney, Charles S. Tenney, 
Albert Thompson, Edwin Thomp- 
son, Edward Thorndike, Everett 
Torrey, Henry A. Walker, David 
B. Weston, Rufus A. White, 
Daniel Williams, Samuel S. Will- 
son, John R. Wolston, Edwin 
Woodman. 

Chelmsford, Benjamin Adams, 
Nathan B. Edwards, Ziba Gay, 
Jonathan J. Hoyt, Geo. A. Park- 
hurst, Joseph Reed, Christopher 
Roby. 

Concord, Jonathan F. Barrett, 
Richard Barrett, Samuel Hoar, 
D. Goodwin Lang, Geo. E. Potter, 
Joseph Reynolds. 

Dracut, George W. Coburn, Gay- 
ton M. Hall, Henry L. Newhall, 
Henry Richardson, Edward A. 
Stone, Atkinson C. Varnum. 

Dunstable, Allen Cummings^ 
Benj. French, Josiah C. Proctor. 

Everett, Dudley P. Bailey, jr., 
Wm. W. Bullock, Joseph H. Can- 
nell, Irving A. Evans, Joseph Ger- 
rish, Manson L. Mills. 

Framingham, Colmau S. Adams, 
Walter Adams, Joseph G. Bannis- 
ter, Samuel B. Bird, James W. 
Brown, Alexander Clark, James 
W. Clark, Newall Clark, Alexan- 
der R. Estey, David Fisk, Charles 
J. Frost, Luther F. Fuller, Geo. 
H. Gordon, Robert Gordon, Jona- 
than Greenwood, Thos. Hastings, 
William Hastings, Benjamin K. 
Haven, Willard Howe, Theodore 
C. Hurd, Justus R. Kennedy, 
Warren Nixon, Edward Potter, 
Thomas F. Power, Franklin H. 
Sprague, Francis C. Stearns, Geo. 
Trowbridge, Charles S. Whit- 
more. 

Groton, Josiah K. Bennett, Benj. 
P. Dix, Johu J. Graves, Asa S. 
Lawrence, Walter Shattuck, An- 
drew Spauhling, Chas. H. Waters, 
Torrey Willard. 

Holliston, John M. Batchelder, 
Elias Bullard, Andrew J. Cass, 
Festus C. Currier, Geo. E. John- 
son, Peter R. Johnson, Abel Pond, 



Orrin Thompson, Edwin F. Whit- 
ney. 

Hopkinton, C. Winslow Claflin, 
W. Fisk Claflin, Daniel Eames, 
John A. Fitch, Clement Meserve, 
Martin V. Phipps,Lucius H.Wake- 
field, Jonathan Whittemore, Al- 
bert Wood, J. Augustus Wood- 
bury. 

Hudson, Francis Brigham, Fran- 
cis D. Brigham, Geo. A. Cotting, 
Edward F. Johnson, Geo. S. Raw- 
son, Charles H. Robinson, Silas H. 
Stuart, Charles A. Wood. 

Lexington, Leonard G. Babcock, 
Benjamin F. Brown, Joseph N. 
Brown, Asa Cottrell, Isaac N. 
Damon, George O. Davis, Howland 
Homes, Charles Nunn, Loring S. 
Pierce, Harmon Reed, Warren E. 
Russell, Leonard A. Saville, Bil- 
lings Smith, Sylvanus W. Smith, 
Bradley C. Whitcher. 

East Lexington, Rev. William C. 
Gannett. 

Lincoln, James L. Chapin, Geo. 
H. Smith. 

Littleton, John W. Adams, Peter 

C. Edwards, Shattuck Hartwell, 
Joseph A. Harwood, William Kim- 
ball, Joseph A. Priest, Gardner 
Prouty, George W. Sanderson, 
Samuel Smith. 

Lowell, Julian Abbott, Horace J. 
Adams, James C. Adams, David 
O. Allen, Nathan A. Allen, Abel 
T. Atherton, James Bailey, Squire 
L. Bailey, Benjamin Baldwin, Ja- 
cob Baron, Chas. E. A. Bartlett, 
Wesley R. Batchelder, Frank F. 
Battles, Ithamar W. Beard, Wm. 
H Bent, Wm. S. Bennett, Chas. R. 
Bl ai sdell , Ames A. Blan chard, Wm. 

D. Blanchard, Morrill M. Boho-. 
nan, Gerrit J. Bradt, George Brag- 
don, Frank O. Butterfield, James 
G. Buttrick, John A. Buttrick, 
Enoch B. Carter, Alfred D. Chand- 
ler, Jeremiah Clark, Charles H. 
Conant, Charles B. Coburn, Lo- 
renzo D. Coggswell, Isaac Cooper, 
Charles Cowley, John E. Crane, 
Caleb Crosby, Jeremiah Crowley, 
Joshua W. Daniel, John Davis, 
Benjamin C. Dean, John S. Dev- 
lin, Luther J. Eames, Charles 
J. Eastman, Patrick Egan, George 
M. Elliott, Alonzo Falls, Alpha 

B. Farr, Jacob G. Favor , David 

C. G. Field, Horatio R. Fletch- 
er, Jonathan B. Folsom, Jere- 
miah S. Folsom, Josiah B. 
French, John F. Frye, Nathan 
W. Frye, Harrison H. Fuller, 
George Gardner, William S. 
Garduer, Thomas G. Gerrish, 
Alfred Gilman, Dana B. Gove, 



RKEI) <fc B\RT01Y'S Plated Ware, at DODGE'S, Hi Main Street 
Wohurn. 



MISCELLANEOUS DEPARTMENT. 



355 



Francis Goward, Frederick Gra- 
ham, George A. Griffin, Martin 
L. Hamblett, Amos B. Heywood, 
Charles L. Hildreth, Epaphras 
A. Hill, Joseph Hill, Frederick 
Holton, Joseph S. Holt, Charles 

F. Howe, Lorenzo G. Howe, John 
Q. A. Hubbard, Lucius W. Hun- 
tington, John B. Hunt, George L. 
Huntoon, Charles C. Hutchinson, 
Francis Jewett, Moses A. John- 
son, Jonathan Johnson, Judson J. 
Judkins, John F. Kimball, Enos 

A. Kingsley, J. Wingfield Knowl- 
ton, Alfred G. Lamson, Tobias L. 
P. Lamson, Cyrus Latham, George 
W. Lawrence, George P. Lau- 
rence, Samuel Lawrence, John T. 
Lee, William H. Laughlin, James 
Loughlin, Simeon G. Lyford, John 

B. McAlvin, Owen McNamara, 
Samuel A. McPhetres, Benjamin 

G. Murray, Albert M. Moore, John 
W. Moore, George F. Morey, Hor- 
ace E. Morse, Alauson Nichols, 
Frank A. Nichols, William L. 
North, Francis H. Nourse, Orrin 

F. Osgood, William F. Osgood, 
Baldwin T. Peabody, John N. 
Peirce, jr., George E. Percy, Major 

G. Perkins, Louis L. Perrin, Irwin 
S. Porter, Joel Powers, Samuel C. 
Pratt, Asahel D Puffer, John W. 
Reed, David Hall Rice, Edward C. 
Bice, Henri E. Richardson, Alex, 
ander H. Robinson, Jacob Rogers, 
Chester W. Rugg, Joseph L. 
Sargeant, Calvin Sawtelle, Alfred 
Scott, George F. Scribner, William 
Shepherd, Chas. W. Sleeper, John 
W.Smith,HollaudStreeter,Charles 
A.F. Swan, Dexter Symonds, Stark 
Totman, Edward Tuck, Artemus 
S. Tyler, Leavitt R. J. Varnum, 
Aldis L. Waite, Benjamin Walker, 
Daniel R. Wallace, Charles R. 
Wallingford, Edwin F. Watson, 
James Watson, James S. Whitney, 
William T.Whitten, Henry H.Wil- 
der,CharlesM. Williams, Henry B. 
Williams, Charles A. Witch, Fred- 
eric Woodies, Andrew C. Wright, 
Edmund L. York. 

Maiden, Charles E. Abbott, Da- 
vid Ayres, George T. Bailey, Ben- 
jamin Boardman, Augustus C. 
Carey, Alexander Cochran, Elisha 
S. Converse, George T. Coverly, 
George P. Cox, James F. Eaton, 
Charles G. Falls, Frederick J. 
Foss, Lorin L. Fuller, John B. 
Gillett, William Hardy, Walter 
Harmon, Charles A Homes, Wil- 
liam Johnson, Azro D. Lawson, 
Erastus W. Leavens, Marvin Lin- 
coln, Charles Merrill, Joshua H. 
Mullett, Edward B. Newhall, 
Jeremiah D. Parker, Horatio G. 



Pope, William H. Richardson, Jo- 
seph M. Russell, Albert F. Sar- 
gent, George S. Seamon, Freeman 
A Smith, Phineas Sprague, Wil- 
liam G. Sprague, Francis C. Sweet, 
Joseph H. Waitt, Joseph H. Whit- 
man. 

South Maiden, James G. Foster. 

Marlborough, Jacob M. Baker, 
William Barnes, Edward L. Big- 
elow, Levi Bigelow, John Chip- 
man, Heman S. Fay, Charles L.. 
Flint, Charles M. Howe, Elbridge 
Howe, Simon H. Howe, Samuel 
B. Maynard, Stephen Morse, Dan- 
iel F. Murphy, Stillman B. Pratt, 
Benjamin F. TJnderhill, Abner H. 
Wenzel, Edmund C. Whitney, 
Nahum Witherbee, Lewis Wit- 
kins. 

Maynard, Asahel Balcom. 

Medford, John Ayres, James G. 
Curtiss, Benjamin C. Cutter, John 
Ward Deane, Mark H. Durgin, 
Winslow W. Fifield, Daniel A. 
Gleason, Jos. P. Hall, Thomas S. 
Harlow, Edmund T. Hastings, 
Benjamin F. Hayes, Asa Law, 
Daniel W. Lawrence, Samuel C. 
Lawrence, Parker R. Litchfield, 
Nehemiah T. Merritt, Baxter E. 
Perry, Charles Bussell, George C. 
Travis, jr., James F. Usher, Lewis 
H. Washburn, Joseph H. Wes- 
cott, John T. White. 

West Medford, Luther Farwell. 

Melrose, William Bogle, Andrew 
H.Briggs, George T.Brown, W. B. 
Burgess, Jonathan Cochran, Nel- 
son Cochran, Samuel O. Draper, 
Isaac Emerson, David Fairbanks, 
Joseph A. Fairbanks, George W. 
Farnsworth, William C. Farns- 
worth, William J. Farnsworth. 
Levi S. Gould, John R. Jones, 
Henry A. Norris, Owen H. Peck, 
Horatio N. Perkins, William F. 
Poole, Joseph B. Sanford, Emory 
B. Smith. 

NaticJc, Oliver N. Bacon, George 
Bean, Alexander Blaney, Ephra- 
im H. Brigham, Henry Coggin, 
Moses Eames, John M. Farwell, 
Charles B. Felch, Stedman Hart- 
well, Harrison Harwood, Elisha 
P. Hollis, Charles L. Hosmer, 
Walter W. Mason, William Par- 
tridge Mitchell, Edwin C. Morse, 
Newton Morse, William Nutt, 
Asher Parlin, Emmons Partridge, 
John M. Pevey, John N. Shattuck, 
George L. Sleeper, Edward P. 
Travis, Edgar W. Washburn. 

Newton, George E. Allen, Wil- 
liam S. Arnaud, George W. Bacon, 
Joseph N. Bacon, James Bailey, 
Abner I. Benyon, John F. Boyd. 
George E. Bridges, Cephas Brig- 



Tile cases of Geo. Woods Co.'s Organs are of the most beautiful and 
graceful designs. 



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MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



Justices of the Peace., — continued. 



ham, Ellsworth T. Buss, William 
W. Carruth, John B. Dana, John 
M. Fisk, Henry Fuller, Albert J. 
Gleason, William C. Greene, Ed- 
win Holman, Ezra C. Hutchins, 
Horatio N. Hyde, Francis M. 
Johnson, George H. Jones, Isaac 
L. Kidder, Charles E. Lane, Lu- 
ther E. Leland, Henry H. Mather, 
William Morton, Otis Pettee, Ed- 
ward H. Pierce, Harrison Prescott, 
George C. Rand, Marshall S. Rice, 
J. Willard Rice, Justin K. Rich- 
ardson, Joseph J. Rider, Henry A. 
Snow, John D. Towle, Levi C. 
Wade, Andrew H. Ward, John 
Ward, Wilson J. Welch, Eben- 
ezer Woodward. 

Newtonville, Horatio F. Allen, 
Owen F. Clark, Ezra S. Farns- 
worth, Cornelius P.Hawkins, Mar- 
cus T. Heywood, Dustin Lancey, 
Winfield S. Slocum, Joseph Walk 
er. 

West Newton, Frank H. Graves, 
William P. Houghton, Stephen 
Thacher, Elisha F. Thayer. 

Newton {Upper Falls), Hosea C. 
Hoyt. 

Newton (Loioer Falls), Isaac 
Hagar. 

North Reading, Samuel Flint, 
Charles P. Howard, George H. 
Towle. 

Pepperell, Sumner Carter, John 
N. Farrar, Nathaniel Gilsonjr., 
Putuam Shattuck, Samuel P. 
Shattuck, Levi Wallace, Abel B. 
Winn. 

Reading, Solon Bancroft, Hiram 
Barrus, John Batchelder, Stephen 
Foster, Chenery P. Judd, John 
Brooks Leathe.Stillman E. Parker, 
Nathan P. Pratt, Carroll D. 
Wright, Wm. J. Whitman. 

Sherborn, Henry W. Billiard, 
Joseph Dowse jr., James H. Le- 
land. 

Shirley, Stephen J. Ballou, Jer- 
ome Gardner, Moses T. Gardner, 
Stillman P. Holden, Abel L. Law- 
rence, James P. Longley, Samuel 
Longley, David Porter, John 
Whitely. 

Shirley Village, James Gervish. 

Somerville, W. George Alden, 
Albon H. Bailey, William H. 
Belknap, Clark Bennett, Gilmau 
F. Besent, Selwin Z. Bowman, 
John H. Brookhouse, Russell H. 
Conwell, David F. Crane, Thomas 
Cunninghan, Daniel L. Dennison, 
George H. Dickerman, Michael F. 
Farrell, Charles E. Gilman, Wil- 
liam A. Greenough jr., John K. 
Hall, Edward Hartshorn, William 
D. Hayden, Francis Houghton, 



Charles H. Hudson, George W. 
Ireland, Charles E. Joyce, Charles 
S. Lincoln, John C. Magoun, Hor- 
ace Partridge, William H. Pierce, 
William T. Plaisted, Charles G. 
Pope, Charles H. Porter, George 
A. Pratt, Aaron Sargent, John 
Savage jr., Melville Stacy, Lebbeus 
Stetson, Thomas G. Temple, Fran- 
cis Tufts, Robert A. Vinal, Sim- 
eon N. Watson, Wm. H. Weston, 
George W. Whittle, Alexander 
Wood. 

Stoneham. John Botume jr., 
Benjamin F. Briags, William Fisk 
Crafts, Cyrus Dean, George W. 
Dillon, Amasa Farrier, Ira Gerry, 
Amos Hill 2d, William B. Stevens. 
Stow, Abraham G. R. Hale, Jo- 
seph W. Reed, Ephraim Stone, 
Charles Tower, Edwin Whitney. 

Sudbury, John Hillis, Jonas S. 
Hunt, James Moore, Benjamin H. 
Richardson, Charles Thompson. 

Teivksbury, Jacob Coggin, Eli- 
jah M. Read. Frank W. Spaulding, 
Richard Tolman, Henry E. War- 
ner. 

Townsend, Samuel S. Haynes, 
Albert Howe, Asa S. Lawton, 
Benj. F. Lewis, Levi Stearns, 
James N. Tucker, Ephraim S. 
Wilder, Frederick A. Worcester. 
West Townsend, George Taft. 
Tynqsborough, Luther Butter- 
field, timothy Butterfield,Reuben 
S. Coburn. 

Wakefield, Henry D. Austin, 
Samuel S. Breed, George W. Cut- 
ter, Albert Day, Chester W. Eaton, 
Daniel P. Emerson, Charles W. 
Green, Samuel K. Hamilton, 
Charles F. Hartshorn, Abel F. 
Hutchinson, Samuel Kingman, 
Edward Mansfield, Daniel Nor- 
cross, Byron A. Osgood, Benjamin 
F. Packard, Burgess Taylor, Cy- 
rus Wakefield, Daniel G. Walt, 
Otis V. Waterman, Adam Wiley. 
Waltlham, Josiah Beard, Henry 

A. Brown, Calvin Clark, Thomas 

B. Eaton, Dauiel French, Henry 

C. Hall, Edward L. Hill, Charles 
H. Houghton, Jarvis Lewis, Henry 
Martyn, Horatio Moore, Josiah 
Rutter, William E. Shedd, Augus- 
tus Townsend, Samuel O. TTpham, 
Daniel F. Viles. 

Watertown, Joel Barnard, Chas. 
J. Barry, Charles Bemis, Isaac N. 
Bemis. William A. Blodgett, Jo- 
seph Crafts, George Frazer, David 
Heard, David T. Huckins, William 
H. In graham, George R. Kidder, 
Jesse A Locke, George N. March, 
Edward John O'Brien, John S. 
Pinkham, Samuel Richardson, 



ROWERS' PLATED WARE, AT DODGE'S, 143 MAIiV STREET, 
WOB17RRT. 



MISCELLANEOUS DEPARTMENT. 



357 



Fitz H. Rice, Isaac Bobbins, John 
K. Stickney, Jesse F. Wheeler, 
William White, Leonard Whit- 
ney jr., B. Osgood Wilson. 

Wayland, David Lee Childs, 
James S. Draper, Lafayette Dud- 
ley, Lewis Jones, Jonas M. Morse, 
Henry Wight. 

Westford, Allan Cameron, Nath- 
aniel B. Fiske, Asa Hildreth, 
Edward Prescott, Luther Pres- 
cott, Charles G. Sargent. 

Weston, Fred T. Bush, Alonzo 
S. Fiske, Edwin Hobbs. 

Wilmington, Henry Blanchard, 
Cyrus L. Carter, William H. Car- 
ter, Lemuel C. Eames, Samuel B. 
Nichols. 

Winchester, George P. Brown, 
Abraham P. Coffin, James F. 
Dwinnell, John T. Maury, James 
H. Prince, Andrew N. Shepard, 
Hatvil K. Stanton, Josiah F. 
Stone. 

Woburn, Benjamin E. Bond, 
John R. Carter, Edward W. 
Champney, Horace Collamore, 
George H. Conn, Parker L. Con- 
verse, Shermau Converse, John W. 
Day, James N. Dow, Marcus 
Eaton, David D. Hart, Edward D. 
Hayden, Sparrow Horton, John 
Johnson, True L. Norris, John D. 
Parker, Rufus Pickering, Thomas 
J. Porter, Lemuel G. Richardson, 



Albert Thompson, Cyrus Thomp- 
son, Leonard Thompson, jr., Sam- 
uel F. Thompson, Lewis L. Whit- 
ney, Moses F. Winn. 

East Woburn, Albert L. Richard- 
son. 

North Woburn, Edward E. 
Thompson. 

Boston (for Middlesex Co.), 
Henry F. Gardner, Charles Eustis 
Hubbard, Thomas F. Maguire, 
George A. Perry, Frederick O. 
Prince, William B. Sears, Charles 
F. Sleeper, Josiah M. Thing, 
Philip C. Wheeler, A. Bliss 
Wright. 

Brookline (for Middlesex Coun- 
ty)) William J. Bowditch, Abra- 
ham B. Shedd. 

Chelsea (for Middlesex County), 
John W. Graves, M.D. 

Clinton (for Middlesex Co.), 
Daniel H. Bemis. 

Dedham (for Middlesex Co.), 
Henry G. B. Fisher. 

Enfield (for Middlesex Co.), 
George A. Ellis. 

Harvard (for Middlesex Co.), 
Edwin A. Hildreth. 

Hyde Park (for Middlesex Co.), 
Robert S. Capen. 

Saugus (for Middlesex Co.), Jos. 
S. Adlington. 

Southborough (for Middlesex 
Co.), Dexter Newton. 



JUSTICES OP THE PEACE AND QUORUM. 

FOR THE COUNTY OF MIDDLESEX. 



Acton, Winthrop E. Faulkner, 
Moses Taylor. 

Bedo/rd, Phineas W. Chamber- 
lin. 

Billerica, Charles A. Ranlet. 

Brighton, Charles Heard. 

Cambridge, Joshua B. Smith. 

Cambridgeport, Lucius R. Paige. 

East Cambridge, Isaac F. Jones. 

Carlisle, George F. Duren. 

Charlestown, Francis Childs, 
James Dana, Charles Field, Gid- 
eon Haynes, Silverus Hall, Seth 
W. Lewis, Erdix T. Swift, Sidney 
A. Willard, Edwin G. Walker, 
Henry W. B. Wightman. 

Groton, Asa F. Lawrence, Sam- 
uel W. Rowe. 

Holliston, Alden Leland. 

Hopkinton, Silas Mirick. 

Lexington, Maurice O'Connell, 
Augustus E. Scott. 

Lowell, William H. Anderson, 
Jefferson Bancroft, Frank O. But- 
terfield, William H. Clemence, 
James B. Francis, Fred. T. Green- 



halge, Hucam Hosford, Andrew 
F. Jewett, J. Chellis Kimball, 
John A. Knowles, Jonathan 
Ladd, Sewall G. Mack, John F. 
McEvoy, William North, Ephraim 
B. Patch, Thomas \V. Pressev, 
Henry P. Perkins, William F. 
Salmon, Benj. C. Sargeant, Luther 

E. Shepard, Edward F. Sherman, 
Theodore H. Smith, Lucian P. 
Stacey, Geo. Stevens, Charles A. 

F. Swan, William P. Webster. 
Maiden, Geo. W. Copeland, Wil- 
liam S. Stevens. 

Marlborough, Samuel N. Al- 
drich, William B. Gale. 

Medford, John Sparrell, James 
M. Usher. 

Melrose, Alonzo V. Lynde. 

Pepperell, Christopher W. Bel- 
lows. 

Reading, Alfred A. Prescott. 

Somerville, Alpheus K. Brown, 
Columbus Tyler. 

Stoneham, Dexter Bucknam, 
Edward Bucknam, Dike Lyman. 



Woods Co. 's Organs are constructed in the most thorough and 
perfect manner. 



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Justices of the Peace and Quorum, — continued 



Tewksbury, Benj. F. Spaulding. 

Wakefield, James A. Boswell, 
Wm. H. Willis. 

Waltham, Eben W. Fiske, Berk- 
ley B. Johnson. 

Wavland, Franklin F. Heard. 



Weston, Frank W. Bigelow. 

Winchester, Oliver R. Clark, Lil- 
ley Eaton, Benjamin F. Ham. 

Woburn, Joshua P. Converse, 
John Cummings. 



JUSTICES OF THE PEACE AND QUORUM. 



EST MIDDLESEX COUNTY 

Arlington, Joseph S. Potter. 

Billerica, Thomas Talbot. 

Cambridge, Albert G. Browne, 
jr., Isaac Livermore, Isaac S. 
Morse, Henry W. Muzzey, Wil- 
lard Phillips, Wm. A. Richardson, 
Charles Theo. Russell, John Sar- 
gent, Charles H. Saunders, Wm. 
B. Stearns, Emery Washburn. 

East Cambridge, Joseph H. Ty- 
ler. 

North Cambridge, Geo. C. Turn- 
bull- 

Charlestown, Horace G. Hutch- 
ings, Eugene L. Norton, Israel 
Perkins, Bickford Pulsifer, Charles 
Robinson, jr., James M. Stone, 
Phineas J. Stone, G. Washington 
Warren. 

Concord, Geo. M. Brooks, Henry 
F. French, Geo. Heywood. 

Framingham, Constantine C. 
Esty. 

Groton. Geo. S. Boutwell, Dan- 
iel Needham. 

Lexington, Charles Hudson, John 
W. Hudson. 

Lowell, Arthur P. Bonney, Benj. 
F. Butler, Geo. I. Carney, Nathan 
Crosby, John A. Goodwin, Saml. 



FOR THE WHOLE STATE. 

P. Hadley, Charles Kimball, Peter 
Lawson, Joshua N. Marshall, 
John Nesmith, Josiah G. Peabody, 
Abner J. Phipps, Daniel S. Rich- 
ardson, Geo. F. Richardson, Sam- 
uel W. Stickney, Tappan Went- 
worth, Samuel Bi Wyman. 

Medford, Daniel A. Graves. 

Melrose, Daniel W. Gooch. 

Natick. John W. Bacon, The- 
ophilusP. Chandler. 

Neivton, Daniel Dewey, Geo. N. 
Hitchcock, James F. C. Hyde, 
John Lowell, James F. B. Mar- 
shall, David H. Mason, Adin B. 
Underwood. 

Newtonville, William Claflin. 

West Newton, Julius L. Clark, 
Edward J. Collins, Seth Davia. 

Somerville, Geo. O (Brastow, Jas. 
M. Shute, Charles H. Taylor. 

Stoneham, Geo. W. Dale. 

Tewksbury, Leonard Huntress, 
Thomas J. Marsh. 

Wakefield, Stephen G. Nash. 

Waltham, Frederick M. Stone. 

Wayland, Edward Miller. 

Winchester, William Everett, 
Edward A. Wadleigh. 

Wobum, Jonathan B. Winn. 



NOTARIES PUBLIC. 



Brighton, Bela S. Fiske, Edward 
P. Wright. 

Cambridge, Alfred L. Barbour, 
Levi L. Cushing jr., John W. 
Hammond, Joseph G. Holt. Lo- 
renzo Marratt, Charles C. Reed, 
Edward G. Russell, Benjamin W. 
Whitney. 

Cambridgeport, John N. 
bour, Edward Burnham. 

East Cambridge, John C 
lard. 

Charlestown, James Adams, 
Duncan Bradford, William 
Peirce. 

Concord, Geo. M. Brooks, Geo. 
Heywood. 

Framingham,Co\mnn S. Adams, 
Constantine C. Esty. 

Groton, Josiah K. Bennett, Levi 
Sherwin. 

Holliston, Eli as Bullard. 



Bar- 



Bul- 



Hopkinton, Silas Mirick, Horace 
Morse. 
Hudson. Silas H. Stuart. 
Lowell, Edwin A. Alger, John 

A. Buttrick, Geo. J. Carney, Dana 

B. Gove, Geo. D. Hills, Chas. 
F Howe, Jonathan Ladd, John F. 
McEvoy, George Stevens, Sam'l 
W. Stickney, Abel Whitney. 

Maiden, Albert F. Sargent. 

Marlborough, Edmund C. Whit- 
ney. 

Medford, Benj. F. Hayes. 

Natick, Newton Morse. 

Newton, Andrew B. Cobb, Ezra 
S. Farnsworth, Dustin Lancy. 

Townsend, Charles Osgood. 

Wakefield, Chester W. Eaton, 
Byron A. Osgood. 

Waltham, Byron B. Johnson, 
Frederick M. Stone. 

Wobxirn, Alpha E. Thompson. 



The best place to buy your Watches and Jewelry is at Dodge's, 143 
Main Street, Wobum, 



MISCELLANEOUS DEPARTMENT. 



359 



JUDICIARY*. 



SUPREME JUDICIAL COURT. 

Reuben A. Chapman, Monson, 
Chief Justice. Horace Gray jr., 
Boston; John "Wells, Brookline; 
James D. Colt, Pittsfield ; Seth 
Ames, Brookline; Marcus Morton, 
Andover; Associate Justices. 
Charles R. Train, Boston, Attor- 
ney-General. George C. Wilde, 
Boston, Clerk of the Common- 
wealth. George "W. Nichols. Bos- 
ton, Assistant Clerk. Albert G. 
Browne jr., Boston, Reporter. 

Law Term for Middlesex County 
at Boston, 1st "Wednesday of Jan- 
uary. 

Terms for the trial of Jury cases, 
at Lowell, 3d Tuesday in April ; 
at Cambridge, 3d Tuesday in Oc- 
toher. 

SUPERIOR COURT. 

Lincoln F. Brigham, Salem, 
Chief Justice. Julius Rockwell, 
Lenox; Otis P. Lord, Salem; Ezra 
"Wilkinson, Dedham ; John P. Put- 
nam, Boston; Charles Devens, jr., 
Francis H. Dewey, Worcester; 
RobertC. Pitman, New Bedford; 
John W. Bacon, Natick; William 
Allen, Northampton, Associate 
Justices. Jos. A. Willard, Bos- 
ton, Clerk. Edwin A. "Wadleigh, 
Boston, Asst. Clerk. Henry 
Homer, Clerk {Criminal Busi- 
ness). 

District Attorney, John B. Good- 
rich, Newton. 

Sessions of Superior Court in 
Middlesex County. 

Civil Terms at Lowell, 2d Mon- 
day of March, and 1st Monday of 
September; Cambridge, 1st Mon- 
day of June, and 2d Monday of 



December. Criminal terms of 
Cambridge, 2d Monday of Febru- 
ary, and 4th Monday of June; 
Lowell, 3d Monday of October. 

SESSIONS OF THE PROBATE 
COURT. 

At Cambridge, 1st, 2d and 4th 
Tuesday of each month, except 
August. 

At Lowell, 3d Tuesday of Janu- 
ary, March, May, July, September 
and November. 

SESSIONS OF THE COURT 
OF INSOLVENCY. 

At Lowell, 1st Tuesday of Feb- 
ruary, April, June, September and 
December. 

At Cambridge, 1st Tuesday of 
January, March, May, and Octo- 
ber; and 2d and 4th "Wednesday 
of each month, except July; and 
on other days by special assign- 
ment and adjournment. 

POLICE AND MUNICIPAL 

COURTS. 

Cambridge. — Justice, John S. 
Ladd; Special Justices, Wood- 
ward Emery, H. W". Muzzey; 
Clerk, Thomas Mclntire, jr. 

Charlestown. — Justice, Geo. 
W. Warren: Special Justices, 
Henry W. Bragg, John W. Pet- 
tingill; CUrk, Daniel Williams. 

Lowell. — Justice, Nathan 
Crosby; Special Justices, Geo. Ste- 
vens, John Davis; Clerk, Samuel 
P. Hadley. 

Sojierville. — Justice, Isaac 
Story; Clerk, L. Stetson. 



POPULATION OF MIDDLESEX COUNTY. 

According to the Census of 1870. 

Acton 1,593 

Arlington '. 3,261 

Ashby 994 

Ashland 2,186 

Ayer, included in Groton. 

Bedford 849 

Belmont 1,513 

Billerica 1,833 

Boxborough 338 

Brighton 4,967 

Burlington 626 

Cambridge 39,634 

Carlisle 569 

Charlestown 28.323 

Chelmsford 2,374 





2.412 




2,078 




471 




2,220 


Framingham 


4,968 

3,584 


Holliston 

Hopkinton 


3,073 

4,419 




2,277 


Lincoln . . , 


791 

983 


Lowell 


40,928 

7,367 


Marlborough 


8,474 



Hear the " Vox Humana " Stop in George 'Woods Co.'s Organs ; it is : 
baritone solo stop, not a mere fan or tremolo. 



860 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



Population of Middlesex County, continued. 



Maynard (new town) 

Medford 5,717 

Melrose 3,414 

Natick 6,404 

Newton 12,825 

North Reading 942 

Pepperell 1,842 

Reading 2,664 

Sherborn 1,062 

Shirley 1,451 

Somerville 14,685 

Stoneham 4,513 

Stow 1,813 

Sudbury 2,091 



Tewksbury 1,944 

Townsend 1,962 

Tyngsborough 629 

Wakefield 4,135 

Waltham 9,065 

Watertown 4,326 

Wayland 1,240 

Westford 1 ,803 

Weston 1,261 

Wilmington 866 

Winchester 2,645 

Woburn 8,560 

274,353 



STATE ALMSHOUSE AT TEWKSBURY. 

Superintendent. — Thomas J. > Inspectors. — Benjamin C. Per- 
Marsh. Physician, Joseph D. kins, Peabody; Geo. P. Elliot, 
Nichols. Assistant Physician, Billerica; Francis H. Nourse, 
Helen M. Marsh. Lowell. 



Post-Offices and Post-Masters in Middlesex County. 

Town are also given which are not Post- Offices, but their Post- 
Offices immediately follow. 



Acton A. M. Bobbins 

South Acton, 

J. K. W. Wetherbee 

West " N. E. Cutter 

Arlington ... Frederick E. Fowle 

Ashby Charles O. Green 

Ashland James H. Jones 

Assabet (see Maynard). 
Auburndale (see Newton). 

Ayer Leonard A. Buck 

Bedford Marcus B. Webber 

Belmont A. A. Adams 

Waverley.J. A. Chamberlain 
Billerica Charles H. Parker 

North Billerica 

James Whittemore 
Braggville (see Holliston). 
Brighton Mrs. Sybil Day 

Allston John Parkhurst 

Burlington Silas Cutler 

Cambridge George M. Osgood 

East Cambridge 

Rums R. Wade 

North " John A. Goodwin 

Cambridgeport, John McDuffie 

Carlisle Sidney A. Bull 

Charlestown R. A. White 

Chklmsford. .Geo. A. Parkhurst 

North Chelmsford 

ElishaH. Shaw 

South " T. M. Gerrish 

West " C. Roby 



I Middlesex Village 

John W. Damon 
Cochituate ( see WaylaDd). 
College Hill (see Medford) 
Concord Henry L. Whitcomb 

Westvale George C. Carter 

Dracut James H. Wilson 

Dunstable Elliot O. Taylor 

Eliot (see Natick). 

Everett J. B. Everetb 

Forge Village (see Westford) 
Framingham Mrs. J. S. Wilde 

South Framingham 

Willard Howe 

Saxonville L. F. Fuller 

Graniteville (see Westford). 
Greenwood (see Wakefield). 
Groton, 

Miss Hattie E. Farnsworth 

West Groton.. Charles H. Hill 

Groton Junction (now Ayer). 
Hayden Row (see Hopkinton). 
Holliston James F. Fiske 

East Holliston, 

Edward C. Parker 

Braggville, Dennis Hartshorn 
Hopkinton. .. .Mrs. A. F. Pierce 

Hayden Row, Benjamin Phipps 

Woodville John Smith 

Hudson S. F. Manson 

Lexington L G. Babcork 

East Lexington A. Chiltls 



When you nre in Woburn, call in at Oodsje's and taku a look at his 
Stock of Watches, Silver Ware, &c ., 14a Main Street. 



MISCELLANEOUS DEPARTMENT. 



361 



Lincoln James L. Chapin 

South Lincoln, Albert A. Cook 

Littleton J. A. Harwood 

Lowell John A. Goodwin 

Malden Temple Dodge 

South Malden (now Everett). 
Maplewood. .L. E. Cummings 

Marlborough J. S. Fay 

Maynard . . A. G. H aynes 

Medford Jno. H. Eames 

East Medford . John T. Gilman 
"West Medford, 

Reuben T. Wiley 
College Hill. .Benj. T. White 
Melrose, Miss Susan E. Eastman 
Middlesex Village (see Chelms- 
ford). 
Mount Auburn (see "Watertown). 

Natick Mrs. C. Brigham 

South Natick. .Isaac B. Sanger 

Eliot Gustavus Smith 

Newton J. G. Latta 

Newton Centre. .L. A. White 
" Lower Falls, 

Wm. R. Dimond 
" Upper Falls, 

J. F. Webster 
" Highlands. 

C. W. Farnham 
Newtonvtlle. . . Jere. B. Lovett 

West Newton C. H. Stacy 

Auburnd ale, George L. Bourne 
Chestnut Hill, 

Isaac Kingsbury 

North Reading A. E. Damon 

Pepperell John Loring 

East Pepperell, 

Joseph H. Tarbell 

Reading L. E. Gleason 

Rock Bottom (see Stow). 
Saxonville (see Framingham). 

Sherborn A. P. Rodgers 

Shirley Jonas Longley 



Shirley Village, 

W. B. Edgarton 
Somerville N. A. Daniels 

East Somerville, 

N. L. Dayton 

"West " Benjamin Applin 

North " T. G. Temple 

South Reading (now Wakefield). 

Stoneham Charles E. Home 

Stow John S. Fletcher 

Rock Bottom. . .Augustus Rice 
Sudbury J. S. Hunt 

North Sudbury. .E. A. Conant 

South " .Emory Hunt 

Tewksbury Henry E. Preston 

Townsend Wm. P. Taylor 

Townsend Harbor, 

Chas. Emory 

West Townsend .Albert Howe 
Tyngsborough, 

John H. D. Littlehale 
Wakefield . . . Samuel Kingman 

Greenwood Edward Eaton 

Waltham Samuel O. Upham 

WATERTOWN,Archibald McMaster 

Mt. Auburn. Robert B. Safford 
Waverley (see Belmont). 
Wayland C. L. Howard 

Cochituate Bryant 

Westford. .Sherman D. Fletcher 

Forge ViLLAGE,Luther Prescott 

Graniteville. .Arthur Wright 

Weston George W. Cutting 

Westvale (see Concord). 
Wilmington, Joseph A. Ames 

North Wilmington Silas Buck 
Winchester... George P. Brown 
Woburn Nathan Wyman 

East Woburn, 

Albert L. Richardson 

North Woburn, 

E. E. Thompson 
Woodville (see Hopkinton). 



U. S. POSTAL REGULATIONS. 

Letter Postage to any part of the United States, including Califor- 
nia and the Territories, without regard to distance, three cents per 
half ounce, or fraction thereof, must be prepaid in full. When not 
prepaid, are at once sent to the Dead Letter Office, Washington. 

Newspapers to any part of the United States, to regular subscribers, 
payable quarterly in advance, weekly, not over four ounces, five cents 
a quarter, and five cents for each additional four ounces or part 
thereof; and an additional five cents for each additional issue. Dai- 
lies six times a week, thirty cents a quarter. All other regular peri- 
odicals sent to subscribers, one cent for four ounces or less, and one 
cent for each additional four ounces. Payment to be made at the 
office of publication. 

Letters and papers delivered in cities free of charge. 

Books not over two ounces, two cents prepaid; and two cents for 
each additional two ounces, or part thereof. 

Transient printed matter (except books and circulars), any number 
in one package to one address, not exceeding two ounces in weight, 
one cent prepaid. 

Circulars, in one unsealed envelope, two ounces, one cent; four oun- 
ces, two cents; sixounces, three cents. A business card upon the enve- 



Aeoline" Stop in Gro. Woods Co.'s Organs. It is a most 
beautiful soft or bieathing-stop. 



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MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



TJ. S. Postal Regulations, — continued. 
lope of a circular, or other article of printed matter, does not increase 
the postage. 

Pamphlets, book manuscripts, maps, prints, engravings, blanks, 
letter envelopes, paper, seeds, cuttings, bulbs, roots and scions, one 
cent for each two ounces,, or fraction of two ounces. 

Postage to the British Provinces, six cents per half ounce. Prepay- 
ment optional. 

Money Orders, for sums not exceeding $50 on one order, will be 
issued on deposits with the Postmaster at any money order Post-office, 
payable at any one of the designated offices, — being the larger cities 
and towns in the United States, — on payment of the following fees : 
On orders not exceeding $20, ten cents; over $20 and not exceeding $30, 
fifteen cents ; over $30 and not exceeding $40, twenty cents; over $40, 
twenty-five cents. 

MONEY ORDER OFFICES IN MIDDLESEX COUNTY. 



Ayer, 

Brighton, 

Cambridge, 

Cambridgeport, 

Charlestown, 

Concord, 

Holliston, 

Hopkinton, 

Hudson, 



Lowell, 

Marlborough, 

Natick, 

Newton, 

South Framingham, 

Waltham, 

Watertown, 

Woburn. 



BANKS. 



Brighton. 

NATIONAL BANK OF BRIGH- 
TON. — Org. 1865. Capital, 
$200,000. John L. Ordway, 
Pres. ; B. S. Fiske. Cash. Dis- 
count day, Wednesday. 

NATIONAL MARKET BANK 
OF BRIGHTON. — Org. 1865. 
Capital, $250,000. L. Baldwin, 
Pres. ; E. P. Wright, Cash. 
Discount day, Wednesday. 

Cambridge. 
CAMBRIDGE NAT'L. BANK, 

East Cambridge. — Org. 1864. 
Capital, $100,000. D. R. Sort- 
well, Pres. ; J. C. Bullard, Cash. 
Discount day, Tuesday. 

CAMBRIDGEPORT NATION- 
AL BANK, Cambridgeport. — 
Org. 18G5. Capital, $100,000. 
R. Douglas, Pres. ; S. B. Snow, 
Cash. Discount day, Mondav. 

CHARLES RIVER NATIONAL 
BANK. Org. 1864. Capital, 
$100,000. Samuel B. Rindge, 
Pres. ; Eben Snow, Cash. Dis- 
count dailv- 

FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF 
CAMBRIDGE, Cambridgeport. 
— Org. 1864. Capital, $200,000. 
Benj. Tilton, Pres. ; W. A. Bul- 
lard", Cash. Discount day, 
Monday. 



LECHMERE NAT'L BANK 
East Cambridge. — Org. 1865. 
Capital, $150,000. Lewis Hall, 
Pres.; C. E. Richardson, Cash. 
Discount day, Monday. 

NATIONAL CITY BANK OF 
CAMBRIDGE, Cambridgeport. 
— Org. 1865. Capital, $100,000. 
Geo. T. Gale, Pres. ; E. Rich- 
ardson, Cash. Discount, daily. 
Charlestown. 

BUNKER HILL NATIONAL 
BANK. — Org. 1865. Capital, 
$500,000. Edward Lawrence, 
Pres. ; James Adams, jr., Cash. 
Discount days, Tuesday and Fri- 
day. 

MONUMENT NATIONAL 

BANK. —Org. 1865. Capital, 
$150,000. James O. Curtis,Pres. ; 
Warren Sanger, Cash. Discount 
days, Monday and Thursday. 
Concord. 

CONCORD NATIONAL BANK, 
—Org. 1865. Capital, $100,000. 
George Hey wood, Pres.; H. J. 
Wolcott, Cash. Discount day, 
Monday. 

Framingham. 

FRAMINGHAM NATIONAL, 
BANK. — Org. 1869. Capital, 
$200,000. James W. Clark, 



Frank «. Dodge, 14:'3 Main Street, Woburn, will fill orders for Goods, 
at Manufacturers' Prices. Give him a call. 



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363 



Pres.; Jas. J. Valentine, Cash, 
Discount day, Monday. 

Holliston. 
HOLLISTON NATIONAL 

BANK. — Org. 1865. Capital, 
$150,000. W. S. Batchelder, 
Pres.; Thomas E. Andrews,- 
Cash. Discount day, Monday. 
Hopkinton. 

HOPKINTON NATIONAL 

BANK. — Org. 1864. Capital, 
$150,000. L. H. Bowker, Pres.; 
Wm. E. Jenks, Cash. Discount 
day, Monday. 

Lowell. 

APPLETON NAT'NAL BANK 
OF LOWELL. — Org. 1865. 
Capital, $300,000. John A. 
Knowles, Pres.; John F. Kim- 
ball, Ca?h. Discount days, 
Monday and Thursday. (See 
advt. p. 366). 

FIBST NATIONAL BANK OF 
LOWELL.— Org. 1864. Capital, 
$250,000. Arthur P. Bormey, 
Pres.; Geo. B. Allen, Cash. Dis- 
count days.Tuesday and Friday. 
(See advt. p. 364). 

MERCHANTS NAT'L. BANK. 
—Org. 1864. Capital, $300,000. 
Hocum Hosford,, Pres.; J. N. 
Peirce, jr. , Cash. Discountjdays, 
Monday and Thursday. 41 and 
43 Merrimac. (See advt. p. 367). 

OLD LOWELL NATIONAL 
BANK. — Org. 1865. Capital, 
$200,000. Edward Tuck, Pres. ; 
Chas. M. Williams, Cash. Dis- 
count days, Monday and Thurs- 
day. (See advt. p. 364). 

PRE SCOTT NAT'L BANK 
— Reorg. 1865. Capital, $300,000. 
C. B. Cohurn, Pres.; AlonzoA. 
Coburn, Cash. Discount days, 
Monday and Thursday. 26 and 
28 Central st. (See advt. p. 368 ). 

RAILROAD NAT'L BANK. 
—Org. 1865. Capital, $800,000. 
S. W. Stickney, Pres.; James 



S. Hovey, Cash. Discount daily. 
(See advt. p. 365). 
WAMESIT NAT'L BANK. 
—Org. 1865. Capital, $250,000. 
Charles Whitney, Pres. ; J. H. 
Butterick, Cash. Discount daily. 

Maiden. 
FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF 
MALDEN. Org. 1865. Capital, 
$100,000. E. S. Converse, Pres.; 
Charles Merrill, Cash. Discount 
day, Monday. 

Marlborough. 
FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF 

MARLBOROUGH.— Org. 1864. 

Capital $200,000. Mark Fay,Pres. 

Edmund C. Whitney, Cash. 

Discount day, Monday. 
Newton. 
NEWTON NATIONAL BANK 

— Org. 1864. Capital, $200,000 

J. N. Bacon, Pres.; Daniel. 

Kingsley, Cash. Discount day, 

Thursday. 

Townsend. 
TOWNSEND NAT'L BANK— 

Org. 1865. Capital, $100,000- 
Walter Fessenden, Pres.; Ed- 
ward Ordway, Cash. Discount 
day, Monday. 

Wakefield. 

NATIONAL BANK OF SOUTH 
READING.— Incorporated 1854, 
Capital, $100,000. Lucius Beebe, 
Pres.; Thomas Win ship, Cash. 
Discount day, Tuesday. 
Waltham. 

WALTHAM NAT'L BANK— 

Org. 1866. Capital, $150,000. F. 

M. Stone, Pres.; J. S. Williams, 

Cash. Discount day, Monday. 

Woburn. 

FIRST NATIONAL BANK 

Org. 1865. Capital, $300,000. J. 
B. Winn, Pres.; J. R. Green, 
Cash. Discount day, Monday. 



Framingh am Savi ngs Bank. 

Deposits Draw Interest from the First Saturday 
of every Month. 

DIVIDEND DAYS, FIRST SATURDAY IN MAY AND NOVEMBER, 

Savings Bank open for business on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday 
and Friday, from 9 a. m. to 12 m.; and from 1>£ to 3 p. m. ; and on Saturday 
from 9 A. M. to 12 m. 

The Treasurer will not receive or pay out money at any other place than at 
his office. 



GEORGE PHIPPS, President. 



0. S. ADAMS, Treasurer. 



Hear the " Piano" Stop in Geo. Woods Co. '8 Organs. It is a piano of 
exquisite quality of tone which will never require tuning. 



364 MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



T H E O Ij T) 

LOWELL NATIONAL BANK, 

(FORMERLY THE LOWELL BANK.) 

BANKING-BOOMS IN SAVINGS-BANK BUILDING, 

COKJJER OF SHATTUCK AND MIDDLE STREETS. 

Discount Days, Mondays and Thursdays. Annual Election, Third 
Tuesday of January. 

Incorporated as a State Bank, March 11, 1828. Authorized to commence business 
as a National Banking Asssociation, June 22, 1865. 

CAPITAL, $200,000. 
EDWARD TUCK, President. 

CHARLES M. WILLIAMS, Cashier. 
FRANK N. CHASE, and 

ALBERT S. GUILD, Clerks. 

DIRECTORS = 

Willard A. Brown. Joel Spalding. Phineas Whiting. 

Luthek W. Faulkner. Edward Tuck. William H. P. Wright. 

Jonathan P. Folsom. Gerrit J. Bradt. William Walker. 

FIRST NATIONAL BANK, 

CENTRAL, corner MIDDLE STREET, LOWELL. 

ORGANIZED 1864. 



CAPITAL, - - #250,000. 



ARTHUR P. BONNEY .... President. 

GEORGE B. ALLEN Cashier. 

W. M. SAWYER Teller. 

GEO. W. POORE Clerk. 

DIRECTORS. 

JAMES C. ABBOTT, SAMUEL N. WOOD. 

EPHRAIM BROWN. JOSEPH S. BltOWN. 

W. H. PARKER. P. DEMPSEY. 

OILMAN KIMBALL. AMOS B. FRENCH. 



Discount Days, Tuesdays and. Fridays. 
ANNUAL ELECTION IN JANUARY. 



MISCELLANEOUS DEPARTMENT. 365 



RAILROAD NATIONAL BANK, 

128 Merrimack Street. 

INCORPORATED 1831 - REORGANIZED 1865. 

Oapital, #800,000. 

PAR VALUE OE SHARES, SlOO. 

S. W. STICKNEY, President. 

JAMES S. HOVEY, Cashier. 

JAMES M. COBURN, Teller. FRANK P. HAGGETT, Clerk. 

DIRECTORS. 

8EWELL G. MACK. SAMUEL FAY. 

CHARLES HOVEY. GEORGE RIPLEY. 

WILLIAM A. BURKE. JAMES B. FRANCIS. 

O. H. PERRY. JACOB ROGERS. 

GEORGE MOTLEY. FRANK F. BATTLES. 

8. W. STICKNEY. RICHARD D. ROGERS. 

DI8 COUNT, DAILY. 

MECHANICS SAVINGS BANK, 

MECHANICS BANK BLOCK, 
130 and 132 MERRIMACK STREET. 

ORGANIZED 1861. 

Open every afternoon (except Saturdays), from 2 to 4 o'clock ; and on Thursday and 
Saturday evenings from 7 to 9 o'clock. 

PRESIDENT, 
WILLIAM A. BURKE. 

VICE-PRESIDENTS, 
SAMUEL W. STTCKNEY. HOYT W. HILTON. 

JEREMIAH CLARK. OWEN STREET. 

SAMUEL FAY. 

TRUSTEES, 

ISAAC COOPER. FERDINAND RODLIFF. 

GEORGE RIPLEY. JULIAN V. KEYES. 

CHARLES HOVEY. JACOB ROGERS. 

ALFRED OILMAN. ALEX G. CUMNOCK. 

WILLIAM BROWN. JACOB H. SAWYER. 

HORACE J. ADAMS. GUSTAVUS V. FOX. 

EDWARD F. WATSON. CHA8. L. HILDRETH. 

JOHN DAVIS. 

BOARD OP INVESTMENT. 
SAMUEL W. STICKNEY. JACOB ROGERS. 

GEORGE RIPLEY. E. F. WATSON. 

GUSTAVUS V. FOX. 

TREASURER, 
CHARLES C. HUTCHINSON. 

CLERK, 
L. W. WENTWOR.TH. 



366 MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 

APPLETON NATIONAL BANK, 

6 APPLETON BLOCK, 
CENTEAL ST., LOWELL. 

Capital, - - - $300,000, 



J. A. KNOWLES, - - - - President. 
J. F. KIMBALL, - - - - Cashier. 
S. SE WALL, Jr. - - - - Clerk. 

DIRECTORS. 

WILLIAM B. BENNETT, GEORGE BRAGDON, 

ALDEN B. BUTTRIOK, ISAAC FARRINGTON, 

JOSIAH B.FRENCH, WILLIAM L. NORTH, 

ADDISON PUTNAM, CHARLES B.RICHMOND, 

D. W. C. FARRINGTON, SIDNEY SPALDING. 

Annual Meeting, Second Tuesday in January. Dividends, First Monday of April 
and October. Discount, Mondays and Thursdays. 

J835- Dividends payable iu Boston collected without charge. 

City Institution for Savings, 

6 APPLETON BLOCK, 

CENTRAL ST., LCWBLiL,, 

Open Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday, from i to i o'clock ; 
and Thursday and Saturday evenings from 7 to 9 o'clock. 

Quarters commence on the second Saturdays of January, April, July and 
October. 

RATE OF INTEREST, FIVE PER CENT PER ANNUM. 



NATHAN ALLEN, President, 

JOHN A. BUTTRICK, Treasurer, 

P. A. BUTTRICK and CHAS T. PAUL, Clerks. 

VICE-PRESIDENTS. 

C. H. WILDER, JOSIAH G. ABBOTT, J. ROBBINS . 
TRUSTEES. 

JOHN DAVIS, ABRAM FRENCH, 

J.B.FRENCH, JAMES B.FRANCIS. 

F. H. NOURSE, JOHN K. CHA8E, 

CHAS. R. KIMBALL, W. E. LIVINGSTON, 

A. L. BROOKS, N. M. WRIGHT. 

GEORGE BRAGDON, CHAS. B. RICHMOND. 

BOARD OF INVESTMENT. 

JOSIAH B.FRENCH, JAMES B. FRANCIS, 

JOHN DAVIS, CHARLES B. RICHMOND, 

JOHN A. BUTTRICK. 



MISCELLANEOUS DEPARTMENT. 367 

Merchants' National Bank 

MERCHANTS 9 BANK BUILDING, 

41 & 43 Merrimac Street, Lowell. 

U. S. Depositary, and Financial Agent of the United States. 

CAPITAL, $300,000. 

Converted September, 1864. 

HOCUM HOSFORD, 

President. 

JOHN N. PIEKOE, Jr., 

Cashier. 

HENRY P. WEBBER, ) 

F. W. HURD, \ Clerks. 

G. W. ELY, ) 
DIRECTORS. 

HOCUM HOSFORD. W. H. ANDERSON. 

HORACE J. ADAMS. O. H. MOULTON. 

JOSEPH H. ELY. W. KITTREiGE. 

WILLIAM KELLEY. S. T. LANCASTER. 

JOSHUA N. MARSHALL. JAMES C. AYER. 

A. G-. CUMNOCK. 
Discount, Mondays and Thursdays. Annual Meeting, Second Tuesday in January. 

Central Savings Bank, 

IIST LOWELL, 

41 and 43 Merrimack Street, nearly opposite Central Street. 

RANK HOURS, 

From 9 to 12 A. M., and from 2 to 4 P, M., 

EACH DAY OF THE WEEK, 

AND TUESDAY AND SATURDAY EVENINGS, FROM 7 TO 9. 
CLOSED SATURDAY P.M. 

PRESIDENT. 

OLIVER H. MOULTON. 

VICE-PESIDENTS. 

HIRAM PARKER. JONA. P. FOLSOM. 

THOMAS S. SHAW. FREDERICK AYER. 

GEO. RICHARDSON. CHAS. G. SARGENT. 

TRUSTEES. 

Daniel Swan. Rev. Michael O'Brien. John S. Jaques. 

Benj. Walker. J. N. Marshall. Samuel A. Chase. 

Frederick Frte: George F. Scribner. Joseph S. Brown. 

Joseph R. Hayes. Patrick Lynch. Erastus Boyden. 

Wm. Kittredge. Henry C. Church. W. H. Clemence. 

Geo. W. Coburn. Erra B. Adams. Stark Totman. 

C. H. Latham. W. a. Brown. George W. Young. 

treasurer. 
JOHN N. PIERCE, Jr. 
Quarters commence, 1st Saturday in February, May, August and November. 



368 MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 

PRESCOTT NATIONAL BANK, 

26 & 28 CENTRAL STREET, 
Opposite Middle Street, - - LOWELL, 

Incorporated 1850. Reorganized 1865. 

CAPITAL, $300,000. 

CHARLES B. COBURN, President. 

ALONZO A. COBURN, Cashier. 

FRED. BLANCHARD and FRED. BOYNTON, Clerics. 

DIRECTORS. 
Charles B. Coburn, Charles Stott, Benjamin Adams." R. H. Butcher, 

Elijah M. Read, D. 8. Richardson, A. B. Richardson Albert Wheeler. 

John K. Chase, Hapgood Wright, Chas. G. Sargent, 

ANNUAL MEETING, SECOND TUESDAY IN JANUARY. 

Discount daye, Monday and Thursday; Dividends payable first of April and October. 

Bank Hours, 9 to 13, 3 to 4. Shut Saturday, P. M. 

Sight Drafts and Orders on Boston collected without charge. General Banking 
and Exchange business done on most favorable terms. Drafts drawn on New York. 



THE LOWELL 

Fiye Cent Savings Bank, 

INCORPORATED 1854. 

Receives Deposits in sums of 5 cents to $1,000. 

OFFICE, IN THE PBESC0TT NATIONAL BANK BUILDING 

26 & 28 CENTRAL STREET, LOWELL. 

Opposite Middle Street, First Floor. 

Open every afternoon, except Saturday, from 2 to 4; and Tuesday and Saturday 
evenings from 7 to 9 o'clock. Quarters commence first Saturday in January, April, 
July and October. 

HORATIO WOOD, President. 

VICE-PRESIDENTS. 

F. F. Battles, Nathan Crosby, Sewall G. Mack, Elijah M. Read, Hocum Hosford. 

TRUSTEES. 

John W. Abbott, Benjamin Adams, Chas. B. Coburn, Joseph A. Brabook, 
Thomas Talbot, John F. Kimball, William A. Richardson, Hapgood Wright, John L. 
Cheney. William F. Salmon, John Holt, Oliver E. Cushing, John C. Bartlett, Chas. H. 
Burbank, William Walker. 

ARTEMAS S. TYLER, Treasurer. 

DAVID HEALEY and S. T. BARNES, Clerks. 



MISCELLANEOUS DEPARTMENT. 369 



THE 



New-England Trust Co. 

41 Devonshire Street, corner Water, 

BOSTON. 



CBABTBBSD CAPITAL, - $1©0 S 00O» 

With liberty of increase to $1,000,000. 



Four per Cent Interest allowed on Deposits snbject to Check at 

sight. No Interest on Daily Balances less than $300. 

jggfFTve per Cent on Special Deposits for a 

period of not less than Six Months,^ 



This Company ia authorized to receive and hold moneys and property in TRUST 
and on deposit from courts of law or equity, including courts of probate and insol- 
vency, executors, administrators, assignees, guardians, trustees, corporations and in- 
dividuals, upon such terms and conditions as may be agreed upon. 

DEPOSITS may be made at any time, and INTEREST will be allowed on daily 
balances of Three Hundred Dollars and upwards. 

It will also act as TRANSFER AGENT for RAILROAD and OTHER 8TOCK 
CORPORATIONS, and as agent for the purpose of issuing, registering, or counter- 
signing the certificates of stock, bonds, or other evidences of debt, and for the payment 
of dividends and interest of any corporation, association, municipality, State or pub- 
lic authority, and also as agent or attorney for the care and management of invested 
property, and for the collection of dividends and interest. 

It is by law made a legal depository of money paid into court by the parties to any 
legal proceedings, or which may be brought into court by reason of any order or judg- 
ment in equity or otherwise. 

It will act as TRUSTEE OF MARRIED WOMEN, and take charge of and 
manage their separate property. 

It offers to the public the advantages of a guarantee capital of half a million dol- 
lars, specially invested by requirement of its charter, and a perpetual succession. 



New-England Trust Company. 

BOARD OF DIRECTORS, 1873. 

President, - - - - AMOS A.. LAWBENCJE. 

VICE-PRESIDENTS. 

JEFFREY R. BRACKETT. JOHN C. LEE. 

ALBERT FEARING. 

DIRECTORS. 

WILLIAM CLAFLIN. MARTIN BRTMMER. 

OTIS NORCROSS. AMOS W. STETSON. 

HENRY A. WHITNEY, CHARLES U. COTTING. 

WILLIAM ENDICOTT, Jh. J. LEWIS STACKPOLE. 

NATHANIEL J. BRADLEE. JAMES J. STORROW. 

WILLIAM PERKINS. JACOB EDWARDS. 

JOHN A. BURNHAM. DAVID R. WHITNEY. 

T. JEFFERSON COOL1DGE. 
N. H. HENCHMAN, Secretary. JACOB H. LOUD, Actuary. 



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370 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



SAVINGS BANKS. 



Arlington. 
ARLINGTON FIVE CENTS 
SAVINGS BANK. —Inc. 1860. 
Albert Winn, Pres.; W. Proc- 
tor, Sec. and Treas. 
Brighton. 
BRIGHTON FIVE CENTS 
SAVINGS BANK.— Inc. 1861. 
James Dana, Pres.; J. L. Ord- 
way, Treas. 

Cambridge. 
CAMBRIDGE SAVINGS 

BANK. — Inc. 1835. J. B. 
Dana, Pres.; EbenSnow, Treas. 
CAMBRIDGEPORT SAVINGS 
BANK, Cambridgeport. — Inc. 
1853. Benj. Tilton, Pres.; D. IT. 
Chamberlain, Sec; Edward 
Hyde, Treas. 
EAST CAMBRIDGE FIVE 
CENTS SAVINGS BANK, 
Cambridge. — Inc. 1854. Geo. 
Stevens, Pres. ; Samuel Slo- 
comb, Treas. 
NORTH AVENUE SAVINGS 
BANK, North Cambridge. — 
S. F. Woodbridge, Pres. ; M. L. 
"Walton, Treas. 

Charlestown. 
CHARLESTOWN FIVE CENT 
SAVINGS BANK. — Inc. 1854. 
P. J. Stone, Pres.; Amos Stone, 
Treas. 
WARREN INSTITUTION FOR 
SAVINGS.— Inc. 1829. James 
Adams, Pres.; Geo. F. Tufts, 
Tr-ias. 

Concord. 

MIDDLESEX INSTITUTION 

FOR SAVINGS. — Inc. 1833. 

Geo. M. Brooks, Pres.; George 

Heywood, Treas. 

Framingham. 
FRAMINGHAM SAVINGS 
BANK. — Inc. 1846. George 
Phipps, Pres.; C. S. Adams, 
Treas. (See advt. p. 363) 
Holliston. 
HOLLISTON SAVINGS BANK. 
Inc. 1872. Alden Leland, Pres.; 
Orrin Thompson, Treas. 
Hopkinton. 
HOPKINT'N SAVINGS BANK. 
Inc. 1867. L. H. Bowker, Pres.; 
W. E. Jenks, Treas. 
Hudson. 
HUDSON SAVINGS BANK. 
Inc. 1869. Francis Brigham, 
Pres. ; Francis D. Brigham, 
Treas. 



Lexington. 

LEXINGTON SAVINGS 

BANK. -Inc. 1871. George W. 
Robinson, Pres.; Leonard G. 
Babcock, Treas. 

Lowell. 

CENTRAL SAVINGS BANK— 
Inc. 1871. Oliver H. Moulton, 
Pres. ; John N, Pierce, jr., 
Treas. (See advt. p. 367) 

CITY INSTITUTION FOR 
SAVINGS— Inc. 1848. Nathan 
Allen, Pres. ; John A. Buttrick, 
Treas. Appleton Bank block 
(See advt. p. 366) 

LOWELL FIVE CENTS SAV- 
INGS BANK. — Inc. 1854. 
Horatio Wood, Pres. ; Artemas 
S. Tyler, Treas. ( See advt. p. 368) 

LOWELL INSTITUTION FOR 
SAVINGS.— Inc. 1828. Theo- 
dore Edson, Pres. ; Geo. J. Car- 
ney, Treas. 

MECHANICS SAVINGS 

BANK.— Inc. 1861. W. A. 
Burke, Pres. ; Charle3 C. Hutch- 
inson, Treas. (see advt. p. 365) 

MERRIMAC RIVER SAVINGS 
BANK— Inc. 1871. Josiah G. 
Peabody, Pres. ; G. W. Knowl- 
ton, Treas. 

Maiden. 
MALDEN SAVINGS BANK.— 
Inc. 1860. Henry Barrett, Pres.; 
Charles Merrill, Treas. 

Marlborough. 

MARLBOROUGH SAVINGS 

BANK — Inc. 1860. Elbridge 

Howe, Pres.; E. C. Whitney, 

Treas. 

Medford. 
MEDFORD SAVINGS BANK. 

— Inc. 1869. Edward Brooks, 
Pres. ; Herbert Magoun, Treas.; 
D. W. Lawrence, Sec. 

Natick. 
NATICK FIVE CENTS SAV- 
INGS BANK— Inc. 1859. John 
Kimball, Pres.; James Whit- 
ney, Treas. 

Newton. 
INSTITUTION FOR SAVINGS 
IN THE TOWN OF NEW- 
TON— Inc. 1829. Geo. Hyde, 
Pres.; E. J. Collins, Treas. 
Beading. 
READING SAVINGS BANK. 

— Inc. 1869. E. Hunt, Pres.; 
Nathan P. Pratt, Treas. 



Buy your Goods at Home. Save time and Money by calling at Dodge' 
142 Alain Street, Woburn. 



MISCELLANEOUS DEPARTMENT. 



871 



Stocetaam. 

STONEHAM FIVE CENTS 

SAVINGS BANK.— Inc. 1855. 

B. F. Richardson, Pres. ; Ira 

Gerry, Treas. 

"Wakefield. 

SOUTH READING AND ME- 
CHANIC AGRICULTURAL 
INSTITUTION. — Org. 1833. 
Samuel Gardner, Pres. ; Thomas 
Win ship, Treas. 

WAKEFIELD SAVINGS 
BANK — Inc. 1869. Cyrus 
Wakefield, Pres. ; W. S. South- 
worth, Treas. 

Waltham. 

WALTHAM SAVINGS BANK 
— Inc. 1853. Horatio Moore, 
Pres. ; J. S. Williams, Treas. 



"Watertown. 
WATERTOWN SAVINGS 

BANK. — Inc 1870. Charles J. 

Barry, Pres. ; John K. Stickuey, 

Treas. 

Winchester, 
WINCHESTER SAVINGS 

BANK. —Inc. 1871. David M. 

Skillings, Pres. ; John T. Manny, 

Treas. 

Woburn. 
W OB URN AGRICULTURAL 

AND MECHANICS' ASSO- 
CIATION FOR SAVINGS.— 

Inc. 1830. J. B. Winn, Prts. ; 

John Johnson, Treas. 
WOBURN FIVE CENTS SAV- 

INGS BANK.— Inc. 1854. 

Stephen Dow, Pres. ; James N. 

Dow, Treas. 



INSURANCE COMPANIES. 



Brighton. 
CITIZENS' MUTUAL ASSU- 
RANCE CO. —Inc. 1846. S. 
W. Trowbridge, Pres.; J. W. 
Peabody, Sec. 

Cambridge. 
CAMBRIDGE MUTUAL FIRE 
INSURANCE CO., Cambridge- 
port.— Inc. 1833. Capital, $131,- 
100-75. J. W. Cook, Pres.; A. 
L. Barbour. Sec. (See advt. 
p. 372). 

Charlestown. 

MUTUAL PROTECTION >FIRE 
INSURANCE CO. — Inc. 
1861. Amos Stone, Pres.; John 
R. Wolston, Sec. (See advt. 
below). 

Concord. 

MIDDLESEX MUTUAL FIRE 
INSURANCE CO.— Inc. 1826. 



Geo. Hey wood, Pres.; Richard 
Barrett, Sec. 

Lowell. 

LOWELL MUTUAL FIRE IN- 
SURANCE CO. — Inc. 1834. 
J. K. Fellows, Pres.; J. Cook, 
Sec. 

TRADERS AND MECHANICS 
INSURANCE CO. —Inc. 1848. 
C. B. Coburn, Pres.; O. F. Os- 
good, 6'ec. (See advt. p. 372). 
"Wakefield. 

MUTUAL SAFETY FIRE IN- 
SURANCE CO. — Inc. 1853. 
John Purington, Pres ; Nathan- 
iel Clark, Sec. 

"Westford. 

WESTFORD MUTUAL FTRE 
INSURANCE CO. — Inc. 1840. 
Allen Cameron, Pres.; Asa Hil- 
dreth, Sec. 



MUTUAL PROTECTION 

Fire Insurance ۩mpany t 

No. 1 Chelsea St., City Sq u are, Charlestown. 

The only Insurance Company in Charlestown, will insure on fair terms, Real 

and Personal Property in the State. 
AMOS ©TONE, President. 

I». S. BRIGGS, Vice-President. 

Directors :— G.Washington Warren, P. 8. Briggs, Sampson Warren ,„Thad- 
deu- Richardson, Andrew Sawtelle, Thos. Greenleaf, Geo. B. Neal, George S. 
Pendergast, G. M.. Starbird, P. J. Stone, A. B. Shedd, K. R. Wiley. 

J. It. WOLSTON, Secretary. 

Charlestown, 1873. 



See the beautiful new styles of cases in GEORGE WOODS CO.'S 
Organs. 



372 MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 

TMOEfcSfc MECHANICS 

INSURANCE COMPANY, 

LOWELL. 

MUTUAL AND STOCK. 
Office, S7 Central Street, . . LOWELL. 

DIRECTORS. 

charles b. coburn. a. b. richardson, 

lorenzo or. howe. charles whitney. 

edward tuck. a. e. spaulding. 

hocum: hosford. h. l. williams. 

d. s. richardson. o. f. osgood. 

CHARLES B. COBURN, President. 

0. F. OSGOOD, Secretary. 

In tbe Mutual the risks are First Class, chiefly Dwellings, Furniture and Farm 
Property. A return cash dividend is made on all Policies, and a Cash Fund exists of 
$175,000, with Deposit Notes to amount of $175,000. 

Stock Department risks include other kinds of property not extra-hazardous, at 
current rates. Cash assets. $135,000. 

CAMBRIDGE MUTUAL 

Fir© Insurance Company, 

CHARTERED A. D. 1833. 

at Risk January 1st, 1873, $3,543,318.00. 

ASSETS. 
Deposit Notes, . . $57,946.00. 

Cash and Securities, . 73,154,75. 

This Company insures on first class risks in any part of Massachusetts. 

No charge for Policies, Assignments or Transfers. The Company is paying 20 per 
cent return premiums on all expiring policies. Applications for Insurance, or renewal 
of policies, may he made at the company's office. 

BOSTON LOSSES ALL PAID IN FULL. 

MELLEDGE'S BLOCK, 
555 Main St., cor. Norfolk, Cambrulgeport. 

JOSIAH W. COOF, President. ALFBED L. BAHBCU3, Secretary. 



MISCELLANEOUS DEPARTMENT. 



373 



NEWSPAPERS. 



Arlington. 

ARLINGTON ADVOCATE. 
Weekly. John L. Parker, pro- 
prietor. Terms, $1.00 per an- 
num. 

Ashland. 

ASHLAND ADVERTISER. 
Weekly. Geo. P. Mayhew, pro- 
prietor. Terms, $2.00 per annum. 
Ayer. 

PUBLIC SPIRIT. Weekly. 
John H. Turner, proprietor. 
Termg, $1.00 per annum. 
Cambridge 

CAMBRIDGE CHRONICLE, 
Cambridgeport. Weekly. Geo. 
Fisher, editor. Terms $2.50 per 
annum. 

CAMBRIDGE PRESS, Cam- 
bridgeport. Weekly James 
Cox, proprietor. H. R Harding, 
editor. 531 Main st. Terms, 
$2.50 per annum. 

Charlestown. 

CHARLESTOWN ADVERTI- 
SER. Weekly. Wm. H. De 
Costa, editor. Terms $2.00 per 
annum. 

SATURDAY CHRONICLE. 

Weekly. W. H. Hutchinson, 
publisher. Terms, $2.50 per an- 
num. 

CHARLESTOWN TIMES. 

Weekly. Times Publishing Co. 
Terms, $2.50 per annum. 

WAVERLEY MAGAZINE. 

Weekly. Moses A. Dow, pub- 
lisher. Terms, $6.00 per annum. 
Framingham. 

FRAMINGHAM GAZETTE. 
South Framingham. Weekly. 
Pratt & Wood, publishers. 
Terms, $2.00 per annum. 

RAILROAD JOURNAL, So. 
Framingham Weekly. Pratt 
& Wood, proprietors. Terms, 
$1.00 per annum. 

Hudson. 

HUDSON PIONEER. Weekly. 

Wood & Rawson, proprietors. 

Terms, $2.00 per annum. (See 

adv. dept. p. 136. ) 

Lowell. 

AMERICAN CITIZEN. Week- 
ly. Knapp & Morey, publishers 
and proprietors, No. 44 Central 
stre. t. Terms, $2.00 per annum. 

LOWELL DAILY CITIZEN 
AND NEWS. Daily. Knapp & 
Morey, publishers and proprie- 
tors. No. 44 Central st. Terms 
$5.00 per annum. 



LOWELL DAILY COURIER. 
Daily. Marden & Rowell, pro- 
prietors. Terms, $6.00 per an- 
num. 

LOWELL DAILY TIMES. Daily. 
J. H. Smith, prop. Terms $6.00 
per annum. 

LOWELL WEEKLY JOUR- 
NAL. Weekly. Marden & Row- 
ell, proprietors. Terms, $2.00 
per annum. 

MIDDLESEX DEMOCRAT 

WEEKLY. J. H. Smith, pro- 
prietor. Terms $2.00 per annum. 

SATURDAY VOX POPULI. 
Weekly. On Saturdays. Stone 
& Huse, proprietors!! Terms, 
$2 00 per annum. 

VOX POPULI Weekly. On 
Wednesdays. Stone & Huse, 
proprietors. Terms, $2.00 per 
annum. 

Maiden. ( 

EVERETT PIONEER. Weekly. 
Gray & Metcalf, proprietors. 
Terms, $2.50 per annum. 

MALDEN MIRROR AND 
MESSENGER. Weekly. Gray 
& Metcalf, proprietors. Terms, 
$2.50 per annum. 

MALDEN MESSENGER. Week- 
ly. Maiden Messenger Co., 
proprietors. Terms, $2.50 per 
annum. 

MALDEN TRIBUNE. Weekly. 
A. J. Wells, prop. Terms, $2.00 
per annum. 

Marlborough. 

MARLBOROUGH JOURNAL. 
Weekly Journal Publishing Co., 
props. Terms, $2.00 per annum. 

MARLBOROUGH MIRROR. 
Weekly. Pratt Bros, proprie- 
tors. Terms, $2 00 per annum. 
Medford. 

MEDFORD CHRONICLE. 

Weekly. A. B. Moras, editor 
and publisher. Terms, $4.50 per 
annum. 

MEDFORD JOURNAL. Weekly 
H. W. Pitman, proprietor. 
Terms, $2.00 per annum. 

Melrose, 
MELROSE JOURNAL. Weekly. 
Gray & Metcalf, proprietors, 
Terms, .§2.00 per annum. 
Natick. 
NATICK BULLETIN. Weekly. 
W. W. Hemenway, proprietor, 
Terms, $2.00 per annum. 
Newton. 
NEWTON JOURNAL. Weekly. 



Geo. Woods Co. 'a Combination Solo Stops are remarkable foi the 
beauty and variety of the musical effects of which they are capable. 



374 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



H. M. Stimson, editor. Terms, 
$2.50 per annum. 

BRIGHTON MESSENGER. 

Weekly. H. M. Stimsou, pro- 
prietor. Terms, $2.50 per an- 
num. 

Eeading. 

READING CHRONICLE. Week- 
ly. Gray & Metcalf, proprietors- 
Terms, $2.00 per annum. 

Somerville. 

SOMERVILLE JOURNAL. 
Weekly. J. A. Cuuiuiings & 
Co. proprietors. Terms, $2.50 
per annum. 

Stoneham. 

STONEHAM AMATEUR- 
Weekly. E. T. Whittier, editor 
and proprietor. Terms, $1.12 
per annum. (See adv. dept. p. 
73.) 

STONEHAM SENTINEL. 
Weekly. Gray & Metcalf, 
proprietors. Terms, $2.00 per 
annum. 

"Wakefield, 

WAKEFIELD BANNER. 
Weekly. W. A. Twombly, pro- 
prietor. Terms, $1.50 per annum. 



WAKEFIELD CITIZEN. Week- 
ly. Citizen Newspaper Co., pro- 
prietors. C. F. Richardson, 
manager. Terms, $2.00 per an- 
num. 

Waltham. 

WALTHAM FREE PRESS- 
Weekly. George Phinney, edi- 
tor. Terms, $2.00 per annum. 

WALTHAM SENTINEL. 
Weekly. Josiah Hastings, edi- 
tor. Terms, $2 00 ver annum. 

THE OLIVE LEAF. Weekly. 
Benjamin Worcester, editor, 
George Phinney, publisher. 
Terms, *1.00 per annum. 
Watertown. 

WATERTOWN PRESS. Week- 
ly. George Phinney, editor. 
Terms, $2 00 per annum. 
Woburn. 

MIDDLESEX COUNTY JOUR- 
NAL. Weekly. John L. Parker, 
editor and proprietor. Terms, 
$2.00 per annum. (See adv. 
dept. p. 90.) 

WOBURN ADVERTISER. 

Weekly. Mark Allen, proprie- 
tor. Terms, $1.25 per annum. 
(See adv. dept. p. 84.) 



UNITED STATES INTERNAL REVENUE. 

Sixth Collection District. 

Consisting, in Middlesex County, of the city of Charlestown, and the 
towns of Arlington, Belmont, Billerica, Burlington, Everett, Lexing- 
ton, Maiden, Medford, Melrose, North Reading, Reading, Somerville, 
Stoneham, Tewksbury, Wakefield, Waltham, Wilmington, Winches- 
ter and Woburn. 

George Cogswell, Haverhill, Collector. 
Charles H. Houghton, Charlestown, Deputy Collector in 
Middlesex County. 

Seventh Collection District. 

Consisting, in Middlesex County, of the city of Lowell, and the towns 
of Acton, Ashby, Ashland, Ayer, Bedford, Boxborough, Brighton, 
Carlisle, Chelmsford, Concord, Dracut, Dunstable, Framingham, 
Groton, Holliston, Hopkinton, Hudson, Lincoln, Littleton, Marl- 
borough, Maynard, Natick, Newton, Pepperell, Sherboru, Shirley, 
Stow, Sudbury, Townseud, Tyngsborough, Watertown, Wayland, 
Westford and Weston. 

George H. Gordon, Framingham, Collector. (Law office 

in Boston. ) 
Albert B Russell, Salem, Clerk. 
Geo. M. Kendall, Lowell, Gauger. 

Deputy Collectors in Middlesex County. 

George W. Coburn Lowell. Willard Gay Norwood. 

Albert B. Russell. ...Boston. 



Frank B. Dodge, Watches, Jewelry, SllverWare, Sewing Machines 
Musical Instruments, Fancy Goods, &c, 143 Main Street, Woburn. 



MISCELLANEOUS DEPARTMENT. 375 

GASLIGHT COMPANY ! 

Office, Middle, corner Shattuck Street, 



Capital, - - ^500,000. 

Commenced Lighting, Jan. 1, 1850. 

SE WALL G. MACK, President. 



DIRECTORS. 
WILLIAM A. B URKE. JACOB ROGERS, 
LE VI SPRA G UE. S. W. STICKNE Y. 

JAMES B. FRANCIS. GEO. MOTLEY. 



JACOB ROGERS, Treasurer. 

OLIVER E. CUSHHSTQ, .Agent. 

D. B. BARTLETT, Faymaster. 



COKE I 

CONSTANTLY ON HAND. 

Orders for which may be left at this office. 



376 MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 

BOOTT COTTON MILLS, 

Amory, foot John Street, 

(INCORPORATED 1835.) 

CAPITAL, - - $1,200,000. 

RICHARD D. ROGERS, Treasurer, 

60 State Street, Boston. 

A. 3. CUMNOCK, Agent. JAMES G. MARSHALL, Paymaster. 



Capital Stock $1,200,000 

Number of Mills 5 

Spindles 93,440 

Looms 2,016 

Females employed 1, 100 

Males employed 400 

Yards made per week 380,000 

Pounds Cotton consumed per week 90,000 

Kind of Goods made Sheetings, Shirtings, Printing 

Cloth — 30 to 40. 

Tons Anthracite Coal per annum - 2,000 

Bushels Charcoal per annum .. 800 

Cords Wood per annum 50 

Gallons Oil per annum 7,000 

Pounds Starch per annum 190,000 

Water Wheels. ...6 Turbines, 7 feet 8 inches, and 2 centre 
vent, 9 feet 4 inches diameter; 1 80-inch Swain; 1 En- 
gine, 440 Horse Power. 

Pay-Day week after last Saturday in each month. 



MISCELLANEOUS DEPARTMENT. 377 

Lowell Bleachery, 

Bleachery Street, in south part of the city. 
INCORPORATED, 1832. 



Capital, - - $300,000. 

SAMUEL G. SNELLING, Treasurer, 

82 MILK STREET, BOSTON. 
FRANK P. APPLETON, Agent. 

HAMILTON BURRAGE, Paymaster. 



Females Employed - 40 

Males Employed ----- 360 
Pounds Bleached per Annum - 10,000,000 
Yards Dyed per Annum - - 15,000,000 



ALL GRADES AND STYLES OF 



Cotton Goods Bleached, Dyed & Finished. 



378 MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 

MASSACHUSETTS COTTON MILLS, 

LOCATED AT 

Junction of Merrimack and Concord Rivers, 

BETWEEN BRIDGE AND MERRIMACK STBEETS, LOWELL. 

INCORPORATED 1839. 

CAPITAL, . . . $1,800,000. 



GEO. ATKINSON, Treasurer, 60 State St., Boston. 

GEO. C. RICHARDSON & CO., Selling Agents, 63 Chauncy St., Boston. 

FRANK F. BATTLES, Agent. 

AMOS RUGG, Paymaster. 

Capital Stock $1,800,000 

Number of Mills 6 

Spindles 78,618 

Looms 2,195 

Females employed 950 

Males employed 360 

Yards made per week 420,000 

Pounds Cotton consumed per week 130,000 

Kind of Goods made . . . Sheetings, Shirtings, Drillings 10 to 27 

Tons of Anthracite Coal per annum 1,600 

Bushels Charcoal per annum 800 

Cords Wood per annum 100 

Gallons Oil per annum 7,500 

Pounds Starch per annum 180,000 

"Water Wheels — diam. — 4 Swain Turbines, 5 ft.; 3 Turbines, 10 ft.; 2 do., 

9 ft.; 1 do., 6 ft. 
Steam power 1 engine, 200 horse power. 

PAT-DAT, WEEK AFTER FIRST SATURDAT IN EACH MONTH. 

PRESOOTT MILLS 

ERASTUS BOYDEN, Superintendent. 

PHILETUS BURNHAM, Paymaster. 

PAT-DAT, SAME AS MASSACHUSETTS. 

These mills belong to the Massachusetts Cotton Mills, and the 
Statistics are included in those of that Company. 



MISCELLANEOUS DEPARTMENT. 379 



Tremont & Suffolk Mills, 

LOWELL, MASS. 



Suffolk MaBfg CO. Incorporate! 1830. FrnMnnriATrr. 1071 

Tremont Mills - 1831. " " " " LCOHSOUDATED, 1871, 



JOHN 0. BIRDSEYE, Treasurer, 14 Devonshire St., Boston. 
OHAELES P. YOUNG, Clerk, 14 Devonshire St., Boston. 



CEORCE C. RICHARDSON & CO. Selling Agts. 

61 Chaiincy Street, Boston. 115 & 117 Worth Street, New York. 



THOMAS S. SHAW, Agent, 
J. P. MAXFIELH, Paymaster. 

J?. A. 3IAXFIELH, Supt. 



Capital Btoek, - - $1,200, 



Number of Mills 4 

Number of Spindles 85,000 

Number of Looms 2,100 

Females employed 800 

Males employed 400 

Yards made per week 380,000 

Pounds Cotton consumed per week 100,000 

Kind of Goods made . . . Jeans, Drillings, Sheetings, Shirtings and 

Cotton Flannels. 

Tons Anthracite Coal per annum . 3,500 

Bushels Charcoal per annum 1,000 

Gallons Oil per annum 7,000 

Pounds Starch per annum 120,000 

Water Wheels 8 Turbines, 8 ft. 4 in. diam. 

Steam Power 2 engines, 1,000 horse power. 

Pay-day, week after last Saturday in eac,h month. 



380 MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 

LOWELL MANUFACTURING CO 

MARKET STREET, LOWELL. 

INCORPORATED 1828. 



CAPITAL, - - - $2,000,000. 



D. B. JEWETT, Treasurer, 28 State Street, Boston. 

THOMAS SAMPSON, Jr., Clerk, 28 State St., Boston. 

GEORGE C. RICHARDSON & CO., SELLING AGENTS, 
63 Chauncy St., Boston; and 115 & 117 Worth St., N.T. 

SAMUEL FA-TT, Superintendent. 

AMOS A. BLANCHARD, Paymaster. 



Capital Stock $2,000,000 

Number of Mills 1 Spinning, 1 Carpet, 1 Fine Worsted. 

Spindles 12,500 Worsted and Wool, 2,816 Cotton. 

Looms 290 Power Carpet, 64 Lasting. 

Females employed 1,000 

Males employed 450 

Yards made per week 38,000 yards Carpets. 

Pounds Cotton consumed per week 2,000 

Pounds Clean Wool consumed per week 68,000 

Kind of Goods made Carpets, Serges and Lastings. 

Tons Anthracite Coal per annum 4,500 

Bushels Charcoal per annum 2,000 

Cords Wood per annum 70 

Gallons Oil per annum Red, 24,000; Sperm, 6,000; Olive, 1,200 

Dye Stuffs per aunum to the amount of $100,000 

Water Wheels 2 Turbines, 10 feet diameter; 1 do., 8 feet 

4 inches diameter. 
Steam power 3 engines, 625 horse power. 

Pay-diy, waelj after the last Saturday in each month. 



MISCELLANEOUS DEPARTMENT. 381 



LOWELL CARD COMPANY, 



MANUFACTURERS OF 



1HACHINE 

CARD CLOTHING, 

OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, 

FOR 

COTTON, FLAX AND WOOLLEN 

Hand and Self-Stripping Cards. 

Particular attention given to 

Cards Designed for Napping. 

NO. 96 J\I1DX)LN ST., 
LOWELL, MASS. 

JEREMIAH CLARK. CHARLES L. HARMON. 

LEVI EDGELL. JOSEPH W. WHITTIER. 



382 MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 

RICHARD KITSON, 

LOWELL, MASS. 

BUILDER OF PATENT 

Cotton Openers & Lappers, 

WITH RECENT VALUABLE IMPROVEMENTS. 

PATENT COMPOUND OPENER LAPPER. 
SHODDY WASTE MACHINES 

AND RAG DUSTERS. 

NEEDLE POINTED CARD-CL.OTHING. 

S. E. STOTT, Agent. 

WICKASAUKE WORKS, 

(Established 1867.) 
NORTH CMMLMSFOBD, MASS. 

SWAIN'S 

f 1 Mil wiiiis, 

From Three to Thirty Inches Diameter, 

A. SPECIALTY. 

Governors, Gearing, Shafting, Hangers, Pulleys, Light Circular Saw 

Frames, Emerson's Lever Dynamometers for Shafting and 

Machinery, Hook Gauges, Measuring Weirs, etc. 



MISCELLANEOUS DEPARTMENT. 383 

The Wamesit Power Co. 

LOWELL, MASS. 

LEASES STEAM AND WATER POWER AND 
BUILDINGS FOR 

MANUFACTURING PURPOSES. 

BENJAMIN F. BUTLER, Treasurer. 

D. W. C. FABBINGTON, Agent. 

THE U. S. BUNTING CO. 

LOWELL, MASS. 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

WORSTED GLOTHS, 

Buntings, Damasks and Moreens. 

I>. W. C. FARR1NGTON, Treasurer. 

"W. H. M0DANIEL8, Agent. 



The Wamesit Worsted Co. 



MANUFACTURERS OF 



Viae W@^it©€ fafii^ 

ALSO, SHETLAND AND FLOSS YABNS. 

D. W. C. FARRINGTON, Treasurer. 

W. H. McDANIELS, Agent. 

I " 



CMTlin II FIXBD AM1ITI0I. 

D. W. C. FABBINGTON, Treas 



384 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



The Swain Turbine Co. 

PROPRIETORS AND MANUFACTURERS OF 

i'S IIB1I WHIR WHEEL, 



LOWELL, MASS. 



Fig. 1 is a perspective view of an Iron-Cased 18-inch Wheel, adapted 

to a very high head. 
The Casing, G, con- 
tains the wheel and 
gate. From G rises the 
quarter turn which is 
to connect with the 
pent-stock, flume or 
fore-bay, from which 
the water is supplied 
for the wheel. This 
quarter turn also sup- 
ports the gate-hoist- 
ing apparatus, consist- 
ing of the hand wheel 
A ; gear, B ; pinion, 
C ; rack, D ; gate 
rods, E ; and their 
packing boxes, F. F. 
These wheels are pe- 
culiarly adapted to 
mill sites subject to 
back water, or the 
flow of tides ; also, 
where the drought of 
summer reduces the 
flow of water to three- 
fourths, one-half, or 
even one-fourth the ca- 
pacity of the wheel. 
For these purposes es- 
pecially they are war- 
ranted superior to any- 
thing ever yet invent- 
ed. 




MISCELLANEOUS DEPARTMENT. iJHo 

OF THE 

Locks and Canals 

ON 

MERRIMACK RIVER, 

Office, Broadway, - LOWELL. 

INCORPORATED 1792. 

JOHN T. MORSE, Treasurer, 

14 Devonshire Street, Boston. 

JAMES B. FRANCIS, Agent. 

NOAH B. HARLOW, Paymaster. 

This Company control and manage the Water- 
Power of the Merrimack River, at Lowell, 
and also carry on works for 

KLY^JSriZIlSTGh TIMBER. 



Pay-day on the Monday after the last Saturday of each 
month. 



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MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY, 




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DIRECTORY OF PATRONS 

OUTSIDE OF 

MIDDLESEX COUNTY. 



Agricultural "Warehouse. 
Parker & Gannett, 49 North Market (see adv. dept. 

p. 226) Boston 

Automatic Oilers. 

Holmes & Blanchard, 35 Haymarket square (see 

adv. dept. p. 229), Boston 

Baggage Checks. 

Bobbins John, 42 Kneeland (see adv. dept. p. 

224), Boston 

Bakers. 

Boston Wheat and Bread Co. (crackers and bis- 
cuit), 12 Canal (see adv. dept. p. 220), Boston 

Banks. 
The New England Trust Co. 41 Devonshire (see 

advt. p. 369), Boston 

Belting (Rubber). 

American Rubber Co. 42 Bedford (see advt. opp. p. 

210), Boston 

Blacking Manufacturers. 

Brown B. F. & Co. (boot and shoe), 156 Court (see 

adv. dept. p. 225), Boston 

Boiler Makers. 
Chubbuck S. E. & Sons, 971 Tremont (see advt. 

back col.), Boston 

Morrill, Whittemore & Co. 37 Lincoln (see adv. 

dept. p. 224), " 

Boiler and Pipe Covering. 
Asbestos Felting Co., H. W. Sayre, supt. 11 Pem- 

berton sq. (see advt. opp. p. 47, front), Boston 

Bolting Cloth. 
Holmes & Blanchard, 35 Haymarket sq, (see adv. 

dept. p. 229), Boston 

Boot and Shoe Blacking, Varnish and Ink. 

Billings, Sherriff & Co. 135 Essex (see advt. opp. 

p. 59, front), Boston 



Geo. Woods Co.'s Parlor and Vestry Organs are not equalled for 
purity aud brilliancy of tone. 



388 MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 

Boot and. Shoe Dies and Sinkers. 
Taylor S. K. & Co. 293 and 297 South (see adv. 

dept. p. 223), Boston 

Boot and Shoe Findings. 

Taylor S. K. & Co. 293 and 297 South (see adv. 

dept. p. 223), Boston 

Boot and Shoe Goods. 
Harrington & Co. 289 Washington (see advt. back 

colored), Boston 

Boot and Shoe Manufacturers. 
Harrington & Co. 289 Washington (see advt. back 

colored), Boston 

Boot and Shoe Machinery Manufacturers. 
Shoe Machinery Manuf. Co. 25 Charlestown (see 

advt. opp. 58, front), Boston 

Tripp Boot and Shoe Co. 75 Hanover (see advt. opp. 

p. 59, front), • " 

Builders' Stone. 
Lombard & Co., Atlantic avenue, cor. Lewis wharf 

(see adv. dept. p. 221), Boston 

Burr Millstones. 
Holmes & Blanchard 35 Haymarket sq. (see adv. 

dept. p. 229), Boston 

Cable Screw Wire Manufacturers. 
American Cable Screw Wire Co. 25 Charlestown 

(see adv. dept. p. 222), Boston 

Carpetings. 

Brooks W. P. B. & Co. 151 Hanover (see advt. 

opp. p. 6, front), Boston 

Goldthwait, Snow & Knight, 43 and 45 Washington 

(see advt. opp. p. 7, front), " 

Channel Cement. 
Billings, Sherriff & Co. 135 Essex (see advt. opp. p. 

59, front), Boston 

Checks (Baggage). 

Robbins John, 42 Kneeland (see adv. dept. p. 224), 

Boston 
Cheques. 

Spencer S. M. 117 Hanover (see adv. dept. p. 225), 

Boston 



Frank B. Dodge, Watchmaker, Hi Main Street, Woburn, Watches 
Repaired. 







DIRECTORY OF PATRONS. 


389 


Chimney Tops. 
"Waldo J. Adan & Co. 4 Liberty sq. (see adv. 
p. 230), 

Chromos. 


Sept. 

Boston 


Bufford J 
opp. 


. H.'s Sons, 490 Washington (see 
p. 221), 


advt. 

Boston 


Churns (Blanchard's Prize and Cylinder). 
Parker & Gannett, 49 North Market (see adv. 

dept. p. 226), Boston 




Cider and Wine Mills. 




Parker & 
dept. 


Gannett, 49 North Market (see 
p. 226), 


adv. 

Boston 


Coal Company. 
Bangs & Horton (agents for "Wilkes Barre Coal and 
Iron Co., Maryland Coal Co., Despard Gas 
Coal Co.), 18 Kilby st. (see adv. dept. p. 221), 

Boston 
Coal Dealers (Wholesale). 
Bangs & Horton, 18 Kilby (see adv. dept. p 221), Boston 




Corn Shellers. 




Parker & 
dept. 


Gannett, 49 North Market (see 
p! 226), 


adv. 

Boston 


Corrugated Iron, 
Boston Corrugated Iron Co. 5 Pemberton sq 
advt. opp. p. 47, front), 


(see 

Boston 




Counters. 




Hughes John A. & Co. 151 Washington (see 
dept. p. 223), 


adv. 

Boston 




Crockery, China and Glass. 




Stedman 
cover 


D. B. & Co. 103 Broad (see advt. 
Crutches. 


back 

Boston 


Bjn-nes L 
(see 


, T. M. Kenney, agt., 172 Harvard place 

idv. dept. p. 222), Boston 




Die Sinkers. 




Spencer ^ 

Hamblen 
opp. 


>. M. 117 Hanover (see adv. dept. p 

Drain Pipe. 

& Mathews, 82 and 84 North (see 
p. 276), 


225), 

Boston 

advt. 

Boston 



George Woods Co.'s Combination Solo Stops are remarkable for the 
beauty and variety of the musical effects of which|they are capable. 



390 MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 

Drain Pipe Manufacturers. 
Waldo J. Adan & Co. 4 Liberty sq. (see adv. dept. 

p. 230), Boston 

Drug Mills. 

Holmes & Blanchard, 35 Hayinarket sq. (see adv. 

dept. p. 229), Boston 

Engineers (Mechanical). 
Morrill, Whittemore & Co. 37 Lincoln (see adv. 

dept. p. 224), Boston 

Engine Turners. 
Margot Brothers, 23 Water (see adv. dept. p. 222), 

Boston 
Expresses. 

Ballou G. M. 8 Court sq. (see adv. dept. p. 174), Boston 
Eaton Everett J., (Boston and Needham,) 34 

Washington (see adv. dept. p. 215), " 

Fancy Goods. 
Hollings R. & Co. 369 Washington (see advt. back 

colored), Boston 

Felt Manufacturers. 

Asbestos Felting Co., H. W. Sayre, supt. 11 Pem- 

berton sq. (see advt. opp. p. 47, front), Boston 

Fertilizers, and Cucumber Wood and other Pumps. 

Parker & Gannett, 49 North Market (see adv. 

dept. p. 226), Boston 

Fire Brick, Clay and Tile. 

Waldo J. Adan & Co. 4 Liberty sq. (see adv. dept. 

p. 230), Boston 

Fish Dealers (Wholesale). 
Andrews, Rich & Co. 9 and 11 Commercial wharf 

(see advt. front colored), Boston 

Fishing Tackle. 
Bradford & Anthony, 18 Boylston (see advt. opp. 

p. 190), Boston 

French Dressing Manufacturers. 

Brown B. F. & Co. 156 Court (see adv. dept. p. 

225), Boston 

Furnaces and Ranges. 

Chilson Gardner, 99 and 101 Blackstone (see advt. 

front colored), Boston 



Frank Jt. Dodge, Optician, Hi Alain Street, Woburn, dealer in Spec- 
tacles and .Eyeglasses. 



DIRECTORY OP PATRONS. 



391 



Wilder Chas. B. & Co. 103 North (see advt. front 

colored), Boston 

Furniture Dealers. 

Brooks W. P. B. & Co. 151 Hanover (see advt. 

opp. p. 6, front), Boston 

Gaiter Manufacturers. 

Harrington & Co. 289 Washington (see advt. back 

colored), Boston 

Galvanized. Iron Cornices. 
Boston Corrugated Iron Co. 5 Pemberton sq. (see 

advt. p. 47, front), Boston 

Garden, Grass and Field Seeds. 
Parker & Gannett, 49 North Market (see adv. 

dept. p. 226), Boston 

Gasolene. 
Goss D. J. & Co. 31 India (see advt. back cover), Boston 

Gas Pipe Manufacturer. 
Cunningham Thomas, 8 Central (see adv. dept. p. 

194), Boston 

Gluene Manufacturers. 

Brown B. F. & Co. 156 Court (see adv. dept. p. 

225), Boston 

Grainars. 
McGil) John, 39 Sudbury (see adv. dept. p. 200), Boston 

Hardware, Cutlery, etc. 
Bradford & Anthony, 18 Boylston (see advt. opp. 

p. 190), Boston 

Hardware Manufacturers. 
U. S. Lock Co. 55 Devonshire (see advt. back 

colored), Boston 

Hay, Straw and Corn Stalk Cutters. 
Parker & Gannett, 49 North Market (see adv. dept. 

p. 226), Boston 

Hay Tedder (Bullard's Improved). 
Parker & Gannett, 49 North Market (see adv. dept. 

p. 226), Boston 

Horse and Hand Lawn Mowers. 
Parker & Gannett, 49 North Market (see adv. dept. 

p. 226), Boston 



The cases of Geo. Woods Co.'s Organs are of the most beautiful and 
graceful desigus. 



392 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



Horse Hoes and Cultivators. 
Parker & Gannett, 49 North Market (see adv. dept. 

p. 226) Boston 

Horse Rakes (Bay State and others).- 
Parker & Gannett, 49 North Market (see adv. dept. 

p. 226), . Boston 

Hose Manufacturers. 

American Rubber Co. 42 Bedford (see advt. opp. 

p. 210, front), Boston 

Hotel. 

Belmont House, F. B. Holden (see adv. dept. p. 

127), Berlin 

Hotel Checks. 
Robbins John, 42 Kneeland (see adv. dept. p. 224), Boston 

Insurance Agents. 
Hastings W. B. & Co. 15 State (see advt. front 

colored), Boston 

Stocking & Austin (New York Life Ins. Co.), 13 

Merchants Exchange (see advt. back cover), " 

Insurance Company. 

Dwelling House Insurance Co. (fire), 29 State (see 

advt. back cover), Boston 

Iron Founders. 

Holmes & Blanchard, 35 Haymarket square (see 

adv. dept. p. 229), Boston 

Iron and Steel Dealers. 

Boston Corrugated Iron Co. 5 Pemberton sq. (see 

advt. opp. p. 47., front), Boston 

Kerosene Fixtures. 
Hollings R. & Co. 369 Washington (see advt. back 

colored), Boston 

Lanterns. 
Munson S. II. 71 Kingston (see adv. dept p. 221), Boston 
Lantern Manufacturer. 

Binney John (street and ship), 124 Broad (see adv. 

dept. p. 221), Boston 

Leather Belting. 
Holmes & Blanchard, 35 Haymarket sq. (see adv. 

dept. p. 229), Boston 



Frank B. Dodge, 142 Main Street, Wobiirn. "Watches and Jewelry 
Repaired in the heat manner, 



DIRECTORY OF PATRONS. 393 

Leather Board. 

Spaulding & Co. 217 Broad (see adv. dept. p. 223), 

Boston 

Leather Manufacturers and Dealers. 

Davis Brothers & Co. 43 North (see adv. dept. p. 

22), Boston 

Hunt & Hill, 86 South (see adv. dept. p. 220), " 

Lithographers. 
Bufford J. H.'s Sons, 490 Washington (see advt. 

opp. p. 221), Boston 

Locks. 

U. S. Lock Co. 55 Devonshire (see advt. back col- 
ored), Boston 
Lock Manufacturers, 

U. S. Lock Co. 55 Devonshire (see advt. back col- 
ored), Boston 
Machinists and Machinery Manufacturers. 

Chubbuck S. E. & Sons, 971 Tremont (see advt. 

back colored), Boston 

Tripp Boot and Shoe Co. 75 Hanover (see advt. 

opp. p. 59, front), " 

Manufacturing Companies. 

American Br.' 1 :r Cx 12 Bedford (see advt. opp. 

p. 210), Boston 

Tripp Boot and ..hoe Co. 75 Hanover (see advt. 

opp. p. 59, front), " 

U. S. Lock Co. £5 Devonshire (see advt. back col- 
ored), " 

Manufacturers' Supplies. 
Place J. D. & Co. 84 Union (see adv. dept. p. 220), 

Worcester 

Mechanical Engineers. 
Holmes & Blancbard, 35 Haymarket sq. (see adv. 

dept. p. 22Pj, Boston 

Mechanics' Tool Manufacturers. 
Barwick Wrench Co. 5 Pemberton sq. (see advt. 

front cover), Boston 

Mill Furnishings. 

Holmes & Blanchard, 35 Haymarket sq. (see adv. 

dept. p. 229), Boston 



Geo. Woods Co.'s Organs are constructed in the most thorough and 
perfect manner. 



394 MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 

Millstones. 
Holmes & Blanchard, 35 Haymarket sq. (see adv. 

dept. p. 229), Boston 

Mill Stone Cement. 
Holmes & Blanchard, 35 Haymarket sq. (see adv. 

dept. p. 229), Boston 

Millwrights. 

Holmes & Blanchard, 35 Haymarket sq. (see adv. 

dept. p. 229), Boston 

Morocco Manufacturers. 

Davis Brothers & Co. 43 North (see adv. dept. p. 

227), Boston 

Moulding Sand. 

"Waldo J. Ad an & Co. 4 Liberty sq. (see adv. dept. 

p. 230), Boston 

Musical Instrument Manufacturers. 
Boston Musical Instrument Manufactory, 71 Sud- 
bury (see adv. dept. p. 222), Boston 
Hall & Quimby, 62 Sudbury (see adv. dept. p. 227), " 

Naval Stores. 

Curry Daniel, 104 "Water (see adv. dept. p. 220), BostOD 

Newspapers. 

Chtpp David & Son, 334 Washington (see adv. dept. 

p. 224), Boston 

New York Life Ins. Co. 
Stocking & Austin (agents), 13 Merchants' Ex- 
change (see advt. back cover), Boston 
Oil Cloth Carpetings ("Wholesale and Eetail). 
Goldthwait, Snow & Knight, 43 and 45 Washing- 
ton (see advt. opp. p. 7, front), Boston 
Oil Dealers. 
Goss D. J. & Co. 31 India (see advt. back cover), Boston 

Oils and Paints. 
Bearse R. & Co. 150 Commercial (see advt. back 

colored), Boston 

Organ and Melodeon Stops. 
Byrnes L., T. M. Kenney, agent, 17 Harvard pi. 

(see adv. dept. p. 222), Boston 

Paint Dealers. 
Bearse R. & Co. 150 Commercial (see advt. back 

colored), Boston 



Frank B. Dodge, Dealer in all kinds of Sewing Machines, 14 3 Alain 
Street, Woburu. 



DIRECTORY OP PATRONS. 395 

Paints, Oils and Glass. 

Curry Daniel, 104 Water (see adv. dept p. 220), Boston 

Paint Mills. 

Holmes & Blanchard, 35 Haymarket sq. (see adv. 

dept. p. 229), Boston 

Paint Mill Manufacturers. 

Holmes & Blanchard, 35 Haymarket sq. (see adv. 

dept. p. 229), Boston 

Paper Manufacturers. 

Rice, Kendall & Co. 109 State (see adv. dept. p. 

225), Boston 

Paper Warehouses. 

Hall H. K. W. 114 Washington (see advt. front col- 
ored), Boston 
Rice, Kendall & Co. 109 State (see adv. dept. p. 225), " 
Spaulding & Co. 217 Broad (see adv. dept. p. 223), " 

Paper and Twine. 

Spaulding & Co. 217 Broad (see adv. dept. p. 

223), Boston 

Picks. 
Munson S. H. 71 Kingston (see adv. dept. p. 221), Boston 
Pictures. 

Bufford J. H.'s Sons, 490 Washington (see advt. 

opp. p. 221), Boston 

Pipe Tongs Manufacturers. 
Barwick Wrench Co. 5 Pemberton sq. (see advt. 

front cover), . Boston 

Plough Cushions. 

Parker & Gannett, 49 North Market (see adv. 

dept. p. 226), Boston 

Plumbers' Materials. 

Hamblen & Mathews, 82 and 84 North (see advt. 

opp. p. 276), Boston 

Portable Grinding Mills. 

Holmes & Blanchard, 35 Haymarket sq. (see advt. 

dept. p. 229), Boston 

Printers (Book and Job). 

Clapp David & Son, 334 Washington (see adv. dept. 

p. 224), Boston 



Hear the " Vox Humana" Stop in Geo. Woods Co. 'a Organs j it ia 
baritone solo stop, not a mere fan or tremolo. 



396 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



Boston 



Publishers. 
Bufford J. H.'s Sons, 490 Washington (see advt. 

opp. p. 221), Boston 

Clapp David & Son, 334 Washington (see adv. 

dept. p. 224), " 

Pulleys. 
Holmes & Blanchard, 35 Haymarket sq. (see adv. 

dept. p. 229), Boston 

Pumps. 

Hamblen & Mathews, 82 and 84 North (see advt. 

opp. p. 276), Boston 

Morrill, Whittemore & Co. (steam), 37 Lincoln 

(see adv. dept. p. 224), " 

Railroad, 
Eastern R. R. (Geo. F. Field, agt.) 134 Washing 
ton (see advt. back colored), 

Railroad Supplies. 

Munson S. H. 71 Kingston (see adv. dept. p. 221), 

Boston 
Reed and Harness Maker. 

Place J. D. & Co. 84 Union (see adv. dept. p. 220), 

Worcester 
Rubber Belting. 

American Rubber Co. 42 Bedford (see advt. opp. 

p. 210), Boston 

Rubber Goods Manufacturers. 
American Rubber Co. 42 Bedford (see advt. opp 
p. 210), 

Rubber Hose. 
Hamblen & Mathews, 82 and 84 North (see advt. 

opp. p. 276), Boston 

Rubber Paints. 
Bearse R. & Co. 150 Commercial (see advt. back 

colored), Boston 

Scythes (Phillips', Messers', Colby's, etc). 
Parker & Gannett, 49 North Market (see adv. 

dept p. 226), Boston 

Shafting and Pulleys. 
Chubbuck S. E. & Sons, 971 Tremont (see advt. 

back colored), Boston 

Holmes & Blanchard, 35 Haymarket sq. (see adv. 

dept. p. 229), " 



Boston 



The best assortment of Watches, Clocks, and Jewelry, will he found 
at Dodge's, 143 Main Street, Woburn. 



DIRECTORY OP PATRONS. 397 

Shears Manufacturers. 
Rowe & Culver, Webster sq. (see adv. dept. p. 219), 

Worcester 
Shovels and Spades. 

Parker & Gannett, 49 North Market (see adv. 

dept. p. 226), Boston 

Show Case Manufacturers. 
Hughes John A. & Co. 151 Washington (see adv. 

dept. p. 223), Boston 

Sporting Apparatus. 
Bradford & Anthony, 18 Boylston (see advt. opp. 

p. 190), Boston 

Stable. 

Holden F. B. (see adv. dept. p. 127), Berlin 

Stationers. 
Gay Aaron R. & Co. 130 State (see advt. back 

colored), Boston 

Steam Engine Builders. 
Chubbuck S. E. & Sons, 971 Tremont (see advt. 

back colored), Boston 

Morrill, Whittemore & Co. 37 Lincoln (see adv. 

dept. p. 224), « 

Steam Heating Apparatus. 
Chubbuck S. E. & Sons, 971 Tremont (see advt. 

back colored), Boston 

Morrill, Whittemore & Co. 37 Lincoln (see adv. 

dept. p. 224), » 

Steel Manufacturers and Dealers. 
Jessop William & Son, 134 North (see adv. dept. 

p. 227), Boston 

Stencil Engraver. 

Spencer S. M. 117 Hanover (see adv. dept. p. 

225), Boston 

Stencil Goods. 
Spencer S. M. 117 Hanover (see adv. dept. p. 

225), Boston 

Stencil Manufacturer. 

Spencer S. M. 117 Hanover (see adv. dept. p. 

225), Boston 

Stencil Plates. 
Spencer S. M. 117 Hanover (see adv. dept. p. 

225), Boston 



Hear the "Aeoline" Stop in Geo. Woods Co.'s Organs. It is a most 
beautiful soft or breathing-stop. 



398 MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



Stereotypers. 
Boston Stereotype Foundry, 18 Spring Lane (see 

adv. dept. p. 228), Boston 

Stove Dealers. 
Wilder Chas. B. & Co. 103 North (see advt. front 

colored), Boston 

Stove Manufacturer. 
Chilson Gardner, 99 and 101 Blackstone (see advt. 

front colored), Boston 

Tags (Key). 

Bobbins John, 42 Kneeland (see adv. dept. page 

224), Boston 

Trust Company. 

The New England Trust Co. 41 Devonshire (see 

advt. p. 369), Boston 

Turner (Wood and Ivory). 
Byrnes L., T. M. Kenney, agt. 17 Harvard place 

(see adv. dept. p. 222), Boston 

Twine. 
Hall H. K. W. 114 Washington (see advt. front 

colored), Boston 

Varnish. 
Goss D. J. & Co. 31 India (see advt. back cover), Boston 

Vegetable Cutters and Hay Presses. 

Parker & Gannett, 49 North Market (see adv. dept. 

p. 22G), Boston 

Vibrating Shears. 

Rowe & Culver, Webster sq. (see adv. dept. p. 

219), Worcester 

Watch Case Manufacturers. 
Margot Brothers, 23 Water (see adv. dept. p. 222), Boston 

Water Wheels. 
Holmes & Blanchard, 35 Haymarket sq. (see adv. 

dept. p 229), Boston 

Wrench Manufacturers. 
Barwick Wrench Co. 5 Pemberton sq. (see advt. 

front cover), Boston 



Silver Ware made to order at Dodge's, 142 Main Street, Woburii, less 
than Boston prices. 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTOKY. 



399 



STATE CONSTABLES IN MIDDLESEX COUNTY. 



H. C. Hoyt Newton 

Josiah A. B ean Natick 

John E. Tidd Woburn 

Francis Hinckley Maiden 

Pembroke S. Rich Ayer 

Edward E. Souther. .Somerville 
Micah B. Priest Marlborough 



Benj. F. Baker Hopkinton 

W. H. Gertz Cambridge 

Charles A. Cannon. .Somerville 

Wm. N. Tyler Melrose 

Joseph Neenan. .Cambridgeport 
George N. Bramhall, " 

JohnS. McAdoo Somerville 



ALFRED MIME & SON, 



STEAM POWER 



BOOK AND JOB 




ESTABLISHED 40 YEARS. 



OPPOSITE CITY HAIL, 



E0ST02<r^HASS. 



Geo. Woods Co.'s Organs are constructed in the most thorough and 
perfect manner. 




400 MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 

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" f 

PATTEN & BATCHELDER, 

DEALERS IN 

LUMBER, 

Doors, Windows, Blinds, Moulding, Brackets, 

CUTTERS AND CONDUCTORS. 

Office and Yard, Curtis's Wharf, 

MEDFORD, MASS. 

B. W. PATTEN. J. F. BATCHELDER. 

MACHINERY Af km t 

FOR THE 

Purchase, Sale & Exchange of ail Kinds of 

MACHINERY. 

ADDRESS 

JEREMIAH CLARK, 
96 Middle Street, - - - Lowell, Mass. 

Nabnassett Manufacturing Co. 

Foot of Crosby Street, Whipple's Mills. 

A, D. CHANDLER, Pres. and Supt. 

JEREMIAH CLARK, Treasurer. 

SPINDLES 5,000 

LOOMS . 104 

HANDS EMPLOYED 70 

MANUFACTURE COTTON GOODS. 
Lowell, Mass, 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY 

DIRECTORY. 

ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 

TAYLOR & BARKER, 

Manufacturing Chemists, 

LOWELL, MASS. 

W. P. Taylor. T. C. Barker. 

I\ & J. COURTNEY, 

DEALERS IN 

GROCERIES AND COUNTRY PRODUCE. 

ALSO, 

CHOICE LIQUORS of every description constantly on 
hand at low figures. 

No. 104 Suffolk Street, LOWELL, MASS. 



W. H. BAGSHAW, 

Manufacturer of all kinds of Needle-Pointed 

SaeMne Card ©lotilag, 



IN WOOD, FOR FLAX, JUTE AND TOW. 

Also, Hackle, Gill, Card and Comb Pins of every description ; Flat 

Pins, Picker Pins, Hemp-Spreading and Drawing Pins, 

Machine Wool Combs, Gills, Fallers, Hackles 

and Porcupines. 

MECHANICS' MILLS, - - LOWELL, MASS. 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 





gbaknb wobks, 

Nob. 19 & 21 Main Street, 

First Marble Works on Cambndgeport Bridge 

coming from Boston, 

CAHBS1D6EFOBT, MASS. 

tfS~ Monuments, Gravestones, Tomb Tables, 
Chimney Pieces, Table and Counter Tops, Soap 
Stone, etc., etc. 



<s> 




CO 



STONE WARE 

DRAIN PIPE, 



FOR SALE BY 



N. T. STAPLES & SONS, 

No. 7 Bank Building, Middle Street, 
LOWELL, MASS. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



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THE CHINA T COMPANY 

Have opened a Store at the corner of 
MERRIMAC AND PRESCOTT STREETS, LOWELL, 

WHERE TIIEY WILL SELL 

PURE COFFEES AND TEAS 

At the Lowest Living Prices. 

Genuine Male Berry Java, Genuine Mocha, Pure Java and Rio Coffee ground in 
the store, if desired. 

BIG}- T's IN THE WINDOW. 

S. H. WEAVER, 

PROPRIETOR OF THE 

GODFREY ROOFING. 

Having covered some of the largest and best buildings in Lowell, the last three 
years, we are prepared to cover roofs for builders and others, with the best English 
and Irish felt in the market, and Godfrey Composition. Reference unlimited. 

Orders left in rear of 

196 MIDDLESEX STREET, LOWELL, MASS. 



XKT.A.'rXOlNr^.Xj IE*XXj3E3 "VI7-OX1KS. 



DUCKWORTH & KNOWLES, 

MANUFACTURERS OF ALL KINDS OF 

Files and Rasps. 

Hand-made Files and Rasps from the best cast steel. Particular at- 
tention given to Re-cutting of all kinds of old Files and Rasps. Re-cut ! 
Files to exchange or for sale. 

WORKS, 29 MIDDLESEX STREET, LOWELL, MASS. 

Every File hardened in the fire. 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



ABTIMAB iFABEll, 

DEALER IN ALL KINDS OF 




Rough & Hammered Granite, 

Cellar Stone, Granite Flagging, North River Flagging, 
Curbing, Sills, Lintels, Coping, etc. 

Wharf and Yard, 43 Main Street, Cambridgeport. 

(CAMBRI0GE BRIDWE.i 

Boston Office, Mechanics' Exchange, 17 COIHT STREET, BOSTON. 

Special attention given to Cemetery and Monumental Work, Lettering, etc. 

Lowell Coffee and Spies Mills, 

R. SIMPSON, PROPRIETOR, 



MANUFACTURER OF 



Coffees «fi? Spices, 



And Wholesale Dealer in 



Mustard, Foreign Fruit, Plain & Fancy Soaps, e to. 
343 QElSTTIFL^ll, ST., 

LOWELL, MASS. 

Agenta for OI.ARK'S and JTATIOHTAL YEAST CAKES. 

JOHN WALSH, 

MANUFACTURER OF 

Fin© Worsted Yarns 

FOR WEAVING PURPOSES. 

ALSO, 

SHETLAND AND FLOSS YARNS, 
WHIPPLE'S MILLS, - - LOWELL. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



J^lMES FINN, 
MARBLE WOBKS, 




Marble Mantels, Monuments, Counters, Flcor Tiling, 

FURNITURE AND PLUMBERS' WORK, 

80 & 82 MAIN STREET, - - OAMBRIDGEPORT. 

Special Attention given to Cemetery and Monumental Work. 

PETER BLESSINGTON, 

DEALER IN 

Bough & Hammerefl Granite, 




Cellar Stone, Granite Flagging, North River Flagging, Curbing, Bills, Lintela, 
Coping, etc. 

Wharf and Yard, 39 Main Street, - Cambridgeport. 

130 Border Street, -------- East Boston. 

Boston Office, Mechanics' Exchange, 17 Court Street, - Boston. 

Monumental and Cemetery Work executed in the best manner. 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 




m©§§ MaiifMfmr f 

AND DEALER IN 

BLANKETS, CUERY COMBS, 

Brushes^ "Wliip©, etc., 

401 Main Street, CAMBRIDGEPOKT. 

4S-JOBBING of all kinds neatly done and promptly- 
attended to. 

E. SHBPPABD, 

FLOHIB1* 

And Floral Decorator. 

BOUQUETS. WREATHS. 

Crosses, Cut Flowers, 
PLANTS, SHRUBS, 

TREES, Etc. 

G-reenbouses and Nursery, 

FAIBMODNT STREET, - - - BELVIDERE, 
LOWELL, MASS. 

N. B. — Order Box at WING BROTHERS, corner John and Lee Streets. All 
orders promptly attended to. 

S. C. SMITH, 

MANUFACTURER OF 

CAP AND SET SCREWS 

Of Superior Quality. 

Large stock constantly on hand, consequently I can furnish SCREWS and TAPS f 
to Machinists using my Gauge, without delay. 

Shop, Harris' Mills, Broadway, LOWELL, MASS. 




ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



F>. LYNCH, 

WHOLESALE DEALER IN 

Foreign & Domestic Wines, 

LIQUORS, 




ETC. 

OlIIARS 

J^T 3VL-A.Pa-XT3E»-A.OTTJH.3E3n.!S' PRI03SS. 

Also, Sole Agent in Lowell for 

BILBURK & STANLEY'S 

No. 41 Market Street, Lowell, Mass. 

And Wholesale Dealer, at Manufacturers' Prices, in 

Green & Amber Glass & Stone Ware, 

WINE BOTTLES, 

Flasks, Demijohns, Jugs, Etc, 

Also, Wholesale Dealer in 

FLOUR, GRAIN, 

Etc., Etc. 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 




ARTHUR Q. PHELAN, 

Druggist and Apothecary,. 

Cor. of Corham and Summer Sts., 

Prescriptions compounded with care, day and night. Lowell, MasSi 

CAHTKR BROTHERS, 

Manufacturers of and Dealers in 
PICTURE FRAMES OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS, 

Pictures, Steel Engravings, Lithographs, Chromos, etc., 
in great variety. 

No. 165 CENTRAL STREET, LOWELL, MASS. 

WILLIAM ANDREWS, 



EVERYTHING OF MONUMENTAL AND MEMORIAL CHARACTER, IN 

MARBLE AND GRANITE, 

Executed in a superior manner by 

WILLIAM ANDREWS, 

Thorndike Street, near Middlesex St., and Northern Depot, Lowell, Mass. 
BEIXTT Ss KCTJRID, 

Manufacturers of Leather Belting, at Half Price, 

INNER SOLES, HEELS, AND STIFFENING FOR SHOES. 

Also, dealers in. Second Hand Machine Card Clothing, Doffer Fillet and Scrap Leather. 

No. 77 Market Street, Lowell, Mass. 

ISRAEL BENT. E. A. HURD. 

LOWELL WIRE CLOTH MANUFACTORY. 

H1LDRETH «fc RICE, 

Manufacturers of WIRE CLOTH, NETTINGS. Bird Cages, 

Corn Poppers, Foundry Riddles, and every description of "Wire Work. 

Wholesale and Retail Dealers in KITCHEN FURNISHING GOODS. 

h. a. hildreth . NO. 16 MIDDLE ST., LOWELL. frank e. rice. 

PARSONS A GZBBY, 

Copper Stamp &, Stencil Manufactory, 

NO. 3 FLETCHER STREET, LOWELL, MASS. 

Over S. Ashworth & Co.'s File Works. 
Also, Dealers in Blue, Black and Red Stamping Inks. 



Embroideries stamped, of all kinds, in the new " ARCADE BUILDLYG," 38 
Winter Street, BOSTON, 

JBy PARSONS «fc GIHBY. 

All kinds of Embroidery worked and materials furnished. Stamping done in five 
minutes. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



BERNARD RILEY & CO. 

DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF 




The Best Lackawanna Coal from Delaware & Hudson Canal Co. always on hand. 

Orders may be left at 25 Davidson Street, Belvidere, or at the Yard, 

WESTERN AVENUE, 

Under Dodge & Sherburne's Elevator, LOWELL, MASS. 

THE BRADFORD HOUSE. 

HARRY TOWLER, Proprietor, 

54= DCTTON STREET, - - - - LOWELL. 

Meals at all hours. Open for transient and permanent guests. Near 
Merrimac Street Depot. 

J. McDERMOTT, 

DEALER IN 

BOOTS, SHOES & RUBBERS. 

Also, Dealer In Shoe Findings, Oak *fe Hemlock Sole Leather, 

Nos. 79 & 80 Middlesex St., - - LOWELL, MASS. 

HENRY W. MACKIE, 

Lumber Manufacturer and Dealer, 

CUSTOM SAWING OF ALL KINDS. 

At Whipple's Old Saw Mill, - - Lowell, Mass. 

DIMENSION LUMBER, CLAPBOARDS, ETC. 
O". 3VX. PiLXjMS», 

rtuREAL ESTATE AGENT, 
ml 

112 Merrimac St., Lowell, Mass. 

Rooms to Let, furniehed or unfurnished, In various parts of the city. 

J". ~. TOLMAN", 

Wholesale and Retail Dealer in 

*WMBT IHB1A OOODS, 

CROCKERY, GLASS AND WOODEN WARE, 

366 & 368 MERBIMAC AND 11 CABOT STEEET8, - - - LOWELL, MASS. 



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MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



Charlestown Drain Pipe Works, 

(ESTABLISHED 1812,) 

No. 41 MEDPORD STREET, 

Sear Chelsea Bridge, Chiriestown, Mass. 

EDMANDS & CO. 






DRAIN PIPE. 

Alao, dealers in 
FIRE CLA" , FIRE SAND, KAOLIN, etc. 



JOSEPH HARDING^ 

Dealer in all kinds of 




Fresh.Salt. Smoked & Pickled Fish, 




Oysters, Clams and Lobsters in their season. 

THORNDIKE STREET, Opposite Depot, LOWELL, MASS. 



FAP11 HANaiNai, 

WINDOW SHADES & HOLLANDS, 

Tassels, Cords, etc. 
KEROSENE OIL LAMPS, 

Artists' and Wax Flower Materials, 

PAINTS, OILS, AND GLASS. 

A fine assortment of all the above named Goods can always be found with 

f ISE1 & SPALBINO, 

Sucoessors to J. B. FIELDING & CO. 

101 & 103 Central, and 3 & 4 Jackson Sts., 

LOWELL, MASS. 




ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 13 

BROWN & CHASE, 

Practical Job Printers, 

GIVE PERSONAL AND CAREFUL ATTENTION TO ALL ORDERS. 

R:oms 9, 10 and 11 Bank Building, Shat.uck Street, 
jLowell, Mass. 

LEONARD BROWN. SAMUEL H. CHASE. 

Orders received for Copper-Plate and Lithographic Work. 

RYDEJST & ROOKS, 

h 

GRAINERS, 

Glaziers and Paper Hangers- 
No. 1 Whipple Street, - - LOWELL, MASS. 

J. RYDEN. O. W. ROOKS. 

H. 3VC. WOODWARD, 

MA. SO INT. 

Contractor for Brick Work and Plastering. 

OFFICE, 

LIBERTY SQ., cor. of ADAMS & SUFFOLK STS., 

LOWELL, MAJSiS. 

JOHN E. RYAN, 

And Dealer in 

West India Goons, Country Produce, 

And Fruits in their Seasons ; also, Flour 
Grain, and Meal. 

197 Gorham Street, - Lowell, Mass. 




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MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



MANUFACTURERS OF 




43 Hig-li Street, 



Flock-Wool 

MATTRESSES, 

Cribs , Cradles, Pillows and 
Bolsters. 

Also, Excelsior and Husk Mattresses 

with Wool Top. 
- Harwell, Mass. 



■llillif 11 WISE 

CTOHIIsr "W. GRAY, 

PJROPBIBTOB. 

81 J\larl<:et St., Lowell, JUass. 



Choice Wines, Liquors and Cigars. English and Scotch Ales 
and Porter, constantly on hand. 

LlTery, Hack St Bumf ling SteMe, 

NO. 15 PRESCOTT STREET, LOWELL, MASS. 

m- THE LARGEST AND BEST FURNISHED IN THE CITY. 

'First-class I lucks may be had at my stable on Prescott St. 
»t all hours of the day ot night. Four new and superior 
Hacks always in readiness at Funerals, Weddings or Parties. 

Mr. L. has also in readiness large and comfortable Yehi- 
cles, fitted up expressly for the accommodation of Picnic 
and other Parties, and two, four and six horse Sleighs. 

All orders properly attended to. 

Passengers arriving at the depot and wanting a carriage 
will please inquire for 1). G. Lbavitt's Hack. 

GVEO- -W\ HCXJISTTOOISr, 

MACHINIST, - - - - LOWELL, MASS. 

Manufacturer of the Patent Adjustable 

TAP, OR REAMER WRENCH. 





Taps,. Reamers, Cutters, Counter-Bores, and Watchmakers' Tools made to order. 

Model M aking and Jobbing **f all kinds. 

ADJUSTABLE TAP, OR REAMER WRENCHES. 

Size A, fitting shanks from 1-8 to 5 lr) diameter, inclusive *» f 

SizeB, " " " 1-4 to 5-8 " " * "| 

Size C, " " " 1-2 to 1 in. § ** 

Size D " " «• 7-8 to 1 8-8 M " * w 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 15 

SPALDING & BROWN, 

Shuttle Makers. 

ELEVATOR BUILDING, WESTERN AVENUE, 
Lowell, Mass. 

Shuttles for Jute and Flax Bagging. 
also, for webbing, silk and ribbon looms. 

E. G. Spalding. Post Office Box 403, 

James Brown. LOWELL, MASS. 

Steam Boiler Enqineering, 

(30 YEARS EXPERIENCE.) 

BOILERS AND ENGINES SET AND REPAIRED. 

Grates Constructed, General Jobbing, etc. 

RESIDENCE, 

35 1-2 Gushing Street, - - - Lowell. 
J. W. MUEKLAND, 



AND MANUFACTURE!! OF 



PATTERNS AND MODELS. 

Also, Jacquard Machines of all kinds made to order. 

Western Avenue, - - Lowell, Mass. 

O" Picker Sticks of all kinds manufactured and constantly on hand. 

BENJAMIN LAWRENCE, 

MANUFACTURER OF 

Engine & Hand Lathes & Planers. 

ALSO, 

INDEX AND UNIVERSAL MILLING MACHINES. 
BROADWAY, - - - LOWELL. MASS. 



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RUNJS&S, DAVIS A f ©ITIS, 

Granite Contractors 



AND DEALERS. 



o^ 



x \ Kinds d 0/J 



i 

C 

a. 

o 




* 



o 



o 

CD 



YARD, - - CONGRESS STREET, 

LOWELL, MASS. 



HENRY RUNELS. 

N. A. DAVIS. 



CHARLES RUNELS 
C. W. FOSTER. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 17 

D.M.PRESCOTT&CO. 

PLAIN AND ORNAMENTAL 

PLASTERERS. 

AND 

STUCCO WORKERS, 




171 CENTRAL STREET, LOWELL, MASS. 

Whitening, Coloring and Whitewashing, 

DONE AT SHORT NOTICE. 

Orders through the Post Office promptly attended to. 
Ornaments sent to all parts of the Country. 

B 



18 MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 

B. GODDARD & SON'S 

DINING ROOMS 

Also, Wholesale and Jtetail Dealers in 

^onjfecfwiifm and §Jsahe t 

37 CENTRAL STREET, 

LOWELL, 34LAJSS. 



Particular attention given to the Manufacture of 

ICE CREAMS, JELLIES, WEDDING AND OTHER CAKE. 




MARCELLUS A. PATTEN, 

I^fllllF 11 ^ 



♦ 

GREENHOUSES, WEST 411 STREET, CENTRALVILLE, LOWELL, MASS. 

BRIDAL AND FUNERAL FLOWERS PUT UP TO ORDER. 

Bouquets, Wreaths, Crosses, Stars, etc. Greenhouse 
and Bedding Plants in variety. 

ORDER© PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



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J\ 3MC. TORSBY dfc OO. 

BOIX MANUFACTORY, 

3VEt. Vernon St., IjottctoII . Mass. 

All kinds of Wooden Packing Boxes made to order. 




DOVETAILED CASKET, 

Manufactured by J. M. Torsey & Co., Lowell, Mass. Various sizes constantly on 
hand, or made to order. This cut represents a part of a Burial Casket with the joints 
dovetailed widthways of the board, and is much stronger than nailing and glueing 
(which falls apart after exposure to the wet), and can be made at any angle or flare. 
it makes every joint perfect. 




RUNELS& DAVIS, 



(Successors to Runels, CJough & Co.1 



Granite Dealers. 



GRANITE WORK OF ALL KINDS DONE 
AT SHORT NOTICE. 



THORN DIKE ST., 

Lowell, Mass. 



20 MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 

GEORGE N. TROWBRIDGE & SON, 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

Oablaet Tinitare 9 

SIDE BOARDS, CHAMBER SETS, 

Show Cases, Book Cases, Desks, Pulpits. 

ALSO, WOOD TURNING OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. 

Wamesit Mills, DUTTON STREET, LOWELL, MASS. 

J". Or. ZFIE-A-IBCaDir, 

.MANUFACTURER OF 

PINE AND VENEERED DOORS, 

Sashes, Blinds, Shutters, etc, 

WAMESIT MILLS, - - - DUTTON STREET, 
LOWELL, MASS. 

THOMAS BRADY, 

MANUFACTURER OF 

Brackets, Scroll Sawing, 

WOOD TURNING OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, 

STAIR POSTS, NEWELLS and BALUSTERS. 

MECHANICS' MILLS, over A. L. Brooks & Co.'s Planing Mills, 
DUTTON STREET, LOWELL, MASS. 

DANIEL D. DRISOOLL, 

DESIGNER AND WOOD CARVER. 

All kinds of Carving done at short notice and on reasonable terras. 

House, Ornamental, Furniture and Door Carving, 

NEATLY DONE. 

PICTDRE FRAMES, BRACKETS and WALL POCKETS made to order. 

Shop, DUTTON STREET, opp. Wamesit Steam Mills, 
LOWELL, MASS. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 21 

J±. W. SHELDON, 

DEALER IN 

Groceries, Provisions and Country Produce, 

2 CABOT STREET, , . LOWELL, MASS. 

nun. c. h?:r,.a.'x , t & go. 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

DOORS, SASH AND DLINDS. 

Doors in Black "Walnut, Ash, Chestnut and Oak Veneers. 
WAMESIT STEAM MILLS, BUTTON ST., LOWELL, MASS. 

Manufacturers of Mouldings, Gutters, Brackets, Window Frames, and every de- 
scription of House Finish. Planing of Boards, Plank and Timber; Matching, Groov- 
ing. Straight and Scroll Sawing, etc., etc., done to order. 

M. C. PRATT. AMASA PRATT. 

B. F. & C. E. RUSSELL, 

DEALERS IN 

WEST INDIA GOODS 

Choice Family Groceries, 

Crockery, China, Glass and Earthen Ware 

Also, Agents for Lowell and vicinity for 

FLEISCHMANN & CO.'S COMPRESSED YEAST 
MARKFT, CORNER DUMMER STREETS, LOWELL, MASS 




PRESCOTT ST. WC0.D YARD, 15 PRESCOTT ST., Lowell, Mass, 

JR. O. ADAMS, ^Proprietor 
DEALER IN BEST QUALITY OF ALL KINDS OF 

HARD AND SOFT WOOD. 

Sawed or unsawed. Orders promptly filled, and wood delivered free to all parts 
of the city. 

Established 1865. 

BRIG-G-S & COMPANY. 



NO- 17 BATTERYMAROH ST., 
BOSTON, MASS. 

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Directories supplied to order for any part of the United States. 



22 MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 

W. B. Favor & Hm 9 

Manufacturers of 

Doors, Sash and Blinds. 

Hard Wood Veneered Doors manufactured to order. 

WAMESIT STEAM MILLS, 
Button St., « Iiowell, Mass. 

N B. FAVOR. N. P. FAVOR. 

JVAJVEIES IBIROIPECIZ-, 

DEALER IK 

BEEF, PORK, MUTTON, LAMB, 
HAM, POULTRY 

And Choice Family 

'GROCERIES,] 

'Cor. Market and Dnmmer Sts. 
LOWELL. 

DEALER IN 

MilliEery, Yelvets, BiMmmis, 
LACES, FRENCH FLOWERS, ETC. 

No. 17 MERRIMACK HOUSE BLOCK, LOWELL, MASS. 

TS. B. Bleaching and Pressing done in a satisfactory manner. 

:e=>. :£E ^^^TIBIF*., 

DEALIK IX 

GROCERIES, 

Teas, Coffee and Allspice. 

Also, Agent for the best Brands of 

XX and. XXX STOCK ALE AlvD 






A choice selection of WHISKIES, WINES, 
CIGARS, etc., constantly on hand. 

203 MARKET ST., LOWELL. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 23 

Pevey Brothers, 

IRON FOUNDERS, 

WALKER street, 
Lowell, Mass. 



MACHINERY CASTINGS, HOUSE WORK, FURNACE GRATES, WIN- 
DOW WEIGHTS, AND GENERAL BBING. 



ALSO, SOLE BUILDERS OF THE 



PEVEY CUPOLA. 

Orders promptly executed. P- O. I 



ROLLINS & SARGENT, 




MASONS, PLASTERERS, & STUCCO WORKERS, 

Whiteners and Colorers. 

No. 59 CENTRAL STREET, - - - - LOWELL, MASS. 

JONATHAN ROLLINS. WARREN SARGENT. 



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GLARE BROTHERS, 



DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF 




ii LAG Em 

ALSO, MAKERS OF 

Bolt Headers and Screw-Cutting Machines, 

CUSHING STREET, - - - LOWELL, MASS. 

ALFRED BARNEY, 

Wholesale Dealer in 

ALL KINDS OF 

WOODEN WARE. 

Tubs, Pails, Brooms, Brushes, 
MATS, BASKETS, STOVE POLISH, SIEVES, 

Blacking, Wrapping Paper, Twine, Ink, Clothes Tines, 
Blueing, Tacks, JEtc. 

6 Jackson Street, 
LOWELL, MASS. 

Also, a specialty of BROOMS, 
BRUSHKS, PAILS and BAS- 
KETS, for Mill use. 

E. A. & A. T. SMITH, 

AND DEALER IN COAL TAR AND PITCH. 

Orders for putting down Side Walks, Garden Walks, Warehouse and Stable Floors, 
Street Pavements, Etc., executed on short notice. 

OFFICE, 

120 Central St. 

LOWELL. 





ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 




Successor to Peabody & Co., 

""i\E BOLTS 4 SCREWS, 

For all kinds of common Machine Work, such as BOLTS WITH NUTS, 

Milled Machine Screws, 

Made to any thread and size; made from sample or drawing. Send for Price-List. 
ALSO, 

MFR. OF WOOD WORKING MACHINERY. 

Patterns for eight sizes of Wood Planers from 8'' to 30". Weight from 200 to 2,500 
lbs. Prices from $100 to $500. 

Box Machinery for Dovetailing, 

For any kind of Joinery, from such as Coffins, Caskets, Bath-Tubs, Refrigerators, to 
Plain and Fancy Boxes. 

BoxGrooviiigMachiues 

Warranted to be the easiest and quickest working, and doing the largest range of work 
of any machines for similar work. Price from $100 to $300. 

For further particulars send for Price-List. 

LOWELL, ■ - MASS. 

J8®" Please give tour Addbess plainly. 



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MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



OEOi Ij. HTOfOON, 

Sale, Boarding & Livery Stable. 

154 & 156 MIDDLESEX ST,. 
LOWELL, - - MASS. 

(Nearly opp. Middlesex Street Depot.) 

Particular attention paid to furnish- 
ing Carriages for Parties, Weddings, 
Funerals, etc. 




DEALERS 




01! 




FEED, GRASS SEED, 

FERTILIZERS, ETC. 

No. 39 Market St., Lowell, Mass. 

Grain Bags lent are to be returned within fifteen days, or they will be charged at the 
rate of Fifty Cents each. 

MIDDLESEX HOUSE 



Middlesex, 



Near Lowell. 



Situated on the best road out of the City, in the healthiest place in the State, and 
the most quiet. Eligible to trains North and South. 
Choice Wines, Ales and Cigars. Billiard Hall and Stables connected with the 



TERMS, - - - $2.00 FEE, T^ATST. 

JOHN H* DWBQ1N, Proprietor. 

SAMUEL J. ROGERS, Clerk. 

RICHARDSON BROS. 

DEALERS IN 

Beef, Pork, Lard, 

BACON, POULTRY, 

And all kinds of Vegetables, 
Fruit, etc. 

No. 179 Middlesex St., 

Opp. the Northern Depot, 

LOWELL, MASS. 

Also, wholesale dealers in Veal, 

Calves and Sheep. 
John A. G. Richardson. Julian A. Richardson. 




ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



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J. W. PROCTOR, 

Wholesale and Retail Dealer in 

STEAM AND GAS FITTINGS 

AND FIXTURES 

Of every description. 

Plumbing for Dwell- 
ings, Shops, Etc. All 
kinds of Pumps set and 
repaired. 

78 Dutton Street, 

LOWELL, MASS. 




ELLIOTT Sz, SMITH, 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

Cap, Set and Sewing Machine Screws, 

JACK SPOOL JOURNALS, LAG SCREWS, TAP BOLTS, 

ALL KINDS OF 

MACHINE SCREWS AND STUDS. ALSO, TAPS AND DIES. 

3 Gushing Street, - Lowell, Mass. 



EPIIRAIM ELLIOTT. 



GEORGE P. SMITH. 



PJLAISTED & PRATT, 



MANUFACTURERS OF 



TIN, SHUT IRON AND COPPER WARE. 

Tin Roofing a. Specialty. 
200 DUTTON STREET, LOWELL, MASS. 



A. R. PLAISTED. 



W. A. PRATT. 



.A.. L. WIRICr-HZi:. 



MANUFACTURER OF 




BOBBIN MICIIIIRY, JIG S1WS, 

Saw Arbors, Speed Lathes, Fire Pnmps, Etc. 
ALSO, ALL KINDS OF WOOD WORKING MACHINERY. 



Wamesit Mills, Lowell, Mass. 

All kinds of Jobbing promptly executed. 



30 MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 

LITCHFIELD & COMPANY, 
Wholesale Commission Merchants, 

For the Sale of all kinds of 

Country Produce, Flour, Grain, 

DUTTON ST., OPP.'A. L" BROOKS & CO. 

RE PERERQE8 : 

Charles M. Williams, Cashier, Old Lowell National Bank. TJtley, Boynton & Coj 
53 Commercial, and 60 Clinton Streets, Boston. Conant & Sanborn, 17 South Market 
Street, Boston. A. B. Nelson, Derby Line, Vermont. 

Boston Branch Oyster House, 

f§fp B. H. FLOOD, Proprietor. ^§? 
48 Dutton Street, L,well, Mass. 

Oysters Wholesale and Retail as Cheap as can be Bought in Boston. 

OYSTERS COOKED IN EVERY STYLE. 

CHOICE BRANDS OF CIGARS. 



MANUFACTURERS OF 



Patent Wood Working Machinery, 

ADJUSTABLE CIRCULAR SAW BENCHES, 

And Patent Adjustable Hanger with Self-Oiling Box. 

WQ* 100 HMABWATp 



LOWELL, MASS. 

G. -W. HARRIS. 



RICIIEBS8I & CUTTER, 




DEALERS IN 



Guns, Pistols, Pocket Cutlery, 

FISHING TACKLF, SKATES, Etc. 

'§§ 0BOTBA& BntBET, 

Lowell, Mass. 

Repairing and Key I J itti?ig done at Short Notice. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 31 

CYRUS BLOOD, 

DEALER IN 

Beef, Pork, 

LARD, 

'Ham, Eggs, 




I5TJTTJEK, 

Cheese, Vegetables and 
Provisions, 

Liberty Square, cor. of Adams 
and Suffolk Streets, 

1* o w e r, r, . 



.AJLIBEIR/r yiles, 

Raiser and Dealer In 

Lettuce, Cucumbers & Early Vegetables, 



TOMATOES AND CABBAGE PLANTS IN THEIR SEASON. 

West Sixth, corner Coburn Street, - - Lowell, 

HOWES & BURNHAM, 

Dealers in 

All kinds of Lumber, 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. 

Dutton street, near Wamesit Mills, Lowell, Mass. 



J. F. HOWE. C. BURNHAM. 



GRIFFIN & LAKE, 

(Successors to Thomas Pratt,) 

Stair Builders, 

No. 57 Gushing St., Lowell, 3Iass. 

Stairs of every description put up. Stair Rails, Posts, Balusters, 
etc., on hand and furnished to order at short notice. 




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MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY, 



L0W1LL HBAIIfi Wf'ftlS, 

DANIEL H RICHARDSON, Proprietor, 
WILLIAM H. FRENCH, - - - Agent and Contractor. 




Works, School Street, Head of Western Ave., 

LOWELL, MASS. 

The Agent, Mr. FRENCH, is a practical mechanic, and pays his whole attention to 

MONUMENTAL AND ALL KINDS OF CEMETERY WORK, 

Both Plain and Carved. He is prepared to furnish SOLDIERS' MONUMENTS, as 
he has one of the finest Granite Quarries, of Concord Granite. He also furnishes 
Granite Fronts, Bridges, Steps and Buttresses, Etc., Etc., 

At short notice and on the most reasonable terms. All orders received by mail or 
otherwise promptly attended to. 

P. S. Having a quarry at Concord, N. H., I am prepared to furnish Granite of any 
dimensions, at the shortest notice and most reasonable rate All letters may be ad- 
dressed to 

D. H. RICHARDSON, Proprietor, 

OR 

WILLIAM H. FRENCH, Agent. 

Lowell Granite Works, - - Lowell, Mass. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



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HODODOl & SOH, 




ARCHITECTS, 

BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS, 

LO'W'EXjIIL, - - - MASS. 



Charles W. Hodgdon. 



Chadncy W. Hodrdon. 



J. W. MARSH, 




CONTRACTS FOR AND BUILDS 



Mills, Factories, Stores and Houses. 

Plans and Etti nates furrEhsd upon application. 

AliSO, PLASTERER A.TXJD MASTIC WORKER. 

9 Mt. Washington St., Lowell. 



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GEO. L. FOWLER, 

CARPENTER 

AND BUILDER, 

No. 152 Broadway, 
LOWELL, MASS. 



WILLIAM T. FULLER, 

Carpenter and Builder. 

All kinds of Carpentering and Building done at short notice 
and on reasonable terms. 

SHOP AND RESIDENCE ON 

WALKER STREET, NEAR WESTFORD, 

LOWKI/L,,- MASS. 




CARPENTER 



BUILDER, 
DOVER STREET, - LOWELL, MASS. 

Jobbing Done on Reasonable Term?. 

HOUSE CARPENTER, 

BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR. 

ALL KINDS OF JOB WORK EXECUTED WITH PROMPTNESS. 
ORDERS SOLICITED. 

Shop 302, Residence 300, S:hool Street, - Lowell, Mass. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 35 

CEO. B. FARNHAM, 

House Carpenter, 

BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR. 

.AJ1 kinds o± Job Work executed with, promptness, 
Orders Solicited. 

SHOP, 242 MIDDLESEX STREET, 
RESIDENCE, 18 BUTTERFIELD STREET, 

LOWELL, - - - ■ MASS. 

J. W. BENNETT, 

Carpenter and Roofer, 

Successor to D. W. HORNE in the Roofing Business, and Agent for WARREN'S 

IMPROVED FELT ROOFING MATERIAL, manufactured by the New 

England Felt Roofing Company. Also, 

Eddy's Patent Self-Feeding Horse and Cattle Crib, 

And Rights for Middlesex County for Sale. 

ALL ORDERS LEFT AT HIS 

Carpenter's Shop, - - - - - 84=1 Middlesex Street. 

lCootiutt shop, (Home's old stand,) ... Western Avenue, 

Or Sent through the Post office, will receive prompt attention. 

JSS5* Also, Manufacturer of Lampblack. 

GEO. W. PEARSON, 

Carpenter and Builder. 

PtANS AND SPECIFICATIONS FURNISHED TO ORDER. 

Lowell, Mass. 
Shop, No. 13 Middle St. Office, No. 7 Bank Building, Mile Si 

ORDERS PROMPTLY EXECUTED. 

J±. EMEESON , 

Contractor and Builder, 

37 CEDAR, STREET, 

Lowell, ]VEass. 

All kinds of Building and Jobbing done at Short Notice, in Lowell 
and Vicinity. 



36 MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 

W. €k HOWS, 

House Carpenter, Builder and Contractor. 

ALL KINDS OF JOB WORK EXECUTED WITH PROMPTNESS. 

ORDERS SOLICITED. 

10 Mjwtle Street* ©otaer of lonrilt, 

OENTREVILLE, 
LiO^rell, - - ■ - - IVT^iss- 

DANIEL RICHARDSON, JR. 

Contractor and Builder, 

2 ELLIOTT STREET, 

Lowell, - - - - Mass. 



All kinds of Building and Jobbing done at short notice in 
Lowell and vicinity. 

Carpenter and Builder, 

Shop, 10 Wcstrord St., Office, I Cad Block, Central St, 
LOWELL, -.,-:-.- M^SS. 

Particular attention paid to all kinds of Job "Work. 






ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 37 

House Carpenter, 

BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR, 

All kinds of Job Work executed with promptness. 

Shop, $5, Residence, 111 Howard Street, Lowell, Mass. 

FRANCIS CAELL, 

CONTRACTOR AND DOILDER, 

AND 

Improved Real Estate Dealer. 

HOUSES FOR SALE AND TO LET. 

Westford Street, Cor. "Walker, 

LOWELL, MASS. 



All kinds of Building and Jobbing done at short notice, 
in Lowell and vicinity. 

s. zsr. PROCTOR, 

HOUSE CARPENTER. 

Rear 181 Central, nearly cpp. Tyler St., LOWELL. 

{ESTABLISHED 1SS0,) 

Continues to answer promptly all orders in his line. 

CONTRACTS FOR NEW BUILDINGS' TAKEN. 

Repairing, Remodelling of Buildings, Stores, etc., attended to. 



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MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



PACE & BARNARD, 




Contractors and Builders. 

ALL Mm OF MASONRY DONE AT SHORT NOTICE. 

LOWELL, MASS. 
M. C. PAGE, B. F. BARNARD, 



First Street, near Simpson. 



JVo. 5 Railroad Street. 



1 HOWE STREET, LOWELL, M 

DarmiHter & In 



MANTJFACTVRER OF JPUMJPS. 

All kinds of Carpentering and Building done at short 
notice, and on Reasonable Terms. 

CHARLES GOULD, 

CARPENTER AND BUILDER, 



Job "Work attended to Promptly, 



66 BRANCH STREET, 



LOWELL, MASS. 



MILTON ALDRIOH, 



Manufacturer of 



HAND AND BENCH SCREWS, 

Cabinet and Piano Forte Makers* Clamps. Wood Turning neatly done at reasonable rates. 
Mechanics' Mills, Dntton Street, - Lowell. 




ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 39 

NORTON <& TROUDEAU, 

DEALERS IN 

Groceries, Provisions and Country Produce, 

214 MIDDLESEX STREET, LOWELL, MASS. 

Wl<&ww§m,mm lteiillsilf»is 

287 MERRIMAC STREET, LOWELL. 

OTIS &. HARRIS^ - - Proprietor. 

Dealer in best quality of all kinds of 

HARD AND SOFT WOOD, SAWED OR UNSAWED. 

Orders promptly filled, and wood delivered free to all parts of the city. 

A.. F. WRIGHT & CO. 

DEALERS IN 

Beef, Pork, Lard, Hams, 

Tongues, Sausages, Tripe, 
APPLES, CRANBERRIES, POTATOES, ETC. 

Railroad Market," 195 Middlesex Street, 

LOWELL, MASS. 

A. T. WRIGHT. W. A. STOCKMAN. 

CLOUGH & SWEATT, 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

ALL KINDS OF 



feftjjfnra wo&e, 

Corner School Street and Nashua R. R. 
LOWELL, MASS. 

8. CI.OXr«H. ». SWEATT. 



40 MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 

YORK & EDWARDS, 

FIRE & LIFE INSURANCE AGENTS 



List and standing of some of our companies January 1st, 1873 : , 

Phenix Fire Insurance Co. . . . Brooklyn, New York. 

Incorporated 1853. ASSETS, $2,001,313.02. 

German American Insurance Co of New York. 

ASSETS, $1,370,090.47. 

Orient Insurance Co of Hartford, Conn. 

ASSETS, $689,895.00. 

Fairfield County Insurance Co., of So. Norwalk, Conn. 

ASSETS, $297,317.52. 

German Insurance Co of Erie, Penn. 

ASSETS, 353,871.67. 

Alps Insurance Co of Erie, Penn. 

ASSETS, 378,551.24. 

North Missouri Insurance Co of Macon, Mo. 

ASSETS, $903,678.05. 

Gloucester Fire Insurance Co. . . of Gloucester, Mass. 
capital, $100,000.00. 

Lancashire Insurance Co of England. 

Organized, 1852. CAFITAL, $tO,000,000.00. 

S^" Losses promptly and honorably adjusted. Risks 
taken at equitable rates. 

Office, Ho. 19 Appleton Bank Block, 

E. L. York. Walter 8. Edwards. 

Massachusetts State Agency 

Security Life and Annuity Insurance Co., 

OF NEW YORK. 

INCORPORATED 1862. ASSETS, $3,527,911.94. 

ROBERT L. CASE, THEO. R. WETMORE, ISAAC H. ALLEN, 

President. Vice-President. Secretary. 

Home Office, 31 and 33 Pine St., New York. 

EDWARD L. YORK, General Agent for Massachusetts, 

19 Appleton Bank Block, - - - - Central Street, Lowell, Mass. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT 



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a - . 



:. "\7VY:iM[A.r*r 5 



Cabinet Maker and Upholsterer, 

75 EAST MERRIMAC ST., LOWELL, 




Manufacturer of 

Parlor Suits, 8ofas, Lounges, Pocking, Easy 

and Parlor Chairs, 

In Terry, Reps and Huir Cloth. 

Repairing of all kinds neatly and promptly done. 

Mattresses and Cushions made over, Carpets put 
down, and all kinds of work done at houses at reason- 
able rates. 



STEPHEN 



PUFFER, 



Wholesale and Retail 
Dealer in 

Pork, Lard, 
Hams, Bacon, 
Pork and 

BOLOGNA SAUSAGES, 

Pigs' Feet, etc. 
12 MARKET ST., LOWELL, MASS 




WILLIAM H. RA.Y, 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL 

LOUNGE MANUFACTURER. 




All kinds of Furniture repaired in 
the most thorough manner. Mattresses, 
Pew Cushions, and Cushions of all 
kinds made over, or new ones furnish- 
ed. Upholstery done in the most 
thorough manner. Curtain hanging. 
Particular attention paid to putting 
down Carpets, 



B No. 13 Middle Street, Lowell. 



PRANOIS FEB, 



MERCHANT TAILOR, 



AND DEALER IN 



Woollens, Trimmings, 

AND FURNISHING- GOODS. 

Remnants from tlie Woollen Mills. 

60 DUTTON ST., - LOWELL, MASS. 




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MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 




CARRIAGE, SIGN, 



ORNAMENTAL PAINTER, 

Areli Streets near Northern Depot, 
Lowell, Mass. 

"mocoyT 




Carriage Manufacturer. 

liiglit and Heavy Carriages and Wagons Built to Order. 

Repairing of all kinds promptly attended to. 

Horseshoeing, Carriage Ironing, and Blacksmithing of Eevery Description. 

ALSO, CARRIAGE PAINTER. 

Shop near Paw tucket Bridge, Dracut. 

THOS. P. GLOVER & CO. 

HORSIISHOIRS, 

Blacksmiths, 

330 MIDDLESEX ST., 

LOWELL. 

Jobbing of all kinds promptly attended to. 




ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 43 

Boston & Lowell R. R. Company's Express. 

"PAttCEL &EPABTMENT." 

OFFICE S: 

IN DEPOTS, LOWELL. 

33 COURT SQ-, BOSTON. 

Leave LOWELL, 7; 9k; 32^; and 2\. Leave BOSTON OFFICE, 
9i; Hi; 2; 3£; and 5£. 

§hq Lowell Mteam §oihi[ $$[orh? 

ARE PREPARED TO FURNISH 

ROTARY BLEACHERS, 

StOoLitiQ. Boilers, 
Hydraulic Power Screw and Hand Lever Presses. 

ALSO, 

DOBBINS' HOLLOW 

STEAM PRESS PLATES & TABLES, 

Stills and Tanks of every description. 

BnltOE St,,, near Mechanics' Mills, 

LOV7EL.L. 

WILLIAM DOBBINS, Proprietor. 

Repairing done at short notice. Second-hand Boilers on hand and for sale. 

SYLVESTER BEAN, 

House and Sign Painter, 

GLAZING, GRAINING AND PAPER HANGING. 

tf^T'Also, constantly on hand or furnished to order, 
Paints, Oils, Window Glass, Blinds, Windows, and 
Paper Hangings. 

22 Middle St., Lowell, Mass. 



44 MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 

ALANSON NICHOLS, 

DEALER IN 

OOA.Xj, WOOD, 
Lime, Plaster, Cement, 

HARD &. SOFT BRICK, PLASTERING HAIR &. SAND. 

Corner Western Avenue and Fletcher Street, 
LOWELL, MASS. 

C. C. COBURN, 

Real Estate Agent. 

Buys and Sells every description of Real Estate. 

Has Stores and Tenements to Let. 

Also, Tenements Rented and Rents Collected. 

Room 12, Museum Building, 

LOWELL, MASS. 

B. H. MORSE, GRAVES & CO. 

DEALERS IN 

Beef, Pork, Lard, 

HAMS, ECCS, 

Butter, Vegetables, 
FRUITS, AND CAMED GOODS. 

335 Merrimac Street, 
LOWELL. - - MASS . 

Gk J. & D. BRADT, 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

Bread, Cake and Crackers, 

OF ALL KINDS. 

BAKERY, WHITING- STREET, 

Lowell 5 Mass. 

All orders thankfully received and promptly attended to. 
GERRITT J. BRADT. DAVID BRADT. 





and is 
tried it, and 
small cylinders, and 
>r improvements, and 



The only Manufactory in the 
United States devoted wholly 
to the Manufacture of Plas- 
ters. 

MANUFACTURE 

Mitchell's Improved Medicated India Rubber Porous Plasters. 

Sure cure for all pains and aches in the body. Try one and be convinced. , 

Mitchell's Rid Strengthening Plasters. They are a good stimulant for all 
pains and lame backs. Some prefer them. 

Mitchell's Corn Plasters. Patented. Sure cure for corns. So don t go limping 
around complaining of those painful corns, when for 25 cents you can procure a box of Mitchell s 
"White Felt Medicated Corn Plasters. One box will convince the most skeptical of their merits. 

Mitchell's Bunion Plasters. Same as the Corns, only larger, for Bunions and 
Swelled Joints; sure cure. Try a box. Only25cents. 4 . ■ 

Mitchell's Surgeons' Adhesive Plaster. Patented. Applied by moistur 
always pliable, and does not irritate. Say, Doctor, iust try it once, you that have : 
you will never be without it. In wide sheets, and also ready cut and wound 
put up in cases for Doctor's use. Come and let us reason together, and go i 
not ride in old stage coaches any more, but jump on board the cars. 

Mitchell's Pliable Isinglass Plaster. Patented. Is 
spread on the finest of silk, and is the best article ol the kind known. 

Mitchell's Court Plaster. Not stiff and irritating, but 
soft and pliable. Water-proof, assorted colors, lor ladies and children, 
whose fltsh is tender; they will find this to be just the thing for cuts, 
bruises, and scrateheB. Four pieces, assorted colors, in neat tablet, for 
25 cents. Try one. . _ __ 

Mitchell's Improved Belladonna and Rubber 
Plaster. The in, reduction of the rubber keeps the plaster from dry- 
ing up, or growing soft and running after being applied Any doctor can 
have a sample sent free on application at the office, Once tried better 
appreciated. _ ^_ , 

Mitchell's Improved White Felt Lung Protec- 
tors. An old and true saying is, " An ounce of prevention is worth a 
pound of cure." 

All of the above named coods, and others too numerous to mention 
ire labeled with a fac-simile of our factory. Take no others if you want 
a good article. None genuine unless labelled with a picture of the Nov- 
elty Plaster Works, on each box or package. . 

GEO. E. HITCHELIi, Proprietor. 




CROSBY FURNITURE COMPANY 



MANUFACTURERS OF 




Black Walnut Chamber Sets, 

SHOW CASES, SECRETARIES, AND SIDE-BOARDS- 
FFarerooms, Fletcher, cor, Franklin Street, 

Factory at Mechanics' Mills, Dutton Street, 



LOWELL, MASS. 



Daniel S. Kimball. 



William Tailor. 



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MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 




E. B. PATCH, 

AUCTIONEER 

AND 

Heal Estate Agent* 

Personal attention given to selling or disposing 
of Real Estate, Personal Property, etc. 

1 & 2 Commercial Square, 



J± 



AMBROSE, 

DEALER i. IN 




FRENCH AND ENGLISH 

MILLINERY GOODS 

Also, Manufacturer of 
REGALIAS FOR SOCIETIES. 



JD-A.-VT1D KURTZ, 

DEALER IN 

Gents' Furnishing Goods, 

131 MIDDLESEX STREET, 
LOWELL, - M.ASS. 




ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



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I have also the exclusive right of sale of the Richmond Down-Draft Double- 
Radiating Portable Furnace. 



A FULL LINE OF 



COOK, OFFICE AND PARLOR STOVES, 

Always on hand. PLUMBING ASD Tt\ HOOFIXG. Dealer in PUMPS, LEAD 
PIPE AND SHEET LEAD. JOBBING done with Neatness and Despatch. 

148 and 154 Central Street, - - Lowell, Mass* 



52 MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 

SOLON STEVENS, 

(Successor to A. & S. Stevens), 

MANUFACTURER OF 

Power Loom Harnesses and Reeds 3 

AND EVERY DESCRIPTION OF 

MACHINE BELTS AND STRAPS, 

Corner of Fletcher St. and Western Avenue, 

Lcrwell, Mas^. 



OLD LOWELL PUMP MANUFACTORY, 



G-EORG-E C. BLAZESLEE, 

Successor to Amos Colby, Manufacturer of 

Wooden Pumps, 

Made of the very best White Oak & Pine Timber, 

SUITABLE FOR 

TANNERIES AND BRICK YARDS, 

AS WELL AS ALL KINDS OF 

Yard & Homia Fnmps. 

WOOD TURNING OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS. 

AT.SO, WOOD AUCEBUCTS. 

42 Davidson Street, Lowell. 



COZE^FZEY ZBZR,OS. 



DEALERS IN 




Beef, Pork, Lard, Ham, 

EGGS, BUTTER, CHEESE, 

Vegetables and Provisions, 
SUFFOLK STREET, LOWELL, MASS. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



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THOMAS TORMSY'S 

CELEBRATED 

Red Top Beer, 

And Sole Manufacturer of the 

BELFAST GINGER ALE, 

AND 
g Sarsaparilla Beer, 




m. Soda Water, Mineral Water.etc. 

Manufactory at 

33 MIDDLE STREET, 

Lowell, Mass. 

L Orders addressed to the above 
will receive prompt attention. 




JAMES M. AN 8 ART, 

DEALER IN 

BEEF, PORK, LARD, HAM, 

Eggs, Butter, Cheese, Vegetables & Provisions. 

ALSO, OYSTERS AND FRESH FISH. 

Broadway, corner Mount Vernon Street, - - - LOWELL, MASS. 
F. IT. BRADY, 

DEALER IN 

Groceries, 

BEEF,PORK,LARD,HAMS, 

ECCS, BUTTER, 

Vegetables & Fruits, 

167 GORHA.M STREET, 
Lowell, ]>Iass. 




54 MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 

THOMAS KNOWLES, 

DEALER IN CHOICE FAMILY 

Groceries, Provisions, Crockery, Etc. 

159 LAWRENCE PLACE, LOWELL, MASS. 

ASK YOUR GROCER FOR 

U. S. LAUNDRY SOAP, 

MANUFACTURED BY 

JOHN ENGEL & CO,, LOWELL, MASS- 

Put up in Pound BarB, Sixty Bars in each box. 

O'lSTEILL & LYNCH, 



Beef, Pork, Lard, 

HAMS, EGGS, BUTTER, 

Vegetables and Fruits, 

71 MAEKET STEEET, 

LOWBLL, MASS. 

DANIEL H. STEWART, 

GIVES PARTICULAR ATTENTION TO 

CLEANING & REPAIRING GENTLEMEN'S CLOTHING. 

Second-Hand Clothing Bought and Sold. 
140 MARKET STREET, - LOWELL, MASS. 

Orders by mail, or verbal, promptly attended to. 

HEBERT BROTHERS, 

DEALERS IN 

SBOfaaBus, mwwmw mmmm, 

AND CROCKERY WARE, 

190 Middlesex Street, - - - Lowell, Mass. 




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L. C. CILSON, 

©arefi&g© ilakWi 

In all Its Branches, 

330 Middlesex Strest, - - LOWELL, MASS. 
Repairing of all kinds promptly attended to. 

CHARLES H. KELLEY, 

Kasoa, Plastera? & Bimvo Worker 

-WHITENBR -AJtTID COLORBR, 
239 School Street, - Lowell, Mass. 

JOSEPH TYRRALLj 

Dealer in all Kinds of 

Paper Stock, Iron and Metals. 

ALSO, 

BOTTLES OF ALL KINDS, 

For which the highest prices will be paid. 

20 Gorham Street, - - Lowell. Mass. 



LEWIS D. GUMB, 



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Granite Work of all Kinds. 
i^roisrui^EErsrT 

AND 

Done in the Best Stj le. 

Bridges, Steps, Buttresses, Etc, 

Furnished at Short Notice. 

Maple Street, cor. of Gorliam, 

LOWELL, MASS. 




56 MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 

L. * L. J. RICHARDS, 

15 Andover St., Lowell. Mass. 

MILLWRIGHTS 

ZBTTIUDIZNTa- MOYBBS. 



Buildings of every description raised or moved 
in a satisfactory manner. 

KURSERYMM & FLORISTS 

jS.-. M- CLJSMENTtf CO. 

HEA, HASP.. 




Full line of Nursery Stock including Fruit and, Orna- 
mental Trees, Grape Vines, Shrubbery, Evergreens, etc. 
Also, Greenhouse Plants J MOSES, Tea, Noisette, and 
other ever-blooming sorts a specialty. Send for catalogue. 

A- M- CLEMENT & CO, 

Mcknight & tibbetts, 

AND 

BLACKSMITHS, 

2 Second Street, 

Centralville, Lowell, Mass. 

Jobbing of all kinds promptly at- 
tended to. 




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tighe <te QTJinsrisr, 

~ HUR8B8BOBR8 




AND 

BLACKSMITHS, 

75 Market St., 

LOWELL. 

JOBBING OF ALL KINDS 
PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. 



i,. o. sjlek;pe:r & co, 

DEALERS IN 



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And Produce Commission Merchants. 

COR. SUFFOLK AND MARKET STS., LOWELL. 

Also, Agents for the Best Brands of Liquors, Wines and Ales. 

LYMAN FREEMAN, 

Building Mover, 

MOVES ALL KINDS OF BUILDINGS. 

154 Broadway., 

LOWELL, MASS. 

Orders solicited, and attended to promptly. 




58 MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 

JOHN HOLT & CO. 

Manufacturers of 
EXTRA HEAVY QUALITY 

Plain White Flannels. 

JOHN HOLT, EUGENE S. HYLAN, 

Davidson Street, near Howe, 
LOWELL. 

SAMUEL P. PIERCE, 

PRACTICAL 

COPPERSMITH 

AND PLUMBER, 

CONVERS' BUILDING, 163 CENTRAL STREET, 
LOWELL. MASS. 



;fcg» Manufactures Silk and Dresser Cylinders, Coucher Rolls for Paper Machinery, 
Color and Dye Kettles, Soda Fountains and Apparatus, Mill Work of all descriptions, 
and general Copper-Work. Copper- Work for Brewers and Distillers. Plumbing for 
Dwellings, Shops, etc. 



ADVERTISING DEPAETMENT. 59 



Manufacturers, Wholesale and Retail Dealers in 



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SHOES & RUBBERS, 

Custom "Work and Repairing done with Deatness and despatch. 

Ladies 9 Boots and Slippers made to Order. 

NO. 20 MIDDLE ST., LOWELL. 




AMOiS GREEN, 

Wheelwright and Carriage Maker, 

Cor. Fletcher and 

Franklin Streets, 
LOWELL, MASS. 
WAGONS BUILT TO ORDER. 

Repairing of all kinds don* 
in a thorough manner. 

CLEOPHAS GATTDETTE, 

DEALER IN 

Groceries, Provisions, Country Produce, 

Crockery, China and Glass Ware. 
212 MIDDLESEX ST., LOWELL, MASS. 

J. W . COVELL, 

Dealer in 

ICE CREAM, WHOLESALE & RETAIL. 

Also, CONFECTIONERY AND FRUIT. 

Weddings and parties furnished with Ice Cream at short notice. 

Pleasant Street, Opp. the Howard House, 

TVEa.lc3.ezi, IVTsiss 



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OHAS. A. BARRETT, 

Wholesale and Retail Dealer in 

Eastern and Western Long and Short 

LUMBER, 

Gutters, Conductors, Cedar Posts, Etc., 

WHARF NEAR BELMONT STATION, MAIDEN. 

All orders by mail promptly attended to. P. O. Box 23. 

WILLIAM H. HARLOW, 

Manufacturer of 

Marble Monuments 

AND TABLETS 

Of every description. 

Also, Pier Slabs, Chimney 
Pieces, Shelves for Brackets, 
Wash Bowl Tops, Etc. Soap- 
Stone Trays and Sinks manu- 
factured to order. 

Nearly opposite Baptist Church, Salem St., 3IALDEN. 

MRS. SUSA^Isr T. COX, 
MILLI KT 3E3 JR.', 

Keeps constantly on hand a choice assortment of 

Flowers, Laces, Etc. 

And receives regularly the latest London, Paris 
and New York Fashions. 

All work warranted to be done in a satisfactory 
manner. Particular attention given to MOURNING- 
OUTFITS. PINKING neatly done. 

Main Street, - - - opposite Town House, 
MALDEN, MASS. 

MISS E. B. COUGHLAN, 
Pleasant Street, - - Opposite Linden Street, 

MA.I^T>EN f MASS. 

Ladies' and Children's Garments cut and fitted. Stamping for Embroidering. 
Fringing, Machine Stitching, and French Fluting. Fancy Goods and Boys' Clothing, 
Ready-Made suits for sale. 

also, agents for 

E. BUTTERICK & CO.'S 

Celebrated Patterns of Garments. 




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A.. F. CROCKER, 

DEALER IN 

PAPER HANGINGS, 

Window Shades and Curtain Fixtures, Fancy 
G-oods, Stationery, Etc. 

ALSO, A. GENERAL, VARIETY STORE. 

Pleasant Street, opp. Washington, - Maiden, Mass. 

All orders for Paper Hanging attended to promptly by practical workmen. 
LADIES' -A-3ST3D CHILDREN'S 

HAIR DR ESSING ROOMS. 

MRS. C. B. CURREY 

Would respectfully inform the ladieB of Maiden and vicinity, that she has opened 

ROOM No. 4, ABBOTT'S BLOCK, 

(Directly over P. F. Houdlette & Son's Grocery Store), for th« accommodation of Ladies and Chil- 
dren, where they can get their hair dressed in the latest and most approved style. 

Mrs. Currey has secured a first-class Ladies' Hair Dresser from Boston. 

Ladies can be accommodated at the Booms or at their Besidences by leaving orders, and all orders 
will be promptly attended to. 

New switches made to order ana old ones repaired. Chignons made over in the latest style and at 
short notice. Hair dressing, weaving, curling, frizzing, crimping, dyeing, hair cutting, shampooing, etc. 

Mrs. Currey has on hand a large assortment of nets, rats, mice, hair pins, pomades, hair oil, tonics, 
etc. Bands made out of Combings. 

N. B. — Particular attention paid to the cutting of Children's hair. 

J. S. LEEDHAM, 



AND DEALER IN 



Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, 



SPECTACLES, EYE-GLASSES, Etc. 
MAIN ST., MALDEN, MASS. 

Watches and Clocks of every description properly repaired 

ADAMS 




DOWNS, 



DEALERS IN 



Beef, Pork, Lamb, 

HAMS, SAUSAGES, 
BUTTER, EGGS, VEGETABLES, 

Pickles, Preserves, Etc. 

FRUIT OF ALL KINDS. 

ABBOTT'S BLOCK, PLEASANT STREET, 

MALDEN. 



J. O. ADAUS. 



H. C. DOWNS. 




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MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



Successor to Samuel Cox & Son, 
(Established in 1812.) 
MANUFACTDRER OF 



Boot and Shoe Lasts 

OF EV3ERY DESCRIPTION. 

His facilities for producing all kinds of LASTS and BOOT TREES used in the manu- 
facture of RUBBER BOOTS and SHOES, are unequalled by 
any kindred establishment. 

Pleasant St., near Boston & Maine Depot, Maiden. 




A. W. KEITH, 

Steam Sawing, Planing, and Sox Manufacturer, 

OPP. BELMONT STATION, ON SAUGUS BRANCH R. R. 

p.o.Box394. MALDEN, MASS. 

All orders by mail promptly attended to. 




CHAHLES HILL, 

Funeral & FurnishingUndertaker, 

MAIN, COR. IRVING STREETS, - - - MALDEN, MASS. 

COFFINS, CASKETS, ROBES, and every article necessary for the burial of 
the dead, furnished at short notice. 



ADVERTISING DEPARIMENT. 



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. JACKSON & CLARK, 

LIVERY, BOARDING&SALE 




STABLES. 





Carriages furnished for Fune- 
rals, "Weddings, Etc. 

Central Sq., and Abbott, corner Pleasant Streets, 

ggAjL^DTETg", MA SS, 

BRIMMER & MARTYH, 
BLACKSMITHS, HORSESHOERS, 

CAMRIA GESMITHS, 

AND 

G-eneral J"o"b"bers_ 

Repairing in all its 
branches prompt- 
ly and neatly 
Executed. 

Rear of Main Street, 

MAIDED CINTRE, 

MASS. 

H. S. COBURN, 

iABPIIf IB AID BNLDEBy 

Eear Abbott's Block, Pleasant Street, opp. B. & M. Depot, 

MALDEN, MASS. 
Shingles and Clapboards 

CONSTANTLY ON HAND. 

All orders for Jobbing attended to 
with promptness and despatch. 




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JOHN A. POWERS, 
Plumber d£ Gas Fitter, 

AND DEALER IN 

OF EVERT DESCRIPTION. Also, 



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SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. 



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Opposite B. & M. Depot. 

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8. T. HILL, 
WATCHMAKER, 

And dealer in Watches, Clocks and Jewelry, 
Spectacles, Eyeglasses, etc. 

PLEASANT STREET, NEAR POST OFFICE, 

MALDEX, MASS. 

Repairing attended to in a prompt and satisfactory 



^INTIDRIE^T^ READY, §n 

(Formerly of Boston) M I 

Manufacturer of French Boots and Shoes to Measure, ^sjf 1 

Entire satisfaction guaranteed. 
Kimball's Block, Pleasant Street, - MALDKJf, MASS. 

B. F. RANDOLPH, 

DEALER IN 

DRY AND FAHCY GOODS, 

Confectionery, Frnits, etc. 

Also, ICE CREAM SALOON connected, and parties furnished with Ice Cream in 
quantities to suit. Periodicals and Newspapers constantly on hand. Mr. R. also gives 
especial attention to all orders for the Bale of Household Furniture in or out of town. 

FEMALE EMPLOYMENT OFFICE. 
Pleasant Street, under Howard House, - - MAIDEJf, MASS. 

MISS JH. M. CHASli, 

DEALER IN 

Dry and Fancy Goods and Trimmings, 

Of every description. 

Conlectionery, etc., always on hand. 

LEBANON ST., - - MAPLEWOO D, MA88. 

DUDLEY P. BAILEY, JR., 

Counsellor at Law, 

BADGER'S BUILDING, BROADWAY, EVERETT, MASS. 

Special attention given to Collecting, Prohate business, Conveyancing and the examina- 
tion of Titles. 



GOULD & LITTMHELD,- 

Horseshoers and Blacksmiths 

And Jobbing of all kinds promptly 
attended to. 

Shop near Eastern R. R. Depot, 

EVERETT, MASS 

Particular attention paid to 

Horseshoeing. 




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GEORGK GWF, 

DEALER IN 

STOVES, FURNACES AND TIN WARE. 

Also, Plumbing of all kinds, and Plumbing 
Materials, Junction Broadway and School sts., 
EVERETT, MASS. All orders for Tin Roofing 
promptly attended to. 




THOMAS McCOUB-RY, 

Carriage Smith, 

Horseshoer and Blacksmith, 
MAIN STREET, 

BETWEEN WINTHROP AND ESSEX STS., 
Melrose, Mass. 

All Orders Promptly Attended to. 




N..W. GARDNER, 

MASON & PLASTERER 

Cementing, Concrete, and Stucco Work 

PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. 

Residence, -A.sh.land. Street, 
MELROSE HIGHLANDS. 




ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



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FUNERAL AND FURNISHING 




Caskets, Coffins, Robes, 

And every necessary article constantly on hand. 




HORSES AND CARRIAGES FURNISHED AT SHORT NOTICE. 



HARNESSES MADE AND REPAIRED. 

Carriage Trimming in all its branches promptly attended to. 

MAIN STREET, 5 doors South of the Bridge, MEDFORD. 

HOUSE Q]V SOUTH STREET COURT. 



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DEALERS IN 



PROVISIONS. 

ALSO, 

Eggs, Butter, Vegetables 

AND FRUITS, 

Constantly on hand. 

Main Street, 




, Mass. ^^^g 




WALKER'S IMPROVED 

Portable Range. 

This new Range excels anything of 
the kind ever before offered for sale. 
It requires much less space than ordi- 
nary cooking stoves, and is more eco- 
nomical. It will heat as much water 
as n ranee set in masonry. 

The Hot Closet retains the heat 
usually radiated from the bottom, 
which is, during the summer months, 
worse than wasted, thereby not only 
saving fuel hut making the Kitchen 
more comfortable, besides furnishing 
an admirable place for warming and 
keeping food warm, warming plates, 
etc. The door can be removed during 
cold weather to allow the heat to 
escape into the kitchen. 

Coals are separated fr 

the Sifting Chamber. 

The Folding Shelf, together with 
other improvements referred to, make 
it all we claim for it, viz : The most 
desirable Cooking Apparatus to be 
found anvwheie. 

For sale only by JACOB 
NICHOLS, eor. Market 
and Diitton Sts., Lowell. 



70 MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 

Real Estate and Insurance Agent 

RAILROAD BUILDING, MAIN STREET, MEDFORD, MASS. 

Houses for sale and to let. Rents collected, Mortgages negotiated, and all business 
in our line attended to with promptness and despatch. 

Hack, Sale, Boarding 




LIVERY STABLE. 




Brooks' Lane, opp. Usher's Building, Medford, Mass. 

Particular attention paid to furnishing Carriages for Parties, Weddings and 
Funerals. 

Carriage Tr immer 

AND 

HARNESS MAKER. 

Also, Dealer in 

HORSE BLANKETS, WHIPS, 

Curry Combs, Cards, Etc. 

Main Street, opp. Medford House, Medford, Mass. 

All orders -will receive prompt attention. Jobbing attended to at short notice. 

TEELE & HILL, 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

Milk, Bread and Express Wagons, 

UNION ST., NE4R MYSTIC AVE., MEDFORD, MASS. 

Particular attention paid to Jobbing and Repairing. 
E. TEELE. T. O. HILL. 

BE-A.3ST BROTHERS, 

Soti^e $m& Big* Fai&to?*« 

Paints of all kinds, and Brushes. Also, Window Glass at reasonable prices, 
Broad-way, near Lincoln Street, - - EAST SOMERVILXE. 

Walls Colored and Ceilings Whitened. All orders promptly attended to. 

O. W. BEAN. ▼. M. BEAN. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 71 

WttMAM E, BRADPOBD. 




IRON FOUNDER. 

MACHINE CASTINGS 

For Steam Engines, Railroad Work, etc. Particular attention paid to Steam Cylinders 
in green or dry sand. 

COLUMNS, 

Any length or size required. Round or Square, from patterns, already made. 
CYLINDER STOVES, large size, for Shops, Stores, etc. 

COOPERS' CYLINDER STOVES, 

For burning saw dust, shavings, fine chips, and all kinds of refuse, tan, etc., etc. 

Water and Steam Pipes, Kettles, 

BRICK KILN ARCHES, 
Pile Hammers, Pulleys, 

Clothes Dryers, Dumb Bells, 

Horse Weights, Geers, 

Pump Nozzles, Sled Shoes, 

Conductor Pipes, Bakers' Oven Grates. 

GRATE BARS, 

For Steam Engines — 100 different patterns to suit all kinds of fuel ; warranted cheap- 
er, last longer, and prove as economical as tbe patent bars, so 
largely advertised of late. 

FURNACE GRATES, where the pattern is lost, or out of date, can be made 
from the old ones. 

CASTINGS 

Made for all immediate wants, and patterns got up cheaply for the occasion. 



FOUNDRY ON WASHINGTON ST., 

Formerly called Milk Row, 

Between Maine & Lowell R. R., SOMER VILLE. 

Written orders may be left with 

BROOKS & DARLING, No. 6 DOCK SQUARE, BOSTON, MASS. 

Or may be seen personally at about 12 o'clock, noon. 

P. O. Address, CHARLESTOWN. 



72 MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 

s . n . nun .a. :r;-v i nsr 3 
REAL ESTATE AOEIVT, 

Bouses for Sale and to Let, Money loaned on Real Estate, 
Rents collected, etc. 

No. 5 Crane's Block, Washington Street, - - EAST SQMERV1LLE. 

H. A. WOODMAN, 

Piano- Forte and Organ Tuner. 

No. 3 PUTNAM STREET, - - SOMERVILLE- 

©3-okweks rRoar PTi/r attkbhpep to. -bo 

GEORGE Is&^Z-JBTlS, 

DEALER IN 

BUILDERS' HARDWARE, FURNACES, STOVES. 

Tin and Wooden Ware, Drain Pipe, etc. 

ROOFS TINNED, JOBBING, Etc. 
9 UNION SQUARE, - - - - SOMERVILLE, MASS. 

OO ANT3 G-ET YOUR, 

FISH, OYSTEMS AJSID CLAMS 

At STARKS' MARKET, on Perkins Street, East Soierville, 

(Opposite the Post-Office,) or 
638 1-2 MAIN STREET. - - - CHARLESTOWN. 

H. R. BISHOP & CO- 

Successors to ELIJAH SFAK-K, 
MANUFACTURERS OF 

Painters' Extension and Spliced Ladders, 



3JH3 1 ii Darin « w \ 



Steps, Trussels, Flour Skids, Window Jacks, Boys' Clipper Sleds, 
Snow Shovels, Whiteners' Horses, Revolving 
Clothes-Drying Machine. 

Broadway, Opp, Nunnery Grounds, EAST SOMERVILLE, MASS. 

Stoneham Billiard Hall, 

fft/HS»fc8.F*Y, 

Proprietor. 

Open from 7 a.m., to 10 p.m. 

None but First-class 
Tables. 

JVO. / 2>0)T'S &ZOCJ?, S20WUMAM, MASS. 




ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



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TV. WAJR,I> CHILD, 

(Successor to B. F. Richardson,) Manufacturer of every description of 

Cutting Blocks for Shoe Work, 

ALSO, SHOE HORSES, BENCHES, LASTING KNEES, ETC. 

No. 39 Main Street, STONEHAM, MASS, 




All kinds of JOBBING in the CARRIAGE LINE 
promptly executed. 

MANUFACTURER OF 

AH Kinds of Harnesses. 

Whips, Curry Combs, Brushes, 

Blankets, Robes, Etc., Etc., 

Constantly on hand. 

MAIN, COR. OF. WINTER ST., 

STONEHAM, MASS. 

Stoneham Amateur Book and Job Printing Office, 

CENTRAL SQUARE, STONEHAM, MASS. 

Where you can have Books, Posters, Cir- 
culars, BUI Heads, Dodgers, Labels, 
Cards, Tickets, Etc., done in the best pos- 
sible style. 

All work done promptly, and in a satisfactory 
manner. 

All orders by mail will receive special attention. 

E. T. WHITTIER, 

Proprietor. 

GEORGE HAJLE, 

Dealer in Choicest Imported and Domestic 

Cigars, Tobacco, Snuff, Pipes, Etc. 

FANCY GOODS, 
TOILET ARTICLES, 

TRUNKS, 
ETC., ETC., ETC. 

No. 2 Sotc's Bl'is., Stoneliatu, Masi 






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ANDERSON, HOWES & CO. 



DEALERS IN 



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GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS, 

Paper Hangings, Oil Cloths, Straw Mattings, Etc, 

MAIN, COR. ALBION ST., WAKEFIELD. 

WILLIAM BLAIR, 

Merchant Tailor, 

CARTWRIGHT'S BLOCK, 
WAKEFIELD, MASS. 




ARMENTS CUT AND MADE AT SHORT NOTICE 

and warranted to give satisfaction. 



MES. S. K. MOOES, 

DEALER IN 

MILLINERY AND FANCY GOODS, 

Cheney's Block, opp. the Post Office, WAKEFIELD. 

A well-selected stock of Millinery Goods, suited to the season; also, a full line of 
Fancy Goods always on hand and sold at the LOWEST PRICES. Gloves, 
Boots and Slippers cleansed at short notice. Imitation Hair Goods constantly on 
hand. Stamping, Pinking, Embroidering and Machine Stitching done. 

Wakefield Stove Store, 

NETTLE BROS., Proprs. 



DEALERS IN 



Stoves, Furnaces, 

AND EANGES, 

And House Furnishing Goods. 

Plumbing, Steam and Gas Fitting. 
Also, Plumbers' Materials. Jobbing 
done by practical workmen. 

Mechanic St., Wakefield, Mass. 




ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



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T. 



<T. HIOFLG^AlsT, 

MANUFACTURER OF 



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LIGHT CARRIAGE HARNESSES, 

ALSO, 

Collars of every description, 

Constantly on hand, Whips, Curry Combs and Brashes. 

Also, best Neats Foot Oil, and Richmonds & 

Pray's Improved Axle Oil. 

MECHANIC ST., WAKEFIELD, MASS. 



PERHAM & BESSEY, 



Livery, Sale, Hack & Boarding 




Mechanic St., WAKEFIELD, MASS. 

CARRIAGES furnished at short notice for Funerals, Weddings, Pic-Nics, etc. 

JOSHUA N. EAMES, 

AND 

BLJL CK SMITH, 

Main Street, bet. Albion and Chestnut Sts., 

WAKEFIELD, MASS. 

4®- All orders for JOBBING promptly attended to. 
Special attention paid to HORSESHOEING. 

WILLIAM B. JONES, 

Merchant Tailor, 

BROWS BLOCK. MAIN STREET, 
WAKEFIELD, MASS. 

A choice stock of WOOLLENS constantly on hand, well 
selected, new and nobby. 
4S" Complete satisfaction guaranteed. 





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J. L. PARTEIDGE, 

DEALER IN 



Main Street, WAKEFIELD, MASS. 

The place to buy Dry Goods, Hosiery Gloves, and 
Small Wares. 

LITTLEFIELD & RANDALL, 

Tallow Chandlers & Soap Manufacturers. 

DEALERS IN 

GROUND AND CAKE SCRAP, 

Ground Bone, Ground Oyster Shell, Manby's Cleansing Powder, Neats Foot Oil, 

Etc. The best quality of Family Toilet and Soft Soaps constantly 

on hand at the Factory on 

Ash Street, READING. 

ALL, ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. 




WILLIAM W. MAYKTAHD, 

LIVERY 

AND ( 

wMAMwnmm 
STABLE. 

Horses and Carriages furnished at 
Short Notice. 

Corner of Gould and Ash Streets, Reading, Mass. 

MANUFACTURER OF 

Custom Made Harnesses, 

SADDLES, BRIDLES, ETC. 

ALSO, 

Whips, Brushes, Robes, and everything 

connected with the business 

constantly on hand. 

Carriage Trimmings and Repairing promptly at- 
tended to. 

Haven Street, near Depot, - - - - READING, MASS. 




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WIIiIiEAH 




fill. 



Manuf. of all kinds of 

ad and Fancy Cakes, 

HARD and SOFT 



Butter, Water, Pic-Nic, 
Milk, Oyster, Toast, Soda, 
Wine, Boston, Pilot Bread, 
Graham Wafers, Ginger 
Snaps. 

ARLINGTON AVE. 
Arlington, Mass. 



ROBERT RENWICK, 
WATCHMAKER & JEWELER, 

DEALKIt IN 

Watches, Clocks, Spectacles, Fancy Goods, etc. 

ARLIXGTO.V A.VE5TXTE, AKLI\GT()\,MASS. 
OPPOSITE THE DEPOT. 

Watches, Clocks and Jewelry, of e?ery description, Repaired in the best manner 




MANUFACTURER OF 



Oval, Arch Top & Wreath Frames, 



ARLINGTON 



MASS. 



ARLINGTON HOUSE, 

ARLINGTON, MASS. 



CHAS. S. JACOBS, Jr., 

PROPRIETOR. 

MANUEL CURRIER, 

Fashionable Hair Dressing & Shaving Saloon, 

Shampooing, Hair Cutting, etc. 

Private Room for Ladies and Children. Razors Honed and Ground. 

No. 7 Pythian Block, XJnion 8q., - - 8omerville. 

Bath Rooms connected (hot or cold). 

JAMES T. NORRIS, 

DEALER IN 

Ready-made Clothing, Gents' Furnishing Goods, Hats, 

Caps, Trunks, Valises, Umbrellas, etc. 
NO. 5 SIMES' BLOCK - - - - READING. 



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Iv/J 

OF EVERY DESCRIPTION AND SUPERIOR QUALITY, 
MANUFACTURED AND FOR SALE AT LOW PRICES BY 

WM. T. WOOD & CO., Arlington, Mass. 

©end. for Descriptive Circular and. Price Hiist. 




NAMES OF TOOLS MANUFACTURED. 

Swing Guide Markers, full size. Cast Steel Plows, from 6 to 14 inches deep. Sta- 
tionary Guide Plows. Swing Guide Plows, from 4 to 8 inches deep. Snow-Ice Planes. 
Ice Axes. Chest Hatchets. Hand Plows. Hand Tongs, loading, medium, small and 
family sizes. Hoisting Tongs. Grapples. Augurs. Saws. Splitting Chisels. 
Caulking Bars. Starting Chisels. Hook Chisels. Breaking Bars. Ice Hooks. Bar 
or Packing Chisels. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



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ARLINGTON MACHINE WORKS 



AiL.:F\FL:B3r> 

Arlington, Mass. formerly West Cambridge, 

MANUFACTURER OF 

UPRIGHT AM HORIZONTAL STEAM MIM, 

OF ALL SIZES. 

Stuffing Mills, Glassing, Pebbling and Polishing Machines for Curriers, Fulling 

Mills, Hot Kettles, Dusting Cages, etc., for Furriers ; Trip Hammers, Power and Hand 

Presses, Oval Chucks and Glue Presses. New machinery designed and built in the 

best manner. ' 

R. W. SHATTUCK & CO. 

DEALERS IN 

Cooking, Parlor and Office 




Stoves, 

FURNACES, 

RANGES, ETC. 




Hardware and Cutlery, Tin, Glass, Britannia, 
Crockery and Wooden Ware, Copper Pumps, 

Lead Pipe, Sheet Lead, Zinc, etc., etc. 

^.i^Liisra-TOisr, :m:_a.ss. 

All kinds of Tin. Sheet Iron, Copper, Furnace and Pump Work. Also, Plumbing 
and Gas, Steam and Water Pipes and Fittings. 
R. W. SHATTUCK. SYLVESTER STICKNET. 

THEODORE SCHWAMB, 

MANUFACTURER OF 

Piano - Forte Cases, 

ARLINOTON, MASS. 

Also, Plain and Fancy Turning, 

AND SWEEP, FRET AND CIRCULAR SAWING. 

All orders promptly attended to, and all work executed with neatness and despatch. 



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WILLIAM L. CLARK & CO. 

HABNESS BIAEEBS, 

Carriage Trimmers & Painters, 

ARLINGTON AVE., 

ARLINGTON, MASS. 

Special attention given to Carriage Trimming, Paint- 
ing and Repairing. 

"rTipEiRCE^cor 

DEALERS IN 

CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES, 

EXTRA TEAS AND FLOUR, 

Cor, Arlington Ave. & Medford Street, 

ARLINGTON, MASS. 

L. Peirce. G. P. Peirce. 





PARKER BROTHERS, 

DEALERS in 

Beef, Lard, Pork, 

AND 

PROVISIONS OF ALL KLNDS. 

Fruits and Vegetables, 

constantly on hand in their season. 

ARLINGTON, MASS. 



DEALER IN 

Coal, Wood, Lime, 

CEMENT, 

Plaster, Grain and Hay. 

Office at Centre Depot, 

C. T. WEST, Agent, Lexington. Coal delivered at market prices. None 
Engaged unless paid for. 

AIjTj orders promptly attended to. 




ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 81 



■* 



Practical Boot & Shoe Maker. 

All kinds of Boots and Shoes kept constantly on hand. 
BASEMENT OF TOWN HOUSE, - - ARLINGTON, MASS. 

All kinds of Kepairing done at short notice. 

ALBERT L. TBEL, 

Carpenter and Builder. 

JOBBING- AJ^TD E.BP^a.IE.IlSra-. 

MAIN STREET, 



NEARLY OPPOSITE MILL STREET, 

Arlington, - - IVTeiss. 

PP~ Estimates and Plans furnished and Contracts made. All orders promptly 
attended to at reasonable prices. 





~fy? PRACTICAL BOOT AND SHOE MAKER, 

Arlington Avenne, opp. Upham Bros.' Meat Market, Arlington, Mass. 

Boots and Shoes made to measure, and warranted to fit and give complete satisfaction. 
Our motto is to please our customers. 

Dr. M. H. ALLEN, 

SURGEON DENTIST, 

137 Main Street, Wobum. 



F. IX A^IEIE^IE^IXuI.,, 

DEALER IN 

W. I. GOODS AND GROCERIES, 

TEA, COFFEE, SPICES, 

§§p|8||| Sugar, Butter, Cheese, Lard, 

Etc., Etc. 

190 MAIN STREET, 

WOBURW, ....... MA68. 

F 3 - EL B^JSrOJFtOJB-"!^ 

MANTJFACTUREB OF 

Men's & Boys' Fancy Slippers, Heel Pumps, etc. 

Strap Shoes of all styles. Slippers made to measure. Also, Men's, Boys' and Youths' 
D'Orsay Slippers. 

FRANKL.IN STREET, WOBURN, MASS. 



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F. J. (EBERT, 

PRACTICAL 

PLUMBER, 

Cor. Union and Main Sts. 
WOBUM, MASS. 




WATER CLasd WARM,CQLDASHOWER BATHS. 



Constantly on hand a full assortment of Plumbers' Materials, comprising Force 
Pumps, Copper Boilers, Bathing Tubs, Water Closets, Wash Bowls, Lead Pipe, Sheet 
Lead, etc. Also, a good assortment of the 

BEST DRAIN PIPE IN USE, 



Of every size, and will be laid In a superior manner. By strict attention to business, 
good work, and fair charges, he hopes to receive a share of public patronage. JOB- 
BING, in all its various branches, promptly attended to by practical workmen. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 83 

J. E. UTTLEFIELD & SONS, 



DEALERS IN 

Eastern, "Western and Canada 




OF ALL KINDS, 

wood ^.isra COAL, 

Doors, Windows, Blinds, Gutters and Conductors, 

CA.FS AND IRONS, 

Mouldings of all kinds, Curriers' Yard and Hanging Sticks, Etc. 

96 MAIN ST., NEARLY OPP. THE DEPOT, 

VOBURN, MAS^. 

CHARLES A. SMITH, 

DEALER IN 

AMERICAN AND FOREIGN 






BANK BUILDING, MAIN STREET, 
WOBURN. 

A full assortment of Seasonable Goods, at I^O"W 
PRICES. 



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C. M. STROUT, 

Manufacturer and Dealer in 

Plain Tin, Japanned, Britannia, 
Copper and Enameled Ware, 

STOVES, FURNACES 

And Ki'chen Furnishing Goods, 

Table and Pocket Cutlery, Silver 
Plated Ware. Olass u are, Agri- 
cultural Tools, Paper Hangings, 
Children's Carriages, etc., etc. 

No. 300 MAI1S STREET, 

WOBURN, MASS. 



in wobubn AwnnvauBi 

A LIVE LOCAL PAPER, 
And PublisJied every Friday Morning, at 

205 Main Street, WOBURN, MASS. 

The large circulation of the ADVERTISER renders it particularly valuahlp as the 
medium for the publication of Probate Notices, Real Estate and General Advertising. 

All kinds of JOB PRllVTINfJ neatly and promptly executed, at the Adver- 
tiser Job Office. Orders by mail or express faithfully attended to. 

MARK ALLEN, Editor and Publisher. 




E. A. MORSE, 

MARBLE 

"WORKS, 

Winn Street, 

WOBURN CENTRE, MASS. 



MANUFACTURER OF 



ITALIAN AND AMERICAN 

Marble Monuments, 

TABLETS, HEAD STONES, Etc. 

49" All orders will receive prompt attention. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 85 

Woburn NewsAgency, 

262 MAIN STREET, 

Woburn, - - - - Mass. 

Supplies all Daily, Weekly and Monthly Papers, Magazines, Books, Novels, Dime 
Publications, etc., etc. Stationery, Blank Books, School Books, Fancy Goods, Toys, 
Fruit, Confectionery, Tobacco and Cigars. 

Back numbers of Papers and Magazines, furnished when ordered. Subscriptions 
taken for any publication in the United States. 

JOSEPH STKES, Proprietor. 



CHARLES W. STANLEY, 

DEALER IN 

Cooking, Parlor and Office 



Tin Ware and Kitchen Furnishing Goods, 

TIN ROOFING 

AND 

POMP WORK. 

Done to Order, and War- 
ranted. 

CORNER 

Main & Salem Sts., 

WOBURN. 

Agent for the Woman's Friend Washing Machine. 




T. J. KINNEY, 

Practical Plumber, 

106 MAIN STREET, 

WOBURN, MASS. 

(OPPOSITE THE DEPOT.) 

Particular attention paid to the fitting up of houses 
with water pipes. 
Jobbing in all its branches promptly attended to. 
Pumps and Water Pipes repaired. 




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mm E* BANC&OFT, 




OH 1(1 



AND 



Ladies' Furnishing Goods, 

175 M^lIJNT ST., 



(lBa.n3s. IOIocIsl.) 



WOBURN, - MASS. 



MRS. S. A. SULLIVAN, 

MILLINER 

And Dealer in 

■UUnwy . Seeds* 

Also, FANCY GOODS & LADIES' FURNISHING GOODS, 
220 1-2 MAIN STREET, 

WOBURN, MASS. 

MESSES KG WELL & WRIGHT, 

I1L1I1IBI 

AND DEALERS IN 

LADIES' FURNISHING GOODS. 

Also a well-selected stock of fancy Goods on hand' 

174 Malm St., Wobmrn* 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 87 

W. O. CAMERON, 

HUllBesj &&€ Hate @@@il§, 

138 MAIN STREET, - - WOBURN. 

Hair Work in all its branches done to order. 

A FULL ASSORTMENT CONSTANTLY ON HAND. 

MISS 3UCA.:R-X- -A.. KELLEY, 

MILLINER, 



AND DEALER IN 



198 MAIN STREET, - - WOBURN, MASS. 

L. HOUGHTON ALLEN, 
Funeral & Furnishing Undertaker, 



ilfe^«lP^ii 



Coffin Warehouse, Railroad Street, near Main Street, 

WOBURN CENTRE. 

ZFLesideztaoe, !EJa,st St., "Woburn. 

The attention of the public of this and the neighboring towns is called to the fact 
that this is the only Coffin Manufactory in the vicrbity.and goods are furnished here 
at less than Boston prices, and delivered free of charge within ten miles. 

ORDERS BY TELEGRAPH OR EXPRESS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. 

Hearses, Carriages, and Flowers Furnished. Flowers preserved. 

A large assortment of Coffins, Caskets, and Grave Clothes, constantly on hand. 



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S. T. BRIGHAM, 

House Painter. 

PAINTING, 

Graining, Glazing, 

AND PAPER HANGING. 

Paints and GJ-lass for Sale. | 

Also, Agent for the "Averill Chemical Paint." 

315 1-2 MAIN STREET, 
(Opp. Central House) WOBURN, MASS. 





McARTHUR & MILLER, 

Practical Painters, 

SHOP, 

242 Main Street, 

WOBURN. 

FRESCOING & TINTING, 

PAINTING, 
Graining, Papering, 

WHITEWASHING, SIGN-WRITING, ETC. 

ROB'T MCARTHUH. JOHN F. MlLLEB. 

A. J. PARKER, 

Planing & Moulding 

WOOD MOULDINGS of every description. 
Also, Kiln Dried Black "Walnut, Pine and Chestnut. 
Circular, Fret and Jig Sawing, done to order. 
Also, Manufacturer of Carriages and Job 
Wagons, and 

JOBBING OF ALL KINDS, 

Promptly attended to. 

PROSPECT ST., (rear of Depot,) WOBURN. 





ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



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O". C- COLSON, 

HOUSE AND SIGN 

PAINTER 

AND CONTRACTOR. 

Also, Paints, Oil and Glass constantly on hand. 

WINN ST., NEAR MAIN ST., WOBUEN. 

W. H. MATTHEWS, 

HOUSE & SIGN 






id 





Graining, Glazing, 
PAPER HANGING AND WHITEWASHING 



CHURCH AVENUE, NEAB MAIN ST., 

WOBURN, MASS. 

T. & D. MAELOW 3 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

LINE, CORDS AND TWINE, 



EAST WOBURN, MASS. 



90 MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



Ill HEIDDLISBX idllff JOUAHAfc 

ESTABLISHED IN 1851, 

Is Published every Saturday, at 
204 MAIN STREET, - - WOBURN. 

The Journal has the largest and best Circulation in 
East Middlesex, 

J0Hi\ L. PARKER, Editor and Publisher. 

EVERY VARIETY OF JOB PRINTING- DONE AT THE JOURNAL OFFICE. 

A. E. THOMPSON & CO. 

DEALERS IN 

American & Foreign Dry Goods. 

Woolens and Small Wares, West India Goods, Flour and Grain, 

Crockery and Glass Ware, Paper Hangings, 

Paints, Oils, Etc. 

No. 3 WADE BLOCK, - - WOBURN, MASS. 

A. E. THOMPSON. E. H. NICHOLS. 

A. GRANT, 
MERCHANT TAILOR, 

AND DEALER IN 

GENTLEMEN'S 

Furnishing Goods. 

Gentlemen's White Shirts 

made to order, and Warranted 

to fit. 

169 MAIN STREET, WOBURN, MASS. 

Orders by mail will receive prompt attention. 

J. €HlBOHILl, 

NOS. 149 AND 150 MAIN ST., WOBURN CENTRE, 

Is prepared to make 

OLD CLOTHES LOOK AS WELL AS NEW, 

By Cleansing and Pressing them in a superior manner. Bring in your Light Pants, Vests, 
and Coats ; also. Women's Cloaks and Sacks, and have them thoroughly cleansed and 
Dressed. We assure you that you cannot tell them from new. We have one of the most 
skilful Cleaners and Pressers in the business. We also 

RE-BIND, ALTER, AND REPAIR, 

With the hest quality of Trimmings, cheaper than any other establishment of the kind. 

We can refer you to some of the most prominent citizens for our capabilities for mak- 
ing old clothes look as well as new. 

Come and leave your orders, and have your garments sent for, and i-Rturned. 

Cutting and making Clothes to order cheaper than any other establishment of the kind 
in town. 






ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 91 

** O. T . T±A.-2Z& 

135 MAIN STREET, .... WOBURN. 

Opposite First Congregational Church. 

JTirSHAY^ 

DEALER IN 

Dry and Pickled Fish 

OF ALL KINDS. 

FRESH FISH, 

Smoked Halibut, Salmon, Etc., 

146 MAIN STREET, WOBURN. 

All orders delivered free of charge. 

CARTER & DEARBORN, 

Crackers of all lands at Wholesale and Retail. 

FANCY CAKE AND PASTRY 

Constantly on hand. 

Also, Soft Bread, Fresh every Day. 

RAILROAD STREET, NEAR MAIN, - WOBURN, MASS. 

J. R. CARTER, 

Civil Engineer & Surveyor, 

168 M^IjST STREET, 
WOBUBN, MASS. 




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"W. HI. FOSTER, 



Manufacturer of and Dealer in all kinds of 




Walnut, Chestnut and 
Fainted 



CHAMBER SUITS, 

Parlor Suite, 

Kitchen & Dining-Room 

FURMTDRB 

MATTRESSES 

AID 



MAIN STREET, WOBURN. 

Upholstering and repair work promptly attended to. 



JAMES LITTLE, 







242 MAIN ST., 
WOBURN, - - MASS. 



ROBES, CASKETS AND COFFINS FURNISHED AT 
THE LOWEST CASH PRICES. 



Lots Furnished in East Woburn Cemetery. 

Orders by Mail or Telegraph promptly attended to. 



ADVEETISING DEPARTMENT. 



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WILLIAM A. COLEGATE, 

HOB 1ST, 



at Cummingsville, 

WOBURJT^- - MASS. 

Plants, Shrubs, Trees, 

POTTED PLANTS, 




WREATHS AND BOUQUETS. 



ALSO, 



Baskets of Cut Flowers. 





FUNERAL WREATHS, CROSSES, or any Floral Designs, 

Arranged in a, satisfactory manner. 

Post-Office Address, Box 134, WOBURN. 



94 MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 

T. V. SULLIVAN, 



And Dealer in 

GAS BURNERS, FIXTURES, ETC. 

Park Street , rear of Baptist church, Wobum. 

Especial attention given to Pumpe. Water and Gas Pipes repaired, and Jobbing of 
every description promptly and faithfully attended to. 

J. C. WHITCHER, 

Carpenter and Builder, 

AND DEALER IN 

Eastern, Western 

and Northern 

Shingles, Clapboards, Laths and Pickets ; all kinds of Mouldings ; 

Cedar, Chestnut and Locust Posts, and every variety 

of Builders' Material. 

Shop on Prospect Street, 

miS'ISs?"**.! W©1>»ms„ mmmmm 

JAMES BUEL & CO. 

MACHINISTS, 

Manufacturers of 

Steam Engines, Mill and Steam Work of all kinds, Shafting, 

Pulleys and Gearing, Steam and Gas Fitting. 

Shop a few rods north of Depot, 

129 Main Street, - WO BURN, MASS. 

Particular attention paid to the fitting up of Tanneries and Currying shops, and to 
the manufacture of Leather Machinery. 

James Buel. John R. Flint. 




ADVERTISING" DEPARTMENT. 



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F. M. LEIGHTON, 

Manufacturer of and Dealer in 

Harnesses, Collars, 

TRUNKS, VALISES, WHIPS, Etc. 

229 Main St., Wofoirn, Mass. 

Carriage Trimming done with neatness and despatch. All kinds of Jobbing done 
at short notice. 

CHARLES P. POLLARD, 

MANUFACTURER OF 





Carriages, Sleighs, Pungs 

AND EXPRESS WAGONS. 

Blacksmith and Wheelwright Jobbing promptly 
attended to, 

Everett Street, - - Opposite the Central House, 

WOBURIM, MASS. 

NATHANIEL JENKINS, 



il©f| 



§ 



Straight and Angular. 



Also, Iron, Copper, Brass and Force Pumps furnished at short notice. A good 
supply of Lead, Iron and Tin Lined Pipes constantly on hand. 

Shop, Union Street, near Jones' Blacksmith Shop, 
WOBURN, MASS. 



96 MIDDLESEX CoUNTY DIRECTORY. 

&. F. hartshoeneT 

SURVEYOR & CIVIL ENGINEER. 

Surveys, Plans, and Divisions of Estates 

Accurately made. 

Grading, Levelling-, and Public and Private Grounds 

Ornamentally laid out. 

OFFICE, 159 MAIN STREET, ■ ■ - WOBURN, MASS. 
STEARNS, BROWN &, CO. 

DEALERS IN 

Flour, Grain and Groceries. 

ALSO, 

Earthen, Stone and Woo denWar e, 

216 MAIN STREET, 

Woburn, Mass. 




Also, Branch Store, Railroad Street, 1 
East Woburn. 



.EG 
TEAS. 



D. STEARNS. J. S. BROWN. J. W. KNIGHT. 

joseph b. Mcdonald, 

DEALER IN ALL KINDS OP 

HARD & SOFT COAL, 

LIME, HAIR, CEMENT AND BLASTER. 

OFFICE, NEAR THE R. R. DEPOT, 

93 Main Street, - - Woburn Centre, Mass. 



WILLIAM MARLOW, 



MANUFACTURER OF 



LINE, CORDS AND TWINE, 

BAST "V7"OBTJK;3Sr, 

Mass. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



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HOWARD BROTHERS, 

ICE DEALERS, 

Cor. Galen and Watertewn Streets, watertown, Mass. 

ORDER BOXES AT 

No 'es' Grocer Store, Watertown, 



I I. W„ Bracket's Provision Store, 
Newton* 



W. WHITE & SONS, 

l WATERTOWN, MASS. 

Standard Tripe Manuf rs 

OH AMERICA. 

CURERS fOF PIGS' FEET, AND DEALERS IN NEATS FOOT 
OIL, BONES, TALLOW AND GLUE STOCK. 



WENDELL HORNE, 

DEALER IN 

Beef, Lard, Pork, 



HAMS AND SAUSAGES. 

Fruits aittd Vegetables con- 
stantly on Haud in their 



GCOIS SZLIVEESr FEEE OF C2AE2E, 
WATERTOWN, MASS. 




E. C. TARBELL, 

HARNESS MAKER ft CARRIAGE TRIMMER, 




Galen St., near Main, Watertown. 



FINE HARNESSES constantly on hand, and 
made to-order at short notice. 

Heavy Truck and Team Harnesses at lowest prices. 

Carriage and Stable Furnishing Goods, Blankets, 
Whips, Curry Combs, Brushes, and everything in our 
line of business. 



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MISS J. HARRINGTON, 

MILLINERY GOODS, 

NOYES' BLOCK, MAIN STREET, 

WATERTOWN. 



'Dress Caps and JZead- Dresses 071 hand and made to 
order. Straw bonnets and Hats put in fashionable 
shapes. 

CHRISTOPHER MOONEY, 




Awd Dbalbb in 

West India Goods, 

FJour, Butter, Cheese, Lard, Ham*. Kegs, 

Vegetables and Country Produce, Glass, 

Earthen and Wooden Ware. 

9 Davidson St., near East Merrimac, Lowell, Mass. 

Manufacturer and Dealer in 

Custom Harnesses, 

FANCY ROBES, 

Horse Clothing, Sea-Koot Mane Brushes, Mats, Whips, Bathing 
and Carriage Sponges, Trunks, Valises, .Etc. Bepairing done 
promptly. 

All Custom Work Warranted. 

MAIN STREET, oup. Post Oflice, WATERTOWN. 
W. C. FOLEY, 

Horseshoer 

AM BlacMtll, 

Cor. Arsenal and Taylor Sts., 

WATERTOWN, MASS. 




Special attention paid to shoeing 

interfering and tender-footed 

HorBes. 




ADVERTISING DbPAIt'lMENT. 



!)!» 





N. C. SANGER & SONS, 

Steam Planing and Moulding Mill, 

Pleasant Street, Watertown, Mass. 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

Doors, Sashes and Blinds. 

A full assortment of the altove kept constantly on 
hand. 

Also, Glazed Windows of all sizes, 

AT THE LOWEST CASH PRICES. 

GEORGE S. BOWEN, 

DEALER IN 

Stoves, Furnaces, Ranges, 

TIN WAKE, 

Kitchen Furnishing 
Goods, etc. 

Fnrnacps, Ranges, Steves 
and Pumps repaired. 

TIN ROOPHfK AND 

GENERAL. JOBBING 

I't-omptiy attended to. 

Church Street, 

Near the Depot, 

Watertown. | 

Agent for Pratt's Improved ''Admiral" and "Pearl Ranee." | 

J. & A. MUNSTER, 

st k & r s 

WALTHAM, MASS- 

Shop at 443 Main Street 

AND 

Store at 18 Elm Street 

4®- Wagons deliver Goods in all parts of Newton, daily. 




100 MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 

MANUFACTURER OF THE 

AMERICAN COMBINATION LATHE 

For Watchmakers' and Manufacturers' Use. 

Also, Manufacturer of Watchmakers' Tools. 

WALTHAM, MASS. 

WALTHAM, MASS. 
S. R. COOK, - - - ■ Proprietor. 




This Hotel still continues to be a favorite resort for travellers, and the Proprietor 
spares no pains to make his house worthy of its accustomed share of patronage. A 
■well stocked Livery Stable connected, where Horses and Carriages are furnished at 
short notice. 

WILLIAMS BROTHERS, 

(Successors to H. C. Sawyer,) 

BOOKSELLERS, STATIONERS, 

AND DEALERS IN 

Fancy Goods, Paper Hangings, 

FINE PLATED WARE, CUTLERY, Etc., Etc. 
WALTHAM, MASS. 

C. H. WILLIAMS. G. F. WILLIAMS. 




ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 101 

PLAIN AND ORNAMENTAL 

Plasterer, Stucco- Worker, 

AND BRICKLAYER, 
WALTHAM AND VICINITY. 

<®- Whitening, Coloring and all kinds of Jobbing done 
with neatness and despatch. 

POST OFFICE BOX 14. 

FRANCIS BUTTRICK, 

MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN 

All Kinds of Lumber, 

PACKING BOXES, Etc. 
PLANING AND SAWING 

Promptly attended to at reasonable rates. 

Yard near the Upper Railroad Station, 

WALTHAM, MASS. 

H. W. HOWE. FRANCIS BUTTRICK. 

RUFUS G. BROWN & CO. 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

IRON, BRASS & COMPOSITION 

O^l© TI N Q- ©, 

I^elton Street, near P\R_:R,_ 
WALTHAM, MASS. 

RUFU3 G. BROWN. DEXTER B. BROWN. EDWARD TRUE. 



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Lexington Street, near Main Street, 

WALTHAM, MASS. 
E. E. LBVERMORE & CO., Proprietors. 

This Hotel has been newly fitted throughout, and it will be the aim of the Proprie- 
tors to make it an A No. 1 House. 

A FIRST-CLASS BILLIARD HALL CONNECTED. 

GEORGE F. PATCH, 

DEALER IN 

Stoves, Furnaces, Ranges, 

CAST IRON SINKS, 

Copper Pumps, Zinc, Sneet Lead, 
LEAD PIPE, 

TIN, GLASS, 

Britannia and Wooden 

ALSO, 

A General Assortment of 




wm men Fnrnishiiig 

Moody Street, cor. Gordon, - - Waltliam, 

Tin Roofing, Gutters, Conductors, etc.. made to order. Copper Pumps set and 
repairt-d, and Jobbing of all kinds attended to at short notice. 

Carriage and Sign 

Near the Central House, 

WALTHAM, Mass. 

All orders promptly attended to, and satisfaction guaranteed. 




ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



103 



S. HICGINBOTHAM & CO.'S 

New Crockery Store, 

WHERE CAN BE FOUND 

A new and complete 8toek of CROCKERY, CHINA, 
GLASS and PLATED WARE, of all grades, at BOS- 
TON PRICES. 

No. 284 MAIN STREET, WALTHAM. 

GIVE US A CALL. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. 





ROBERT M. KILL 



AG-BNT, 



DEALER IN 



Rough and Hammered 




Monumeni & Cemetery Work 

DONE IN THE BEST STYLE. 

WALTHAM, 
Hear Clemistry 



All Orders Promptly Attended to. 



JLNDKBSON liOTHlISj 

Carriage Manufacturers, 

MAIN STREET, near BACON, 
WALTHAM, - - - MASS. 

Carriages of every description built under our per- 
sonal supervision, and every branch of the business 
performed; including Wood Work, Ironing, Painting, 
Trimming, etc. 

Carriages insured, during repairing, if desired. 




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ALEX. STARBUCK, 

WATCHMAKER, JEWELER, 

AND DEALER IN 

"Watches, Clocks, Jewelry and Silver "Ware, 
3 CENTRAL BLOCK, - - '- WALTHAM, MASS. 



MRS. O. F. DEVENS, 

DEALER IN 

■IMJNIBY 4TO FAHQY CE09DV, 

293 Main Street, Waltham, Mass. 

J. DANIELS & SON, 

Horseshoers 

AND BLACKSMITHS, 

MAIN STREET, 

(Opposite Central House,) 

Waltham, Mass. 

Special attention paid to 
HCrRSTrSTTOKlHSTG^. 




DRY 



-A.. ARMSTRONG^ 

DIALEX IV 

.a. 3sr id r-A»3src"sr a- o o id s 



Hosiery, Gloves, and Small Wares. Hair Work, of all kinds, 
done to order, at 

WALTHAM INTELLIGENCE OFFICE, COR. OF PINE AND MOODY STREETS, S0UTHS1DE, WALTHAM- 
E. ID -A. Y, 

PI©fS«APiIi ABV1R« 9 

00R. MOODY AND ORESCENT STS., WALTHAM, MASS. 

£&* Particular attention paid to Copying and Enlarging all kinds of Pictures. 

RICHARD S. PARSONS, 



Of every description, including 

TRIMMINGS OF ALL SORTS. 

In fact, a General Variety Store, Confectionery of all kinds, etc. 

WASHINGTON ST., OPP. TOWN HALL, - BRIGHTON, MASS. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 105 

Rockland House Dining Saloon, 

J. H. LEE, Proprietor. 

Meals furnished at all hours of the day and evening. 

Washington, corner Rockland Street, 

BRIGHTON - - - MA^S.' 




G. FULLER & SON, 

DEALERS IN 

AH kinds of Lumber; 



ALSO, LIME AND HAIB. 

i Sawed at short notice. All descriptions 
is, Pickets, Posts, Rails, etc., constantly on h 

River Street, Brighton Corner, Mass. 



Dimension Frames Sawed at short notice. All descriptions of Timber, Boards, 
Plank, Shingles, Laths, Pickets, Posts, Rails, etc., constantly on hand. 



GRANVILLE FULLER. GRANVILLE A. FULLER. 

JOHN H. McCAUSLAND, 

Contractor and Builder. 

Jobbing promptly attended to at short notice. 

Shop, Rear of Town Hall, 

WASHINGTON STREET, BRIGHTON. 



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ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



107 



A. & G. H. HOWE, 



■» 



Will attend to appraising and selling Real and Personal Property, in any Town or 
City, and hold their Horse and Carriage Sales every WEDNESDAY, at BRIGHTON". 



OTMEl 




•-?:■< 



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Washington St., Brighton, Mass. 

D. SCATES, Proprietor. 
Board by the day or week. Stabling for Horses 

J. KENNEDY, 

Wagon Builder, 

H0RSESH0ER 

AND BLACKSMITH, 

Union Square, 
ALLSTON, MASS. 

Special attention given to the 
building of Tip Carts and Heavy 
Wagons, in the manufacture of 
which Mr. K. has had a long ex- 
perience. Horseshoeing ;md job- 
bing of all kinds promptly attend- 




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JON AS FI8KE, 

MANUFACTURER OF 




HARNESSES, 

SADDLES, BRIDLES, Etc. 



Trunks, Valises, and Carpet Bags. 

Repairing done at short notice. 

WEST ROCKLAND STREET, - - BRIGHTON. 



SGATES & 1YIAI, 




Livery, Boarding & Hack 

STABLE, 

C'AfTll FAIB BOTH STABLE, 

BRIGHTON. 

Particular attention gives to furnishing Carriages for Parties, Weddings and Funerals. 
T. O. SCATES. A. R. LYMAN. 

GHABLES WHITE, 

Blacksmith, 

CAERIAGE SMITH, 

HORSESHOER 

And Jobbing of all kinds. 

Washington Street, 

BEIGHTON, MASS. 

Personal attention given to 
Horseshoeing in all its branches. 




ADVtiUTI TNG DEPARTMENT. 10J 



Cattle Fair Hotel, 



BRIGHTON, 



Taylor Z. Harrington, 



PROPRIETOR. 



Connected with the House is a good 
Stable for Sale Horses. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



Ill 



WAVERLY HOUSE, 

JOHN H. KELLY, Proprietor, 

BRIGHTON CORNER. 



Boarders accommodated by the day or week. Choice Wines and 
Xiiquors constantly on hand. 

S. F. DANFORTH, 

Zivery, Sale, Hack and Boarding 

STABLE. 

Particular attention given to furnishing Carriages 
for Parties, Weddings and Funerals. 

Also, Stabling for Uoi°ses. 

Cor.ALLSTON & BEACON STS., 

- Mass. 




Allston, 



J. A.. COGSWELL, 

Arlington St., Brighton, Mass., 

Also Carriage Painter and Dealer in all kinds of CAKRIAGES 

and HARNESSES, of which a full assortment is constantly kept 

on hand. Also, 

UNDERTAKER, 

And keeps a large and select assortment of Burial Caskets, Coffins, Robes, Etc. 

Bole Agent for Castleman's Magic Marble Renovator for cleansing Marble 
Monuments, Grave-stones, Etc. 

FISKE * MARSHALL, 

Wholesale and Retail Dealers in 

Beef, Pork, Mutton, 

LARD, HAMS. 

AH kinds of Fruit and Vegetables 
in their Season. 

Cor. Washington nnrtllock- 
land Streets, 

BRIGHTON, - - MASS. 

All orders promptly attended to. 
B. M. Fiske. C. E. Marshall. 




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'■ WILLIAM F. GRACE, 
And Furniture Repairer. 

Mattresses made over. Window Shades made and put up in the neatest manner. 
Cane-seat Chairs re-seated. Window Cornices made to order. 
jg®=- Orders by mail, or otherwise, promptly attended to. 

COLE'S BLOCK, Centre Street, NEWTON. 

COver Mr. Charles BJewell's Grocery Store. > 

JOSEPH M. BRIGGS, 

House & Sign Painter, 

PAPIB BAN6E8, 

AND DEALER IN 

PAINTS, OILS, GLASS, ETC. 

PAINTS MIXED TO ORDER. 

Nonantum Block, Washington Street, cor. Centre, 

OHABL1B 1I€1, Jr., 

DEALER IN 

Eastern & Western Lumber 

OF ALL KINDS. 

COAL, WOOD, 

LIME, CEMENT, Etc. 
NEWTON LOWER FALLS, - - - - MASS. 




ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 113 

J. O, EVANS * SON, 

DEALERS IN 

Doors, Windows, Blinds, 

PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES, GLUE & DRY COLORS. 

All Kinds or Brashes at Wholesale. 

HOUSE & SIGN PAINTERS, 

AND INTERIOR DECORATORS. 

Picture Frames made to order. Blind Trimmings constantly on hand. 
Eliot Hall Building, - - - NEWTON, MASS. 

Planing, Sawing & Moulding Mill. 

ORRIN WHIPPLE, 

Carpent bw tmd Builder* 



AND MANUFACTURER OF 




Wood Mouldings, Counters, Doors, 
Window-Frames, Drawers, Pack- 
ing-Boxes, Irregular Mould- 
ings, Brackets, etc, 

PLANING, SAWING, TURNING 

CIRCULAR, FRET, and JIG SAWING done to order. GUTTERS of all sizes 
worked to order. BOARDS and PLANK re-sawed to any thickness, from four inches 
to one-eighth of an inch, for Panels. 

Steam Mills, Church Street, near Railroad, Newton. 
ALSO, FLOUR, GRAIN, FEED, HAY, STRAW, ETC., 

Wholesale and Retail. 

No, 3 ELIOT BLOCK. 



114 MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



MISS M. E. O'SULLIVAN, 



Dress & Cloak Maker, 

Howes 7 Block, 

OPPOSITE DEPOT, - - NEWTON. 

E. B. BLACKWELL, 

Shirt Manufacturer 

AND LAUNDERER, 

Brook Street, Newton. 



Shirts made to order and warranted to fit. Laundry Work of all 
descriptions nicely and promptly done. Machine Stitching executed 
in the best manner. 

Shirts from New York Mills Cotton - - $2 75 each. 

" Wamsutta " - - 2 50 " 

" " Androscoggin " 2 25 " 

" " Cabot " - - 2 00 " 

BLANKS FOR SELF-MEASUREMENT SENT TO ANY ADDRESS. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



115 



"ST". -A.. 




LT7TA, 

Provision Dealer, 

Corner Lexington and 
Auburn Streets, 

AUBURNDALE. 

Meats and Vegetables 

Of the best quality, constantly on 
hand, and delivered promptly. All 
orders from persons in Auburn- 
dale or vicinity promptly attended 
to. 



A.. J. MOOEES, 

Saw Mill, Planing and Moulding Mill. 




ALSO, MANUFACTURER OF 



Doors, Blinds, Sashes 

AND WINDOW FRAMES, 

NEWTON LOWER FALLS. 

Visitors to West Newton 

WILL BE ENABLED TO 

OBTAIN A GOOD MEAL 

By calling at the only place in town, 

ON WASHINGTON STREET, 

NEAR HOUGHTON'S GROCERY STORE. 

Meals served to order at all times. 



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MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



S. Cotisens & Son, 

DEALERS IN 

SfQVIS, 

Furnaces & Ranges 



OP THE LATEST AND MOST IMPROVED PATTERNS. 

RANGES AND FURNACES SET IN A THOROUGH MANNER, AT SH0RT&N0TICE. 




Tinware and Kitchen Furnishing Goods, 

Of every description. Also, 

PLUMBING. 

Also, Gas Fitters and Fixtures, and constantly on hand and tar- 
nished to order WATER. CLOSETS , WASH BASINS, Force and 
Copper Pumps, Bathing Tubs, Cesspools, Silver Plated and 
Brass Cocks, Lead Pipe, Sheet Lead, Etc. 

Orders promptly attended to in AUBURNDALE and 
the neighboring Towns. 

Auburn Street, Auburndale, Mass. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



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BENJ. LENTELL, 

DEALER IN 

Handware & Cutlery, and Paper Hangings. 1 

Also, JT3H.A.I2NS" 3PI3E*J3 constantly on hand. 

Washington Street, - - NEWTONVIIXE. 

Orders for Paper Hanging promptly attended to. 




GEORGE M. BUSH, 

Horses & Carriages 

TO LEX. 

j&gr- Particular attention given to fur- 
nishing CARRIAGES for PARTIES, 
WEDDINGS and FUNERALS. 

Also, Stabling for Horses. 

Stable on Elmwood Street, near Depot, - Newton, Mass. 




e^ws miBB in bb-owv. 

Also, Builders' Hardware for sale. 
20 PARK STREET, - - CHARLESTOWN, MASS. 

All orders promptly attended to. 




Where all can get a First-class Shave, by having a clean Towel, Mug, Hair Brush and 
Bay Rum, for the small sum of ten cents. HANSON'S MAGIC TOILET, which is 
equal to a Champoo, ten cents extra. All work done in the best style, at moderate 
prices. 

Also, a good assortment of Oils, Cosmetiques, Pomades, Perfumes, Collars and 
Toilet Soaps. Razors Honed at short notice, Whiskers and Hair Dyed in a workman- 
like manner. Separate apartments for Ladies, where particular attention will be 
given to Cutting, Champooing and Dressing Ladies' and Misses' Hair. The utmost 
neatness observed at this Saloon. 

Nearly opp. the P. 0., Main Street, - Concord, Mass. 



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W. J. FARRAR, 

UNDERTAKER. 




Also, constantly on hand a good assortment of 

COFFINS, CASKETS, ROBES, Etc. 
Window Curtains and Fixtures 

Furnished and put up. 

Residence and Store on Bedford Street, near Town House, 

CONCORD, MASS®. 

ESTABLISHED 1815. 

JOHN FLETCHER & SONS, 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

Gents', Ladies', Youths' and 
Children's 

BOOTS' & SHOES, 

ACTON, MASS. 

John Fletcher, John Fletcher, Jr., Edwin Fletcher. 




BBIOAN HOUU, 

J. E. HARRIS, Proprietor, 

SOUTH ACTON. 

Good Livery Stable in connection with the House. 

GEORGE L. PARKER & CO. 

Real Estate Agents 

AND AUCTIONEERS, 

SOUTH AOTON, MA.SS. 



GEORGE L. PARKER. 



EDWIN DWINZLS. 



PRINCIPAL. OFFICE No. 19 TREMONT ROW, BOSTON. 

O. C. SI.EEPEK, Agent. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



119 



HAYWARD'S 

Livery, Baiting, Boarding & Sale 

v It I. |]. 



OPPOSITE THE DEPOT, SOUTH SIDE. 




M. W. HAYWARD, 



The travelling public are particu- 
larly invited to call. Good Teams 
furnished at short notice. Passen- 
gers carried to and from Depots, in 
and out of town, at lowest possible 
price. My Stabling is new and of 
the best, and horses always receive 
the best of care from careful Ostlers. 
Terms reasonable. Patronage so- 
licited and satisfaction guaranteed. 
New and second-hand Carriages, 
Sleighs and Harnesses for sale and 
exchange. 



- NATICK, MASS. 



JAMES H. JACKSON, 

Clothes Cleaned & Repaired 

IN A SUPERIOR MANNER. 

CARPETS TAKEN UP AND PUT DOWN TO ORDER. 

Also, Receive Orders for Washing and Ironing. 
Carpets Made and Repaired. 



2 Leach's Block, - - 



Natick. 



.A. T. HASTINGS, 

Retail @i»oeei» 9 



DEALER IN 



Choice Groceries, Teas, Crockery and Glass Ware, 

OIC3--A.:RS -A.2ST3D TOBACCO. 

WEST CENTRAL STREET, - - NATICK. 



120 MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 

BAILEY HOUSE, 

SOUTH NATICK, 

G. BAILEY, Proprietor. 

This House has just been rebuilt and furnished with all the modern improvements. 

A. good Billiard Ball and a first-class Livery Stable is connected 
with the Bouse. 

Stage connects at Wellesley for South Natick. 

Bailey's South Natick, Wellesley, Sherborn, (irantville and Boston Express Offices 
in Wellesley and Grantville at the depot. 

Sherborn, at C. A. Clark's and G. A. Clark's stores. 

South Natick, at Bailey House. 

Boston, 34 Court Square, 5 Broad Street. 

Leaves South Natick, 7.45 A., m. 

Leaves Boston at 10.30 a. m., and 3.15 p. m. 

IB. -IF. PBABSON, 




Bread, Cake and Pastry Baker, 

MAIN STREET, OPP. THE COMMON, 

USTatick, Mass. 

BALLS, PARTIES & FAMILIES 

FURNISHED AT SHORT NOTICE. 

Brown Bread and Beans Baked every Saturday night. All orders promptly at- 
tended to. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 121 

^V JSTD 

General Insurance Agent, 

FRAMINGHAM, MASS. 



jETNA Insurance Company, Hartford, Conn. Assets, $6,400,000.00 

FRANKLIN Fire Insurance Company, of Philadelphia Assets, $3,250,000.00 

CONTINENTAL Fire Insurance Co., of N. Y. City and Brooklyn, . . Assets, $2,600,000.00 

ROYAL Insurance Company, of Liverpool, (Gold) Assets, $1'?,000,000.00 

PENNSYLVAN1 A Fire Insurance Co., Philadelphia Assets, $1,300,000.00 

NORTH BRITISH Mercantile Insurance Co., London and Edinburgh, (Gold) Assets, $14,700,000.00 

WATEKTOWX Fire Insurance Co., Watertown, N. Y Assets, $430,000.00 

MIDDLESEX Mutual Fire Insurance Co., Concord Mass., Pays Return Dividend ot 60 per cent. 
WORCESTER " " " " "Worcester, Mass., " " " " " 

CAMBRCDGE Mutual Fire Insurance Co., Cambridgeport, Mass., Pays Return Dividend of 40 per ct. 

Capital $25,000,000.00. Assets, $11,680,000.00. 

Office in Savings Bank, Framingham Centra. Open from 9 a. m., to 
12 p. m., and from 1 1-2 to 3 p. m. 

Office in Wobscott Block, South Framingham. Open from 3 1-2 
to 5 1-2 p. m. 

WARREN A. BIRD, 

Dealer in ^^h\'WSh^lr^~^>-^ \\i 

WOOD AND COAL. 

Wood Sawed by Steam Power any 
length required. 

Office and Sheds on the South side of B. 
& A. Railroad, near Spring Street, 

JfATICK. 

cheapest steam; iikatek. 

Having obtained the right to use Treadway & Warner's Patent Valves and Coup- 
lings, for putting up Tin Steam Pipe for heating Shops, Factories, etc., we are pre- 
pared to negotiate with any parties who are thinking of heating by Steam. 

For exhaust steam it is decidedly better than Iron Pipe, and direct steam can be 
used as well. It has been in use o per ten years, and is a success. Any farther in- 
formation will be given if desired. 

Please give us a call. 

BRADLEY & BRICHAM, No. 12 Boyd's Block, Main Street, 

MARLBORO', MASS. 

FARMERS' EXCHANGEE. 




E. J. OHILDES, 



DEALKK IK 



GROCERIES, FLOUR, GRAIN & MEAL. 

All Goods Exchanged for Farmers' Products. 

Main Street, Marlboro'. 



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Crosby's Tortoise Shell Jewelry 

MANUFACTORY, 

SOUTH FRAMINCHAM, MASS. 

Union Block, Opp. the Depot. * 

Sets, Necklaces, Bracelets, Lockets, Gents' Vest and Ladies' Leontine Chains, Head 

Bands, and Ornaments for the Hair, Belts, Chatelaines and Pendants, Back 

and Dressing Combs, and all Novelties in Shell Work. 

South Framiugham, Mass., March, 1873. J. Q,. CROSBY. 

A. GODDARD, 




Stoves and Furnaces, 

TIN TV ARE, 

KITCHEN FURMSHUG GOODS, 

Pumps, Lead Pipe (Tin-Lined), 
Hardware, Sheet Lead and Zinc. 

Main St,, nearly opposite Post Office, 
LEXINGTON. 

Agent for Magee Stoves & Furnaces. 
Milk Cans made to order. 



O. iL. 



2SSE J± ISTZODES Xj BURG-, 

Manufacturer of 



CARBSA'CS'S * WA<C<OV*» 




OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS. 



All orders faithfully 
executed, and promptly 
attended to. 

EAST LEXINGTON, 



S. R. FLETCHER, 

Carpenter and Builder. 

All kinds of Carpentering and Building 

Done at short notice and on reasonable terms. 

SHOP AT NORTH CHELMSFORD, MASS. 

House on Broadway, Cor. School Street, 

IjOWEIIjL, - - - 3MCA.SJS. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 123 

Chelmsford Foundry Co. 



MANUFACTURERS OF 

IM&M CASTINGS* 

Of* all Descriptions, 

NORTH CHELMSFORD, MASS. 

O. T. SHELDON, Treasurer. E. 15. BEARCE, Local Agent. 

SI3L.VE3R d£ CBtj^JIT, 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

Mini MACHINERY, 

AND ALL KINDS OF 

TWISTERS, WINDERS, SPOOLERS, REELS, 

Water Wheels, Shafting, Gearing, Machinists' Tools, etc* 

NORTH CHELMSFORD, MASS. 

HARVEY SILVER. ZIBA GAT. 

ISTortii Olielmsford. Mills. 



GRAY, PALMER & PENDERGAST, 



Manufacturers of and Dealers : 



WQQXi SHODDY 1 . 

Also, Wool Yarn Waste and Wool Stock. 

Office in Boston, 59 BROAD STREET. 
MILLS AT NORTH CHELMSFORD. 

THOS. H. GRAY. CHAS. D. PALMER. JOHN PENDERGAST. 

RICHARD RHODES, 

MANUFACTURER OF 

WORSTED YARNS, 

Grades from 12 to 40. 

NORTH CHELMSFORD, MASS. 



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MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



CHAELES PROCTOR, 

MANUFACTURER OF 



OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS. ALSO, 

Cigar Boxes in. "the Shucks. 
CHELMSPORD, - - 



CARRIAGE MANUFACTURER, 

Wheelwright, Carriage Smith, Carriage Painter, Etc. 

Light and Heavy Carriages made and repaired. Repairing of all kinds promptly 
attended to, and Terms Liberal. Builder of LIGHT AND HEAVY WAGONS. 

WILLIAM L. DRAPER, 

Carriage and Sleigh Manufacturer. 




WHKKLWRI&HT, ETC. 

Light and Heavy Carriages made and Repaired. 

SPECIAL ATTENTION PAID TO REPAIRING. TERMS LIBERAL. 

NORTH CHELMSFORD, MASS. 



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I»ost Office Address, 



HOLT & ADAMS, 

North Chelmsford, Mass. 

G. B. HOLT. C. W. S. ADAMS. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



127 



LOUIS B. TALBOT, 

DEALER IN 

WATCHES, 

Jewelry, Clocks 

AND 

SILVER WARE, 

At lowest possible prices. 

Chronometers and "Watches Repaired and "Warranted. 

Eice's Block, Hudson, Mass, 

BELMONT HOUSE, 

BERLIN, MASS. 





STABLE CONNECTED WITH THE HOUSE. 
W. AUGUSTUS SAFFORD^ 

AfOTIIi 




RICE'S BLOCK, MAIN ST. 



HUDSON, MASS. 



Proprietor MANDRAKE BITTERS for Bilious- 
ness and Liver Complaint. 



Mr. W. A. Safford : 



Boston, February 1st, 1870. 



Dear Sir —This is to certify that during the last two years I have almos t 
daily prescribed your MANDRAKE BITTERS for the restoration to healthy 
action ot the Stomach, Liver and Bowels. Knowing the Medicinal properties 
of the articles used in preparing the medicine, I regard it as a Tonic, Laxative 
and Alterative, and worthy of a fair trial by the community, believing both 
the Proprietor and Consumer will be benefited thereby. Yours truly, 
■ W. H. B1GE LOW, M. D. 

TRIPP BROTHERS, 
BOX MANUFACTVREBS. 

ALSO, DEALERS IN 

Ice, Wholesale ftRetail. 

Ice delivered in any part of the village. Orders promptly attended to. 
XXUBSOKT, MASS. 



128 MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTOEY. 




ZED. S. MOORE, 

DEALER INjSTAPLE AND 

Fancy Dry Goods, 

GROCERIES, CROCKERY WARE, 

Pj| Boots, Shoes and Rubbers, 

Family Medicines, Perfumery & Notions 
Generally , at the lotvest prices* 

(OVER STRATTON & ROBINSON'S MARKET), 

MORSES BLOCK, HUDSON, MASS. 

HENBT fOWIl^ 

DEALER I1V 

SPRUCE 4 PINE LUMBER, 

Laths, Shingles and Clapboards. 

DIMENSION TIMBER FURNISHED AT SHORT NOTICE. 

OPPOSITE DEPOT, - - HUDSON, MASS. 

TOWER &o ^PUSTOLD, 

C Successors to HENRY WILKEVS), 

DEALERS IN 

HARD AND SOFT GOAL & WOOD. 

Have constantly on hand a good supply of the above-named, of the beet quality, 
which will be sold at the 

LOWEST CASH PRICES. 
Office in the rear of George Houghton's Shoe Manufactory, NEAR DEPOT, 
HUDSON, MASS. 

^gf^ GEORGE BRAGDON, 

Successor to Bradley k Bragdon, 




DEALER IN 



1 



Furnaces, Stoves, 

Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron 

Ware, Hardware, Pumps, 
Lead Pipe, Britannia Ware, 

Kitchen FnraisMng Goods, Etc, 

MAIN STREET, 
HUDSON,, - - - MASS. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 129 

HUDSON, MASS. 

Dealer in Whitewood and Black 



Aftftli 



COFFINS & GASKETS 

Of every description. \ 

Ladies' and Gents' Robes constantly 
on hand. Wreaths, Crosses, and Cut 
Flowers furnished to order. 






GEORGE W. D^VIS, 

(Sdccessor to A. A. TARBELL & CO.) 

Wholesale and Retail Dealer in 

FLOUR, GRAIN, FEED, ETC. 

OPPIC3B .AJXTD -W-AJREHOTTSE., 

Opposite Depot, - - Hudson, Mass. 
R. B. LEWIS, 

IDinint Hi PICTI1B FMIB, 

The best variety of Frames in this vicinity. 
WE GUARANTEE AS GOOD PHOTOGRAPHIC WORK 

AS CAN BE FOUND IN MASSACHUSETTS. 
Bear this in mind. Don't you forget it. 

HUDSON, MA.SS. 



Bice's Iron Foundry 

MANUFACTURER OF 

1K@M OAfDVINftS 



OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. 

T. H.W.RICE, Hudson/Mass. 



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MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 




W. J". BABBETT, 



DEALER IN 



FRESH FISH, 

Oysters, Clams and Lobsters, 

IN THEIR SEASON. 

Also, Corned Fish, Tongues & Bounds, Salt Mackerel, 

SMOKED FISH, ANB EVEBTTHIJTG TTSTT- S ~ 
ally kept in a first-class Market. /^ 

ALSO, MEATS, PROVISIONS AND FRUIT. 

Hudson, - Hags. 
HOUGHTON'S CONSERVATORY, 





IVTA-IKT JSTUDBIET, HUDSON, 3VE-A.SS. 

This Conservatory is now stocked with 

Plants and Flowers of choicest varieties. 

BOQUETS, WREATHS, GROSSES AND CUT FLOWERS, 

Will be selected with the greatest care and furnished at short notice. 

flctweir, seeds sc ^Xj-a-istts 

Of every kind will be furnished on application, and at as low rates as they can be ob- 
tained of any Florist in the State. 
GEO. HOTTGHTON. 

— Ol BAE1I 

OSCAR G. BLANKING, 

Family Baker, 

Pastry Cook and Confectio 

MAIN ST., HUDSON. 

A good supply of Cakes and Crackers 

always on hand. Wedding and 

Birthday Cake made to order. 

Brown Bread, Buns and 

Rolls every p. in. 

Particular attention given to Baking for Balls & Parties. 

All Orders promptly attended to. 





ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



131 



S. P. TUCKER, 

Hardware \ 

AND TOOLS, I 



Agricnltaral Implements, l /i 

CUTLERY, 

And Shoe Findings, 

HOUGHTOiYS BLOCK, 

Hudson, Mass. 







W. P. HOLDEN & SON, 



DEALERS IN 



ifili. 

Furniture, Carpetings, 

CROCKERY, 

BOOTS AND SHOES, 

HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS, 

HARDWARE, AND 

Best Family Groceries, 

AT LOWEST PRICES. 

ALSO, SHOE FINDINGS OF ALL KINDS. 




HUDSON, iMI^SS. 



•W, P. HOLDEN. 



F. D. KNIGHT, 

MACHINIST, 

HUDSON, MASS., 

BUILDER AND REPAIRER OF ALL KINDS OF 

ALL KINDS OF SEWING MACHINE CAMS, 

STEEL PEGGING MACHINE CAMS, 

Brigham's Block, Washington St., Hudson, Mass. 



132 MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



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I'D Biff & SHOE li«TlfflS. 

We wish to call your attention to our method of 

Drafting Sole Patterns. 

One of the greatest difficulties encountered by the manufacturer is the imperfect 
manner in which Lasts and Dies run together. This could not be otherwise, owing to 
the fact that patterns have been graded by hand and on a principle differing lrom the 




The machine we have in use will graduate Patterns on a perfect principle of pro- 
portion, both in length and width, and we can warrant every set graded by it. Dies 

MADE FROM THESE STANDARDS WILL EXACTLY CORRESPOND TO THE LASTS, thus 

enabling us to produce with accuracy results which have hitherto been but imperfectly 
produced. 
We have also 

Town's Last Machine and Patent Guides, 

the best graduating machine in use, and we can assert and are prepared to demonstrate 
that all lasts made by us are more perfect in every respect than those from any other 
manufactory. 

Owing to the fact that before the last is turned we make zinc patterns of the same 
sizes as the patterns by which the dies are made, and mould or crimp them t« fit the 
bottom of the last, and then turn the last to fit the patterns, we can by this means 
ensure perfect fits and are enabled to give manufacturers the same lasts in width and 
fullness in two or three years thereafter as correctly as at the start. 

We are also Agents for the manufacture of 

McComber's Patent Lasts, 

for Middlesex County, the best fitting Last made in this country. Application for 
license to use the same should be made to Joel McComber, 102 Washington Street, 
Boston. 

For Lasts or Sole Patterns, address 

:p. e. millay, 

HUDSON, MASS. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



133 



G. Q. SAWYER, 

AlCflillll, 

Prompt attention given to the selling or disposing of 
Real Estate, Personal Property, etc. . 



HUDSON, 



MASS. 





Upholstering & Furniture Repairing 

In all ita branches. 

Hair and Excelsior 

MATTRESSES. 

Also, the 

HUDSON SPRING BED 



Next Building (e Engine Hoase> 

Hudson, Mass. 



J. BURKILL, 

Merchant Tailor, 

MANSON'S HALL, 

MAIN STREET, 
HUDSON, - - - - MASS. 

HOUGHTON & CO.'S 

i 

(Formerly GEORGE & CO.) 




Hudson & Boston 

EXPRESS. 




OFFICE, - - 36 COURT SQUARE, BOSTON. 



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DEALERS IN 




TEAS, 




Flour, Groceries, Dry Goods. 



ALSO, AW ASSORTMENT OF 



0RO6KERY, GLASS & WOODEN WARE, 
HUDSON, 






MASS. 




NATHAN RUSSELL, 

Carpenter and Builder 

ALL KINDS OF CARPENTERING AND BUILDING 

Done at short notice and on reasonable terms. 

BUSSBMi OTSBOT, HUBSON, WMB* 



HIEWAI1 T. 

And Dealers in 

Men's and Boys' Ready- 
made ClotUi'ig, Fur- 
nishing Goods, 
Bats, Caps, I mbrellas, 

Etc., Etc. 
Shirt Patterns Cut to Order. 

ROOMS IS TROWBRIDGE'S BLOCK, 
Hudson, Mass. 





ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 135 

MISS E. L. SANBORN, 

HUDSON, MASS., 

DEALER IN 

Millinery, Dry & Fancy Goods, 

Hats, Bonnets, Ladies' and Infants' Caps, Flowers, Feathers, Ribbons, Embroideries 

and Lace Trimmings, Collars, Undersleeves, Neck Ties, Gloves, Hosiery, 

Handkerchiefs, Hoop Skirts, Corsets, Bustles, together with a general 

assortment of Ladies' and Infants' FURNISHING GOODS. 

READY TRIMMED HATS AND BONNETS. 

All Orders for Millinery Promptly Attended to. 

Also* a Large Assortment of Heal and Imitation Hair 
Goods, Toilet and Fancy Articles, 

N. B. — Kid Gloves and Slippers cleaned at Short Notice. 



ALSO AGENCY FOR 



MME. DEMOREST'S RELIABLE PATTERNS. 

All the Patterns are accurately cut, graded in sizes, and notched to show how they 
go together, and put up in Illustrated Envelopes, with full directions for Making, 
Amount of Material Required, Trimmings, etc., etc. Patterns sent by Mail, post-free, 
on receipt of price. Also, Mme. Demorest's semi-annual What to Wear. 15 cents. 
Mammoth Colored Bulletin of Fashions, $1. Subscriptions received for Demorest's 
Monthly Magazine. Yearly, $3, with splendid Chromos as a premium. 

House, Sign and Ornamental Painter, 

GRAINING, GLAZING, MARBLING & GILDING. 




ALSO, DEALER IN 



Paints, Oils, Varnishes, 
Window Glass, Etc. 

HUDSON, - - MASS. 



P. R. BEOTETT, - - HUDSON, MASS. 

BREEDER AND DEALER IN 



offers Eggs for sale from the following varieties : 



Partridge Cochins, per dozen, 


$2 50 


Dark Brahina, " 


a oo 


Light " " 


1 50 


Silver Spangle Hamburg, 


1 50 


Brown Leghorns, per dozen, 


1 50 


Plymouth Rock, " 


1 OO 


Buff Terralls, «♦ 


1 OO 



Eggs guaranteed fresh, carefully handled and well 
packed. 




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MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



The Hudson Pioneer 

IS PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING 

BY 

WOOD & RAWSON, Editors and Proprietors, 

TROWBRIDGE'S BLOCK, WOOD'S SQUARE. 

TERMS, IN ADVANCE : 

Six months, $1 : One year, $2 : Single copies, 5 cts. 
DANIEL POPE, 

PlltillHSf. 

GREENHOUSE. 




Grower of Greenhouse Fruits, 

VEGETABLES AND PLANTS. 
HUDSON, MASS. 

Orders for choice Strawberries promptly filled. 

A. L. MAYNARO, 

Tin, Copper, and Brass 

WORKER, 

AND DEALER IN 

Stoves & Furnaces, 

PUMPS, 

Steam & Water Pipes. 

ALSO, 

TIN AND GRAVEL ROOFER. 

Hudson, Mass. 

All kinds of repairing neatly 
and promptly done at rea- 
sonable prices. 




ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



137 



W. BL MOULTON, 
Carriage Manufacturer, 

WHEELWRI G-iHIT, 

Carriage Smith, Horseshoer and Jobber, 

WOOD'S SQUARE, HUDSON, MASS. 

.All orders promptly attended to. 

New and second-hand carriages on hand and for sale 
cheap. 





C. E. HALL, 

Manufacturer of every description of 

HABxnassiw, 

And Dealer in 

Saddles, Whips, 

ROBES, BLANKETS, 
Sleigh Bells, 

COLLARS, HORSE BRUSHES, 

Neat's Foot Oil, etc. 
HUDSON, MASS. 



JOHN B. DOUPRAY, 

BLACKSMITH. % 
Horseshoer. 

ALL KINDS OF JOBBING. 

Carriage Repairing 

Of all kinds neatly executed and 
promptly attended to. 

J8®* Particular attention paid to 
Interfering, Overreaching, and 
Tender-Footed Horses. 




A. J. PHILBRICK, 

Carpenter and Bnilder. 

Building done by contract or by the day. 

JOBBING PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO AT REASONABLE PRICES. 

Shop in Frost's Building, Central St. Residence, cor. Pope & Pleasant Sts. 

HUDSON, MASS. 




138 MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 

BBJNJAMIJSi THOMSON, 

Manufacturer of 

C&RRI&GES, WAGONS, 

And Sleighs. 

All kinds of Jobbing. Carriage repairing of all kinds 
neatly executed, and promptly attended to. 

HUDSON, MASS. 

OHAS. &. BEIGHAM, 

GROWER OF 

GREENHOUSE 
FRUITS, 

"Vegetables 

AND 

PLANTS, 
HUDSON, MASS. 
Orders for choice Strawberries promptly filled. 




GREENHOUSE PLANTS. 

The Subscriber, having secured the services of an EXPERIENCED ENGLISH 
GARDENER, is prepared to furnish at short notice, a full assortment of 

GREENHOUSE, BEDDING AND BORDER PLANTS. 



Cut Flowers, Bouquets, Wreaths and 
Crosses. 

G. T. FLETCHER, 

CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER 

JOBBING PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO AT SHORT NOTICE. 

Building done by contract or by the day. All orders promptly attended to. 

Hudson, Mass. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



139 



GENERAL INSURANCE AND BUSINESS AGENCY. 

GEORGE E. UNDERWOOD, 

General Insurance Agent and Broker, 

NEGOTIATOR OF LOANS AND BUSINESS AGENT, 
District Court Block, Merchants' Row, Ayer, Mass, 

REPRESENTING FIRST-CLASS COMPANIES ONLY. 
AGGREGATE CAPITAL AND ASSETS, NEARLY $10,000,000. 

Policies written, and Losses adjusted and paid at this office. Rates equitable. In- 
surance placed to any desirable amount in responsible companies. 

W. WRIGHT & SON, 

Dealers in 

FURNITURE 

Of every description. 

Carpets, 

OIL CLOTHS, 

Mattings, 
PAPER HANGINGS, 

Feathers, 

Mattresses and Bedding. 

ALSO, 

COFFINS, CASKETS, 
Robes, Plates, etc. 




AYEE, M.A.SS. 



O. W. MASON, 



DEALER IN 



Foreign and Domestic 

DRY & FANCY BOODS, 

Hosiery, Gloves, Corsets, Etc. 

COR. MAIN STREET AND MERCHANTS' ROW, 




140 MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY*. 

Wholesale and Retail Dealer in 



Choice Family Flour, Graham Flour, 

Corn, Oats, Rye, Barley, Screenings, 

Oil Meal, Oat Meal, Corn Meal, Rye Meal, Cotton-seed 
Meal, 



Shorts, Fine Feed, Middlings, 

Grrass Seeds, Clover Seed, Millet. 

Coal, Lime, Cement, Shingles, Laths, Clapboards, Phosphates, Plaster, Etc. 

AYER, MASS. 

J. S. FERNALB, 

NO. 8 PAGE'S BLOCK, 

Main Street, 

AYER, MASS. 




MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN 

Fish Half, Quarter and Eighth Barrels, 

KITS, MOUSSES KEGS AND MY CASKS. 

Orders solicited and promptly filled. Terms, Cash in 30 days. 

AYER, MASS. 

L. SHERWIN & CO. 

Bookseller, Stationer and News Agent, 

REAL ESTATE CONVEYANCER AND NOTARY PUBLIC. 

Fancy Goods, Toys, and Groceries, Crockery 
and Glassware, 

No. 1 PAGE'S BLOCK, MAIN STREET, - - - AYER, MASS. 

LEVI SHERWH5T. TO. U. SHERWIN. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



141 




N. A. SPENCER, 

Manufacturer of 

Monuments k Gravestones. 

Also, all kinds of 

SOAPSTONE WORK 

Done at short notice, such as 

BOILER FACINGS, STOVE LIN- 
INGS, FOOT WARMERS, Etc. 

AYER, - - MASS. 



J. & J. F. BOYNTON, 

TIN, COPPER. 

Anil Brass Workers, 



And Dealers in 



Stoves & Furnaces 



Pumps, Steam and Water 
Pipes. 

AYER, MASS. 

All kinds of repairing neatly 
and promptly done at reasonable 
prices. 




BRIGGS & KELLEY, 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

Heavy and Light Castings, 



OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. 



E. B. BRIGGS. 



H. B. KELLEY. 




B. H. GRAVES, 

Dealer in 

Beef, Pork, Lard, 

Hams, Tripe, 

Sausages, Poultry, 

And all kinds of 

VEGETABLES, 

yer, Mass, 



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MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



9m 3®®M%><&M$ $T* 

DEALER IN 

BOOTS, SHOES IB RUBBERS. 




ALSO, 



Gents' Furnishing Goods, 
MERCHANTS' ROW, AYER, MASS. 

MOORE As PLUMMEB, 

Contractors & Builders, 




MASONS, PLASTERERS, WHITENERS, STUCCO WORKERS. 

All kinds of jobbing done at short notice, on reasonable terms, 

.A.yer> Mass. 

HOUSE & SIGN PAINTER, 



Grainer, Glazier and 

Paper Hanger, and 

dealer in 



Paper-Hangings, Faints, 
OILS and GLASS. ^ 

]VTa,iJ3. Street, - - - Ayer, :M:<ass. 





ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



143 



ZACHAEIAH WHITMAN, 

Harness Maker 

AND CARRIAGE TRIMMER. 
Collars to Order. 

Those -wishing for a good fitting 
collar.willdo -well to call upon him 
where they can have their Horses 
measured and Collars warranted 
to fit. Mr. Whitman having for 
many years made the manufacture 
of Collars a Specialty, feels confi- 
dent that he can give perfect 
satisfaction to those who may 
favor him with their patronage. 
AYER, MASS. 




BRICHAM & McRAY, 

CARRIAGE MANUFACTURERS 




Wheelwrights, Carriage Smiths, Carriage and Sign 

Painters, Etc. Light and Heavy Carriages made 

and repaired. Repairing of all kinds promptly 

attended to, and TERMS LIBERAL. 

BLACKSMITHS, HOESESHOERS & JOBBERS 

Particular attention paid to Tender-Footed and Interfering Horses. 

■AYEF^ ■ - MASS. 
-a.. i7i7-niTiia:-A.3xr , 

DEALER IN 

Beef, Pork, Lard, 

HAM, EGGS, 

BUTTER, CHEESE, 

VEGETABLES, 
And Provisions, 

Mead's Block, Main Street. 

AYER, MASS. 




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MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 




Samuel Fletcher, 

Quarrier, 

Wholesale and Retail Dealer in 

Rough and Hammered 

GRANITE, 



Of all descriptions, 



Graniteville, - Mass, 



All orders promptly attended to. 



Benj. Palmer, 



Quarrier, 



Wholesale and Retail Dealer in 



Rough and Hammered 



GRANITE, 



Of all descriptions. 



Graniteville, - Mass. 



All orders promptly attended to. 




ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 145 




William Reed, 

Quarrier. 

Wholesale end Retail Dealer in 

Rough and Hammered 

GRANITE, 



Of all descriptions. 



Graniteville, Mass. 

«S~ All orders promptly attended to. 



David Reed, 

Quarrier. 

Wholesale and Retail Deaier in 

Rough and Hammered 

GRANITE, 



Of all descriptions. 



Graniteville, Mass. 



«®~ All oTders promptly attended toi 





MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



Ifm- ■' i* 



JEPTHA WRIGHT, 

QUARRIED. 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN 

Rough and Hammered 

GRANITE, 

Of all Descriptions, 
Graniteville, Mass. 

All orders promptly attended to. 




JOHN H. LEONARD, 

House and Sign Painter, 
GRAINER, GLAZIER, etc. 

Main Street, - - - AYtR, MASS. 

All work done at short notice, and on reasonable terms. 

J. E. FLETCHER, 

Carpenter, Builder &. Jobber. 

ALSO, DEALER IN 

LUMBER, DOORS, SASH AND BLINDS. 

All orders faithfully executed and promptly attended to. 

AYER, MASS. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 147 

G. C. & J. F. STEVENS, 

MANUFACTURERS OF 4 

n nmnm iimnii]i 



Oircular Seiw iKdCills, 

Barrel, Tub and Pail Stave Saws, 
STEVENS' PATENT TURBINE WATER WHEEL, 

MILL WORK, ETC. 

Repairs on Stave Saws promptly and skilfully executed. 

AYER JUNCTION, MASS. 

GEORGE C. STEVENS. J. FRED'K STEVENS. 



THE GREATEST ECONOMY IN WATER POWER. 



STEVENS' PATENT 

TURBINE WATER WHEEL. 

Patented May 18, 1869; Re-issued July 16, 1872; Patented Aug. 13, 1872. 
CANNOT BE EQUALLED FOR 

Economy in Water, 

Perfection in Workmanship, 

Durability and Power. 

The only Turbine adapted to variable streams. By the independent and simul- 
taneous opening of the gates in sets, it adjusts the supply of water to the exact amount 
of work. The gates give a full opening under all circumstances, and are balanced by 
the action of the water itself; thus ensuring quick, positive, and easily-controlled 
gates under a high as well as a low head of water. 

The guides are cast-steel, placed stationary between the wheel and gates at the 
true angle of hydraulic force, and are not varied by the movement of the gates, giving 
the water the most perfect direction on the buckets. 

G-. C & J. F. STEVENS. Patentees. 



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MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



IB. G-_ IEIjI-iIS, 

Agent for the Celebrated 

Boston Organ Co.'s Organs, 

AND 

BRAOKETT'S PIANOS. 

Also, Teacher of Vocal JVIusic. 

Pond's Block, - - HOLLISTON, MASS. 

J", W. M.M"ST § 

Practical Blacksmith, 




AND JOBBING. 

Express Wagons of nil 
kinds built and re- 
paired at short 
notice. 

Rear of Wilder 1 ! Pnmp Manufactory, 

HOLLISTON, MASS, 




G. J. FRY & GO. 



DEALERS IN 



totals, Iron, WsoIIen Bass, 



AND ALL KINDS OF 



IFJLIPIEIR, STOCK. 

For -wliioli tile Highest I»rice will be paid. 

AYER.. MASS, 

BARROWS BROTHERS, 

(Successors to A. Spaulding,) 

MANUFACTURERS OF AND DEALERS IN 

CHAMPAGNE CIDER, 



Refined Cider and Cider Vinegar, 
P. 0. BOX 102, - - GR0T0N, MASS* 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



149 



J. H. & J. P. THAYER & CO. 




HOUSE AND SIGN PAINTERS. 

ALSO, 

Plain, Fresco and Decorative Painting, 

GLAZING, GRAINING, 

PAPER HANGING & DECORATING 

IN ALL ITS BRANCHES. 
A large. assortment of FRENCH and AMERICAN 

Paper Hangings, Borders, etc. 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. 

ALSO, 

GILT AND EBONY MOULDINGS 

FOR PICTURES AND DECORATIONS. 

Paper Warerooms at 

No. 660 M^lIIST STREET, 

Next door to City Hall, 
OA^BIR.IIDOEDPOIR.T. 



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MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 







AND STE A.M. 



Sawing, Planing & Moulding Mill, 

AND MANUFACTURER OF 

D00B8, SASHS, IHIli, 

WINDOW FRAMES, 

Brackets, Packing Boxes, Coun- 
ters, Draw Cases, etc. 

All kinds of Sawing, Planing and Turning 

Done in the beat manner, and on reasonable terms. And dealer in 

LUMBER, LIME, SAND, CEMENT, etc. 

Western Avenue, Cambridgeport. 

Orders by mail promptly attended to. 




ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



151 




PIERCE &STAYNER, 

Manufacturers of and Dealers in 

Stores and Furnaces, 



TIN HOOFING, 

Tin, Sheet Iron, and Copper 
Wares, Kitiimi Fur- 
nishing Goods, 
etc., etc. 

614 Mam St.,opp. Masonic El'k, 

CAMBRIDGEPORT. 

Stoves, Furnaces and Ranges Lined and Repaired. Jobbing promptly attended to. 

W. J. PIERCE. WM. R. STAYNER. 



GEO. W. CANTERBURY, 



DEALER IN 



Meat and Provisions, 

Fresh F"ruit and Vegetables 

Beef, Pork, Mutton, 

Lmnb, Poultry, 

Tripe, Sausages, Harrii Lard, etc. 

33 River Street, 

and 40 Pleasant St. 

Cambridgeport, - Mass. li^sIS? 




GEO. O. ID^IDsTIFOIR/TH:, 

HOUSE AND SIGN 

PAINTINB & BLAZINO, 

17 Brattle St. 

OLD CAMBRIDGE, MASS. 

Established 1844. 

WORCESTER BROTHERS, 

(Successors to WHITNEY & WORCESTERS,) 

DEALERS IN 




FURNITURE 



Feathers, Carpetinqs, Look- 
ing Glass Elates, etc, 

25 Brattle Square, 

CAMBRIDGE, - - MASS. 




152 MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTOEY. 

D. G-. PRATT, 

181 to 135 :0:ro>£i.«3.^7-£ty. 



CAMBRIDGEPORT, MASS. 

MANUFACTURER OP 

TURNED GOODS 



FROM 



Foreign Wood and Iirory. 



ESTABLISHED I.\ T 1863. 



BUILDERS' FOUNDRY. 



WILLIAM E. BIRD, 

COLUMNS AND BUILDING WORK, 

Star SastL "V^ei^lrts, 

AND EVERY DESCRIPTION OF IRON CASTINGS, 

Cor. Sixth and Potter Streets, near Broadway, 

CAMBRIDGEPORT, MASS. 

Order Box, Mechanics' Exchange, 17 Court Street. 



ADVERTI-I^G DEPARTMENT. 



153 



BAHT01T & AVERXLL, 



DEALERS IN 




COAL AND WOOD, 

HAY AND STRAW. 

Stove, Furnace and Eange Coal, constantly on hand. 
Orders delivered promptly. 

Cor Columbia & Hampshire Sts,, Cambridgeport. Mass. 



Alfred Wood 



WOOD & HALL, 



DEALER IN 

BEST FAMILY GROCERIES 

AT THE LOWEST CASH PRICES. 

5 & 6 Harvard Row 

West Side of 

Harvard Square 
CAMBRIDGE. 







Choice Teas and Coffees, and the best Brands of Flour; also, Grain and Meal. 
Orders from the surrounding towns faithfully and promptly filled. 



154 MIDDLESEX .COUNTY DIRECTORY. 

ERWIN S. CARR, 



DEALER IN 



STOVES, 




Ranges, Furnaces, Etc. 



AND MANUFACTURER OF 



TIN, SHEET IROU, & COPPER WARE, 

Slate Copper and Tin Roofing, 

Copper flutters & Conflnetera 

FUBNTSHED AT SHORT NOTICE. 

914 MAIN STREET, 

OLD CAMBRIDGE. 



All Job Work Promptly Attended to. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



155 



ALBERT NORRIS & CO. 

Western Avenue, cor. Franklin St., 

CAMBJRILTCEPOJET. 

ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. 



JOHN F. SCRIBNER, 



Cabinet 



Maker. 




DESKS, OFFICE AND PARLOR FURNITURE MADE TO ORDER. 



NO. 7 BROADWAY, CAMBRIDGEPOKT. 

MAJ. ROSS, - - - Proprietor. 

Connected with the House there »re Sheds and Stables. 

Cars pass from front of Revere House every five minutes, from 6 o'clock, a. m., to 
12 1-2 at night. 
Parties received and entertained at all hours, day or night. 

-A.. MANBS tSQ CO. 

Practical Chemists, 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

Mineraline, Boiler Composition Engine Polish, 

AND ALL KINDS OF SLUSH AND AXLE GREASE. 

Patentees and Importers of the Celebrated Scotch Reflecting Gauge Tube, and 
all sorts of Scotch Gas Burners. 



23 Main Street, 



Cambridgeport, Mass. 



156 MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



J. B. SHAW & CO. 



DEALERS IN 




FRANKLIN COAL OP LYKENS VALLEY. 

Wharf, Junction of Broadway and Main Street, near the Bridge, 
CAM BRIDGEPORT, MASS. 

All orders will receive prompt attention. 

MORRILL * HOOKER, 

(Successors to A1LEN & ENDICOTT), 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

Steam Engines, Elevators, 

FROGS AND SWITCHES. 

Shafting, Hangers, 

and Machinery 

of all kinds. 

i 

REPAIRING PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. ^ 

356 M^irV STREET, 

CAMBRIDGEPORT, MASS. 




Alfred Morrill. 
Henry Hooker. 



ABTHUB BBOTH1BS, 

Cabinet Makers, 

AND MANUFACTURERS OF 

A, S, Lyman's Pat, Pure Dry Cold Air Refrigerators, 

THE BEST IN THE WORLD. 

Osborn's Mills, State Street, CAMBRIDGEPORT, MASS. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



157 



N. LIVERMORE & SON, 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

p\A.3Kra"sr toilet, 

Extra, Family & Shipping Soaps. 

ALSO, SCOURING AND SODA SOAPS FOR WOOLEN MANUFACTURERS. 

Broadway, corner of Sixth Street, 

CAMBRIDGEPORT, MASS. 

CAMPBELL BROTHERS & CO. 



(Successors to] 
Allen & Endicott.) 




OILER 
MAKERS, 

Water and Ship 



Soap and Tar 

l\ullluuj Lib! 

JVo. 356 MAI2T STREET, 

(Opposite Harrison Street), CAMBRIDGEPORT. 




PUBLISHING AND FUNERAL UNDERTAKER, 

582 Main Street, opp. Post Office, Cambridgeport. 



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MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



WILLIAM DICKSON, 

347 Cambridge Street, Cambridgcport, 

Contractor, Mason and Builder. 

Plans and Estimates furnished upon application. 

Dealer and Improver of Real Estate. Also, Justice of the Peace. 




.JOSEPH J. BLEVIjSTS, 

622 Main Street, Cambridgeport, 

Slater, Copper and Tin Hoofer. 

Orders promptly attended to. 

DHL L. STEWART, 

HOUSE AND SIGN 

Painting 

AND 

Glazing. 




No. 16 (old 12) Brighton Street, 



OLD CAMBRIDGE. 



Mixed Paints of all kinds. Putty, Glass and Paint Brushes for sale. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



159 



JAMES CONWAY, 

Practical Tailor, 

Wlitney's Block, under Social Union Rooms, 

Palmer St. Near Harvard Sq. 
OLD CAMBRIDGE. 



Clothes made to order in the latest style, at short notice. 








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J". MASON, 

Locksmith and Bell Hanger, 

6 PEARL STREET, 

CAMBRIDGEPORT. 

JO®* Forging and Repairing for all kinds of small 
machinery. 

All kinds of Tools made and sharpened in the 
hest manner. Door Plates and Numbers, Key 
Rings and Tags made. 

8aws filed and put in the best order. 

Becond-hand tools bought and sold. 

Steel Stamps, Letters aod Figures in sets. 




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JOHN F 1 . ^ISTDI^rcSOIN, 

MANUFACTURER OP 

Express Wagons, 
Ani Light Op Buggies. 

18 SODEN STREET, 

OFF WESTERN AVENUE 

Near the Cambridge Laundry, 

CAMBRIDGEPORT, MISS. 

Repairing promptly attended to. 





FRANCIS 0. HEHLEY & CO. 

HORSE 

SHOERS. 

Particular attention to Interfering, 
Overreaching, Contracted and 
Hoof-Bound Horses. Also, to 
Corns, Thrush, False Quarters, 
Pumiced Feet, Sand Cracks, etc. 

SODEN STREET, 

From Western Av.. near Cambridge 
Laundry, 

Oambridgeport, Mass. 



ROBERT L. B. FOX, 

HARNESS 




MANUFACTURER, 

4 Brattle Street, - CAMBRIDGE. 

(UP STAIRS.) 

Particular attention paid to fitting and repairing. Trunks repaired and covered 
in the best manner. Whips and Brushes constantly on hand. 



Cambridgeport & Boston Express. 

N. D. KENISON, 39 Windsor St., Cambridgeport. 

ORDER BOXES at Smith's Store, corner Main and Columbia 
Streets; Wilder's Store, Broadway ; Wilder's Store, Cambridge St., 
Cambridgeport. 

BOSTON, at Union Market and Suffolk Market. 



PERSONAL 



ATTENTION TO THE BUSINESS. 
ORDERS SOLICITED. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



161 



ROW «£ DEER P 

HOUSE AND SIGN 

Painters, Glaziers, 

AND 

Paper 




Hangers, 

625 ^JLIlsT STREET, 

CAMBRIDGEPORT. 




Whitening, Coloring and all other kinds of Decorations. Special attention paid to 
Paper Hanging and Decorating. Orders promptly executed. 



; KELLEY & McKINNON, 
Carpenters § Builders, 




Shop, - - No. 7 Western Avenue, 

RESIDENCE, 15 PUTNAM PLACE, 

(Near Western Ave.) 



S. J. KEIXET. 



Jobbing promptly attended to. 



C. E. M'KIUNON. 



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1873. ICE. 18*73. 

8. F. CHASE. 

SEASON RATES TO OCTOBER 1. 

12 lbs. daily, from May 1st to Oct. 1st, $ 8 00 
18 " " " " 12 00 

25 " " " " 16 00 

By weight, 50 lbs. for 20 cents. 
Butchers, Grocers, and Fishermen supplied at Market Rates. 
Monthly Rates. — 12 lbs. daily, $2.00 per month. 18 lbs. $3.00 per month. 25 lbs. 
$4.00 per month. 

Order Boxes — At Nay & Dodge's Provision Store; Davis and Bates' Grain Store, 
Maiu St. ; Q-. W. Canterbury, junc. River and Pleasant Sts. ; Osgood's Provision Store, 
Harvard St.; B. A. Brown, Piovision Store, cor. Broadway and Norfolk St. 

Depot, cor. Hampshire and Columbia Streets, Cambridgeport. 

SAMUEL PARKER, 

Architect and Supt. of Construction. 

PLANS, ELEVATIONS, 
SPECIFICATIONS AND WORKING DRAWINGS 

Of every description of buildings furnished promptly, and in the most 
satisfactory manner. 

HYDE'S BLOCK, 603 Main St., CAM BRIDGEPORT 

AND 

15 State Street (Office of O. F. Smith), Boston. 

THOMAS T. HOWLAND, 
MASON, 

No. 1 State St,, 3 doors from 
Universalis Church, 

CAMBR1DGEP0KT. 

Building Ovens and Fur- 
naces, and Setting Furnaces 
and Kettles of all kinds; 
also, Steam Boilers. 

ALL KINDS OF JOB- 
BING PROMPTLY 
ATTENDED TO. 

Orders left at Post Office, and at Shop, junc. o f Main and Austin Sts. 

Jl. IB. IF-A-IR-SOn^TS, 

Carpenter H Bollder, 

JOBBING AND REPAIRING, 

No. 6 Palmer Street, Old Cambridge. 

AI/L. ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. 




ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 163 \ 

H. E. LOMBARD & CO. 

Card and Job Printers, 

642 MAIN ST., CAMBRIDGEPORT, MASS. 

All orders Promptly attended to with Neatness and Despatch. 

MORRIS DOLLARD, 

LADIES' AND GENTS' 

Boot&Shoe Manufacturer, 

MAI1S3" STEEET, 
CAMBRIDGE, MASS. 

All hinds of Repairing neatly done. 

OHAS. COOPER & SON, 

Soap IVXanufa.cfu.FGFS, 




AND DEALERS IN 



CURRIERS' TALLOW, SOAP STOCK, Etc. 

Rear of 87 River Street, 

geliiiToopER.i CAMBRIDGEPORT, MASS. 

JAMES ANDERSON, 

Oarpenter ail J©il®r f 

6 PALMER STREET, - - CAMBRIDGE, MASS. 



A.11 orders for Jobbing and Building promptly 
attended to. 



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G-EORG-B ii. £JX_.X_iIC3T 3 

Tobacco and Cigar Store, 

No. 8 BRIGHTON STREET, 

CAMBRIDGE. 

Foreign and Domestic Cigars.. Cigarettes, Tobaccos, 

And every article in the smokers' line. 

A Billiard Hall is attached to the establishment, 
with two first-class tables, standard size. 

R. M:. AWDKEW8, 

House and Sign Painter. 

ALSO, GRAINING, GLAZING, 

PAPER HANGING AND 

WHITEWASHING. 

10 Brattle Street, - - Cambridge, 

All orders will receive prompt attention. 

HURD, TAYLOR <fe CO. 

DEALERS IN 

RAGS 9 METALS, 

Old Iron, Paper Stock, etc. 
COR. SCHOOL & CHERRY STS., CAMBRIDGEPORT. 




ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



165 



^lJMIO^ ID. KURD, 

WHEELWRIGHT 



Carriage Matter 

Palmer St, CAMBRIDGE. 




(Near the Colleges.) 

REPAIRING}- clone in. all its branches. 

Carpenter & 1«I 

EVERY DESCRIPTION OF JOBBING. 

Estimates and Plans made upon application. 
Shop, OSBORN'S MILL, STATE STREET, 

CAMBRIDGEPORT. 

A. H. & J. H. KELSEY, 

Furniture Upholsterers, 

Cor. of Main and Pearl Sfs., 

CAMBRIDGEPORT, MASS. 
NEW WORK made to order. 

AS" Mattresses, Carpet and Shade Work, 
promptly attended to. 

East Cambridge orders taken at Blake's 
Periodical Store, corner of Cambridge and 
Third streets. 




ID'JBJSTISriS OOWAKT, 

MANUFACTURER AND WHOLESALE DEALER IN 



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TWIME. 

Factory, Montgomery Street, 

-NORTH CAMBRIDGE. 

All orders by mail promptly attended to*. 





MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



MRS. M. H. HTJTCHINS, 

Florist. 

Plants and Flowers of choice 
variety. 

Bouquets, Wreaths, Crosses, Cot Flowers, 

SHRUBS, TREES, ETC. 

JSS" All orders promptly attended to. 

Cottage St., near Milk Row, 

NORTH CAMBRIDGE, MASS. 



FIRE I NSUR ANCE. 

A. ALLEN. 

At Post Office, Andrews Block, - - Holliston, Mass. 

Insurance written to any amount in the following first-class Companies : — ^ETNA, 
of Hartford, Conn.; HOME, CONTINENTAL, and GERMAN1A, of New York; 
FRANKLIN, and PENNSYLVANIA, of Philadelphia; ROYAL, of Liverpool'; 
NORTH BRITISH & MERCANTILE, of London and Edinburgh; TRADERS' & 
MECHANICS' (Stock) and TRADERS' & MECHANICS' (Mutual) of Lowell; MER- 
CHANTS' & FARMERS' MUTUAL, of Worcester; QUINCY MUTUAL, of 
Quincy; HOLYOKE MUTUAL, of Salem; MIDDLESEX MUTUAL, of Concord; 
CITIZENS' MUTUAL, of Brighton. 

Losses will Receive Immediate Attention. 



S. A. SANGER, 



Carpenter and Builder, 

Building done by Contract, or by the Day. 

Jobbing promptly attended to at reasonable prices. 

Also, Lumber Dealer. 



lEgQlllsrtoii., 



TME£i&&. 



J. C. WILDER & CO. 
Auctioneers, 

COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 

Dealers in New and Second-hand Furniture, 

AND HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS, STOVES, ETC. 

288 Broadway, 389 Cambridge St., 

CAMBEIDGEPORT. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



169 




Win. GALLAGHER, 

Plain & Ornamental 

PLASTERER 



Stucco Worker. 



Whitening, Whitewashing 



CAMBRIDGEPORT, - MASS, 

Shop, 457 Cambridge Street. 



C^~ -A.11 Orders Promptly Attended to. 





JSATWCrjESHi PIIiLEBROWN, 

PAINTING, GRAINING AND GLAZING, 

Also, Lead, Oil and Varnish for sale. 
Orders promptly attended to. IVo. 457 Cambridge St., Cambridgeport. 

R. S. ROBINSON, 

m mtw Hii1M®p« 

Post Rails and Balusters made to order. 

457 Cambridge Street, 

(Near Prospect Street.) cambrxdgeport. 

Orders for Carpentering and Jobbing promptly attended to. 




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M. D. BOBBINS 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN 

cxt.ooKJEs:E%.3r, 




A CHOICE ASSORTMENT OF 



FRENCH CHINA, 

AND CHINA ORNAMENTS CONSTANTLY ON HAND. 



ALSO, A FULL ASSORTMENT OF 




WOODEN WARE, 



INCLUDING 



Brushes, Brooms, etc. 

Plated Wire Goods of every description. 

No. 20 BRATTLE STREET, 



(Harvard Square), 



CAMBRIDGE, MASS. 



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ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 171 



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Carpenters & Builders. 



JOB WORK ATTENDED TO PROMPTLY. 



75 Brighton St., 



OLD CAMBRIDGE. 



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-A.. HI. ZBCZEAfiTS & CO. 

Manufacturers, Wholesale and Retail Dealers In 

HAND AND MACHINE-MADE 

■ ifr 




Plain and Fancy Hanging Pots, 

POULTRYWATER FOUNTS, 

AND ALL STYLES OF BROWN EARTHEN WARE. 



NORTH CAMBRIDGE, - 



MASS. 




All orders by mail promptly attended to. "Ware packed with care for shipping. 
CATALOGUE SENT ON APPLICATION. 

SMITH & SULLIVAN, 

DEALERS IN 

CHOICE 

§ Family Groceries, 

TEAS, COFFEES, PURE SPICES, Etc. 

In fact everything to be found in a first-class Grocery. 

SSI BROADWAY, CAMBRIDGEPORT. 

JBL. A. & O. icRANTO^ 

Tmri&mg and iawfag* 

MAIN STREET, OPPOSITE CLARK, 
CAMBRIDGEPORT. 

The best place in the city to get your work done. 

Manufacturers of " VICTOR TOP." 

J"OIH«T T. ROLPE, 
GRAINING AND GLAZING. 

J3ST All orders attended to at short notice and on reasonable terms. 

Henderson's Block, - - NORTH CAMBRIDGE. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



173 



J. V. DREW, 



Manufacturer aid Wholesale and Retail Dealer in 



Pure Confectionery 

OF ALL KINDS, 

330 1-2 & 332 MERRIMACK ST., 

We would invite our friends and the public to give us a 
call and see our candies made. 

ZEiDDvcuiLsriD ipniinsriLsr, 

louse Painter. 




& GLAZIER, 
530 1-2 MAIN ST., CAMBRIDGEPORT. 



HARRISON SIMPSON, 



Carpenter and Builder, 



REAR 577 MAIN ST., 



CAMBRIDGEPORT, MASS. 




Jobbing of all kinds. Contracts taken in any part of Cambridge and vicinity. 



174 MIDDLESEX COUNTr DIRECTORY. 

JAMES F. DAVLIN & CO. 

Phmiers k Gas Fitters, 

190 CAMBRIDGE STREET, (near Sixth St.) 

East Cambridge. 

Orders Solicited, and promptly attended to. 

PETTINGELL, MOODY & SAWYER, i 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

Cape Ann Oil Clothing, 

CAPE ANN HATS, 

AND SOUTH WESTERS OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS. 
horse: aivd wagon coverings made to order. 

Comer of Second and Thorndike Streets, EAST CAMBRIDGE, MASS. 

V?. H. PETTIXGELL. B. D. MOODY. H. M. SAWYER. 



JVEercliaiit Tailor, 

18 BRIGHTON STREET, OLD CAMBRIDGE. 

Clothes Cleaned and Repaired at short notice. 




Baikal's Concord, Mass., 

EXPRESS. 

THREE TRIPS J>AlI11iY, 

Concord Office at Buttrick & Pratt's Store. 
Leaves at 6.30 and 8.15 A. m., and 12.30 p. m. 

Boston Office, 8 Court Square. Leaves at 10 
A. M„ and 1.30 and 5 p. m. 



GILCREAS & CHISHOLM, 

Carpenters & Builders. 

JOBBING OF ALL KINDS EXECUTED PROMPTLY. 

D. A. GILCREAS, COLIN CHISHOLM. 

57 Franklin St., 108 Tremont St., 

CAM3RIDGEPORT, MASS. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 175 

GEORGE STEVENS & CO. 

ORGAN MANUFACTURERS, 

32 Fifth Street, - - East Cambridge, Mass. 




TUNING AND REPAIRING PROMPTLY DONE. 

HORATIO WELLINGTON & CO. 

(Successors to WELLINGTON BROTHERS), 

DEALERS IN 

Hard & Soft Coal, 

Wood, Lime, Cement, Hair 
and Plaster. 

ALSO, THE! 

FRANKLIN COAL OF LYKEN'S VALLEY. 

Parties drawing their own coal will find it for their advantage to take from 
our elevator, as there is no delay in loadiDg. 

OlTIEPICHiS : 

11 Kilby Street, - - - - Boston, 

AND AT THE 

Wharf f Cragie's Bridge, - Bast Cambridge. 

ORDERS BY MAIL PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. 

CHARLES 0. PRATT & CO, 

Sheet-Iron and Tin-Plate Workers, 

AND DEALERS IN 

COOK AND PARLOR STOVES. 

Tin Ware of every description on lull or made to order at short notice. 

STOVES AND RANGES OF ALL KINDS Repaired in the best manner 
at the shortest notice. 

ORDERS SOLICITED AND PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. 

226 Cambridge St., - East Cambridge. 



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MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



WILLIAM WYMAISr, 

DEALER IN 

"WH-A-RF, 




West end of Cragie's Bridge, 
EAST CAMBRIDGE. 



Orders by mail, or left at Messrs. Kidder, Peabody & Co.'s, 40 State Street, 
Boston, will receive prompt attention. 




A. C. SANBORN & CO. 

Dealers in all kinds of 

Rough and Hammered 

GRANITE, 

SANBORN'S WHARF, 

Bridge Street, 

EAST CAMBRIDGE. 
Boston Office, - - 17 Court Street. 

^Particular attention given to 

Granite and Cemetery Work, 

Of all description, including Granite Enclos- 
ures for Cemetery Lots, Granite Monuments, 
Lettering, Etc. 



MANUFACTURER of 

Monuments, Tablets, 

."E3::m^:D3TO]NrK]s, eto., 

At the Lowest Cash Prices. 

No. 57 Gore Street, Shop in the Rear, 

EA.ST CA.M! B RIDGE. 




ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 177 

(Successors to Elijah Spare,) 
Manufacturers of Common, Splice and Self-Supporting 

X-.^X> X> 'JB2 



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Steps, Masons' Horses, Window Jacks, Boys' Clipper Sleds, Snow Shovels, Revolving 
Clothes Dryers, Etc 

Gore, near 6th St., East Cambridge, Mass. 



I. MODI/TON. 



(Successors to Joel Robinson,) 



Smii 



Manufacturers of 

GARDENS, 




Cemetery Lots, 

PARKS, 1 Btc. 

Iron Shutters, Doors, Sidewalk Grates, 

AND 

IRON WORK FOR BUILDINGS. 

No. 12 GORE STREET, 
East Cambridge, Mass. 



J. C. Baetlett 



j. h. McCarthy & co. 
Plumbers and Gas - Fitters? 

69 Cambridge Street, - - East Cambridge. 

Force Pumps, Ban THUS, Water Closets, Wasli Basins, 

Brass and Plated Faucets, 

IRON PIPE, LEAD PIPE AND SHEET 

LEAD. 

All kinds of Gas-Fixtures constantly on hand. 

All orders promptly attended to, and work warranted. 




178 MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 

h & WHEBtER & Ck 

Successors to Hendley, Wheeler & Co., 

"Wholesale and Retail Dealers in 

Ship & Family Stores, 

E\L.OTJR, &RA.IN, AJNTD MEAL,, 

Fork, Beef, Hams, Faints, Oils, Cordage, etc. 

Cor. of Bridge and East Streets, EAST CAMBRIDGE. 

P. C. WHEELER. T. F. COLBY. 

All goods warranted as represented, and delivered free of expense. 



CHARLES McELWAIN, 

Cabinet Maker, 



And Manufacturer of 



OFFICE FURNITURE, LOUNGES, ETC. 

Repairing neatly done. Personal and prompt attendance to all 
orders. 

Shop, 54 Cambridge St., E. Cambridge, Mass. 

Convenient to Beal & Hooper's Furniture Factory. 

ALVAH A. HADLEY, 

Contractor & Builder, 

FUNERAL UNDERTAKER. 

Coffins & Caskets ; also, Thibet, Lawn & Cambric Robes 

Constantly on hand, or furnished to order. 

190 Cambridge Street, - - East Cambridge. 
ROBERT WEITZE, 

Manufacturer of all kinds of 



Also, Dealer in 

MEATS AND VEGETABLES. 

Cor. Thomdike and Eighth Streets, - EAST CAMBRIDGE. 

All orders promptly attended to and delivered free of expense. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 179 



IHORAfff BROTHERS, 

FURNITURE DEALERS, 

Cutlery, Crockery, Wooden and Glass Ware, 

WINDOW SHADES AND CARPETS. 

238 Cambridge Street, Corner of Ninth Street, EAST CAMBRIDGE. 

Furniture Repaired and Upholstered; Mattresses made over; Window Shades and 
Draperies put up ; Shades and Lace Curtains done up in the best manner; Carpets 
put down. 

BEAL & HOOPER, 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

FURNITURE, 

1 and # Holmes* Bloeft, 

HATMARKET SQUARE, BOSTON. 

Factory at East Cambridge. 

J. OLIVER, JR., SUPERINTENDENT. 
T. 8ULLIVAN, 




ALSO, EXPRESS & JOBBING. 

The Highest Prices paid for Old Iron, Copper, 
Lead, Etc. TERMS CASH. 

Empty Barrels Bought and Sold. 

Stands, 127 Bridge, and 32 Cambridge, 
Cor. First Sts., East Cambridge, Mass. 



180 MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 

SOLOMON LENFEST, 

PLAIN AND FANCY 

CARD & JOB PRINTER, 

Lechmere Bank Building, 

Cor. of Cambridge and Second Sts., 

EAST CAMBRIDGE. 

UNDERTAKER, 

jfc ****** • 






MANUFACTURER, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN 

Coffins, Caskets, Robes, Etc. 

Coffins and Caskets made to order at shortest notice. 
Bridge St., Cor. Third, East Cambridge, Mass. 

ARTHUR J. JfiWETT, 

House and Sign 

PAINTER. 



Particnlar atten- 
tion paid to Flor- 
encing Parlors, 
Halls, etc. Also, 
Graining, Glazing, 
etc. 



99 Cambridge Street, 

0-A.3V RIDGE. 




ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



181 



J". J±. PIERCES, 

.Carriage, Sign and Ornamental 




PAINTER, 



No. 18 Cambridge Street, 



East Cambridge. 



FELT & COLLINS 



MANUFACTURERS OF 




Carnages, Sleighs, Pengs and Express Wagons, 

ALSO, CAR.RIA&ESMITHS AND WHEELWRIGHIS. 

Jobbing and Repairing in all its branches neatly executed, and promptly attended to. 

No. 18 Cambridge St. , opp. Lechmere Sq., 

EAST CAMBKIDGE, MASS. 



J. S. Collins. 



PAULSON & G-AFFIG-AN, 

Wheelwrights, Carriagesmiths 

AND 

BLACKSMITHS, 

35 & 37 Gore Street, 

EAST CAMBRIDGE. 

WAGONS BUILT TO ORDER. 

Repairing of all kinds done 
in a thorough manner. 




DEALER IN 

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182 MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 

M. E. HAUCHEY, 

ALER IN 

Lard,I5u 

CHEESE, EGGS, BEANS, 

And all kinds ofCOU.NTRY PRODUCE. 

Also, extra brands of FLOUR, choice TEAS and SUGAR, and a good assort- 
ment of FAMILY GROCERIES. 

109 FOURTH STREET, EAST CAMBRIDGE. 




WHiTENER. 

228 CAMBRIDGE STREET. 
Residence, 28 Winter Street, EAST CAMBRIDGE. 



ORDERS SOLICITED AND PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. 

J. FRENCH ADAMS, 

AND MANUFACTURER OF 

STAIR POSTS, RAILS, B1LUSTERS, ETC. 

Seventh, corner Cambridge Streets, EAST CAMBRIDGE. 




ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 183 

CHARLESBBNZT 



MANUFACTURER OF ALL KINDS OF 



SAUSAGES, 

No. 75 SIXTH STREET, 

EAST OAMBFlIDaE. 




J. F. TEMPLE & CO. 

BILL POSTERS 

AND 

GENERAL ADVERTISERS 

For Cambridge and Somerville. 

Office, 101 Cambridge Street, East Cambridge. 

RESIDENCE, 127 THORNDIKE STREET. 



ORDER BOXES AT 

POST OFFICE, OLD CAMBRIDGE ; PRESS OFFICE, MAIN ST., CAMBRIDGEPORT. 

Orders left at Ellis' Express Office, SO Brattle Street, or 10 Court Square, 

Boston, promptly attended to. 

J. F . TEMPLE. G. B. DUNNELLS. 

JAMES H. BERRY, 

Carpenter and Builder, 

ALL KINDS OF CARPENTERING AND BUILDING. 

Jobbing promptly attended to at short notice. 

61 Third Street, - - East Cambridge. 




184 MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 

' TrwTBAOON^S" 

City Bill Posting, Distributing, 

AND 

ADVERTISING AGENCY, 
For Cambridge and Somerville. 

Office, 67 Cambridge, cor. Second St., East Cambridge, Mass. 

N. B. All orders promptly executed in a faithful manner. 

tiessiieir,, 

Practical Blacksmith. 

HORSESHOEING & JOBBING. 

Carriage Building 

And Repairing 

Of all kinds neatly executed 
and promptly attended to. 

89 Bridge Street, EAST CAMBRIDGE. 

P. E. BUTLER, 

Carriage, Sign and Ornamental 

No. 41 Cambridge Street, East Cambridge. 

N. B. —Express Wagons Painted and Lettered at the shortest notice. 

HENRY A.. B .A. CO 1ST, 

IUE ASON, 

FURNACES, RANGES AND GRATES, 

Set and Repaired. 
DRAIN PIPES CONSTANTLY ON SAND, 

Particular Attention paid to Setting Steam Boilers. 

Besidence, 116 Thorndike Street. 

Locker, Basement 109 Cambridge, 

EAST CAMBRIDGE. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



185 



^o==c«=^ec=^©«e^»ee=se«=^9g Q en >| jobbing Machinists 
Union Machine & Foundry Company,^ a^x^**™** 

BARN DOOR ROLLERS, 
Axle Hangers, 

AXLE ROLLERS, 

And Track to Fit. 
The Favorite Saw Clamp, 



lion Machine & Foundry Company, 






NO. 58 CAMBRIDGE STREET 

EAST CAMBRIDGE, MASS. 



«&e 



Dumb Waiter Wheels, Jack 
Screws. 

Models made. Castings 
furnished, all of best mate- 
rial and workmanship. 

Send for price list. 

tm E. A. HILL, Ag't. 



DEALERS IN 

Eastern, Western, Canada and Hard "Wood 




Spruce Floor Boards, Shelving, Pickets, Sheathing, Shingles, Laths, 

Clapboards, Cedar Posts, Etc. Also, Gutters, Conductors, 

and Mouldings. 

WHARF, EAST STREET, EAST CAMBRIDGE, MASS. 

(Formerly Hastings' Wharf.) 

PAPER HANGINGS, 

Window Shades and Hollands, 

TASSELS, CORD, Etc., Etc. 
Paints, Oil and Glass, Curtain Fixtures. 

BROWN & CARTER, 

House Painters, Decorators & Paper Hangers, 



NO. 200 MIDDLESEX STREET, 



- LOWELL, MASS. 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



WILLIAM WILBY & CO. 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

OAK AND HEMLOCK STRETCHED 

11 H 




Leather Belting, 

Top and Drawing Boiler Coverers, Worsted Aprons, Belt, Apron 

and Lace Leather, Lacings, and Manufacturers' Supplies, 

all Warranted of Superior Quality. 

90 Market Street, near Northern Depot, 

LOWELL, MASS. 




COOPER & BURGESS, 

DEALERS IN 

Cooking, Parlor and Office 

STOVES, 

Agents for the Peerless, Electra, 
Progress Range, and Monument 
Cooking Stoves, Peerless Parlor 
Stoves. Tin Plate and Sheet Iron 
Workers. Stoves, Ranges and 
Furnaces Renovated. Grates and 
Linings of every description. 

Plumbing in all its branches. 
No. 6 Main St,, cor. City Sq. 

OHARLESTOWN. 

CHARLES COOPER. WB. A. BURGESS. 

Storage for Stoves, 



W. F. SAVAGE, 

Architect and Real Estate Agent, 

X30 IME^m Street, 
CHARLESTOWN. 

PLANS, SPECIFICATIONS AND ESTIMATES FURNISHED. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



187 



CITY MARBLE WORKS, 



Dutton Street, near Fletcher, 



LOWELL, MASS. 




MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN 

Monuments, Head - Stones, 

And all kinds of Marble Work, 

From Italian and American Marble. 
PRICES SATISFACTORY AND WORK WARRANTED. 

OAL GOODALE. 



JOHN IANS0X, 

11 3, 14* <fc 146 

Market Street, 
Wholesale Agent for 

Jones' XXX Golden 

and Amber 
ALES. 

Mrs. Smith, what 
makes your baby so 
fat? 

Why, don't you 
know that we always 
keep Jones' Ale in 
the House? 




2S". ^l. CADWELL, 

DEALER IN 

Chromos, Engravings, 

STEREOSCOPES, VIEWS, ETC. 

Also, Manufacturer of Picture Frames. 

No, 1 Dutton Street, Merrimack House Block, - - LOWELL, MASS. 

STETSON & TALBOT, 

Holliston, Mass., 

Manufacturers of Iron, Zinc, Copper and Tinned 

SHOE NAILS AND TACKS. 

American and Swedes Iron Shoe Nails; Zinc and Copper Shoe Nails and Tacks; Zinc» 
Iron, and Copper Counter-Sunk Head Shoe Nails; Channel, Cigar-Box and Chair 
Nails; Hob and Hungarian Nails; Gimp Tacks; Carpet Tacks; Lace Tacks; 
Brush Tacks ; Card Tacks ; Miners' Tacks ; Upholsterers' Tacks ; Glaziers ' 
Points. 
Any variation from the regular size or shape of the above-named goods made from 

samples to order. 



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CYJE1XJS W. BEMIS, 

Dealer in 

Fancy Goods, School Books, Stationery, 

PICTURES, MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, TOYS, ETC, 

Manufacturer of Picture Frames. 
Wo. 5 Pond's Block, - - HOLLISTON, MASS. 

Proprietor of BEMIS' SUPERIOR BLACK INK. 

SAivru:E3JL« IBS. CAR.R, 

DEALER IN 







HOLLISTON, 



Choice Groceries, 

MEATS, PROVISIONS, 

Fruit, Confectionery and Cigars. 

MASS. 



TIMOTHY D^UNTIEJLS, 

Dealer in_Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots & Shoes, 

CROCKERY, 
jj||^|j|l|jjjl Paper Hangings) 
FLOUR, 

GRAIN, GROCERIES, 

Etc. 

Cliurcli Street, - Holliston, Mass. 





ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



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FITTS & TURNER, 

(Successors to Gko. N. Pond,) 
Dealers in 

AND PARLOR STOVES, 

Furnaces, Ranges, Stove-Castings , 



Farming Tools, Hardware, Tin, 

Britannia, and Wooden Ware, 
ANDREWS' BLOCK, 

Holliston, Mass. 
TIN HOOFING AND JOBBING DONE TO ORDER. 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

Copper, Force, Well, Cistern, 

And Air-Chamber 




HOLMBfOE 



MASS* 



PAYSON & CUTLEH, 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

liter® A CA weh VlaltA* 

All kinds of Hard and Soft Wood 

PEWS, DOORS, BRACKETS, SHEATHINCS, 

Mouldings, Window Frames, Casings, etc., etc. 

2&2EL. .1 HOLLISTON, MASS. 

Particular attention paid to store finish. 

id. o- uucowr/x" & co. 

Manufacturers of 

Straw & Velvet Goods, 

MEN'S, BOYS', LADIES' AND MISSES' HATS, 
HOLLISTON, - - - MASS. 



D. C. MOWRY. 



B. G. ROGEB3. 



A. B. CLARKE. 



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BICELOW BROS, & CO. 



WASHINGTON STREET, 

DEALERS IN 

CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES, 

Flour and Grain, Crockery and Glassware. 

Also, Dry and Fancy Goods, Dress Goods, Brown 
and Bleached Cotton, Pant goods, assortment of Flan- 
nels, Crash, Edgings, Worsteds. Hosiery, etc., etc. 
Ladies' and Gents' Furnishing Goods. 

AT BOSTON PRICES. CALL AND SEE. 

BTGEHiOW BROS. 



HOLMSTON, 




WF'-r^Vi Eg, 




A.. ROBIISI 80N, 

HOUSE, SIGN AND CARRIAGE 

Windows and Blinds furnished to order. 
Graining, Paper Hanging and Glazing 

PROMPTLY DONE. 

SHOP ON CENTRAL STREET, - - HOLLISTON, MASS. 

CHARLES E. SIMPSON, 

Carpenter and Builder. 

All kinds of Carpentering and Building done at short notice and on reasonable 
terms. 

HQLLISTQM, MASS. 

JOHN J. LONG, 

Plumber &Gas-Fitter 

71 CAMBRIDGE (BETWEEN 2d AND 3d STS.,) 

East Cambridge, 

4®- Orders solicited and promptly attended to. 

Horse Slioers,0 

7 CHAMBER STREET, CIIARLESTOWN, MASS. 

Particular attention paid to interfering and overreaching horses. Hand made 
HorBe Nails for sale. 





ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 191 

NATHAN TUFTS & SJQN, 

DEALERS IN 

C3-r stiii, JML&al., Lime, etc. 

52 Warren Ave., opp. Fitchburg Freight Depot, Charlestown, Mass. 

NATHAN TUFTS. NATHAN F. TUFTS. 



STEPHEN W. FULLER. JOHN F. AYER. 

S. W. FULLER & CO. 

DEALERS IN 

EastQrn and Western Lumber, 

GUTTERS, CONDUCTORS, MOULDINGS, 
And Dressed Limaber of* all descriptions. 

We invite attention to our stock of MOULDINGS, which is large and of superior 
quality, comprising all the modern styles, and will he sold at the lowest market prices , 

££3S£r***i 513 and 527 Main. Street, CHARLESTOWN, MASS. 

Boston Office, 22 Congress Square. 

S, WIISLOW & CO. 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

WALNUT CHAMBER FURNITURE, 

§11! BOARDS, BtiB CASE'S, 

Hall Stands, Wardrobes, Cabinets, etc., 

425 MEDFOBD ST., CHARLESTOWN, MASS, 

ANDREW FURBUSH, 

Manufacturer and Wholesale Dealer in 

LARD.TALLOW, SAUSAGES, 

AJST> BOLOGNAS, 

Rear of 494 Main Street, CHARLESTOWN. 

ALL @RiPiB;% E^@M)^LV ATTETOE® T@, 

DEALER IN 

j>o,y Ac f^ivoy ooor>s, 

Small Wares, Hosiery, Etc. Also, a good assortment of Pure Confection- 
ery constantly on hand. 

226 Bunker Hill Street, Corner of School, - CHARLESTOWN, MASS. 



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ROBERT ITLMGBLE 



DEALER IN ALL KINDS OF 



GRANITE 



Wharf, on Medford, 



FOOT OF COOK STREET, 



CHAELESTOWN, MASS. 




FREE STONE AND MARBLE WORKS. 

M. BRIDE, Proprietor. 

Particular attention given to 
Building 

Monumental & Cemetery 
Work, 

Of all kinds. 

YARD, ON MEDFORD, 

Foot of Cook Street. 
CHALESTOWN, MASS. 

GEKRISH & BROWN, 

Masons & Builders, 

Looker, 170 Main Street, 
CHARLESTOWN. 

JOBBING OF ALL KINDS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. 
George W. Gerrish. J. Henry Brown. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 193 

iiiiiiii ■•pki>tb» 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN 

ft 




Hard Pine Timber, Plank, 

BOARDS AND FLOORINGS, 
Michigan Pine, Black Walnut, Whitewood, Ash, Chest- 
nut and Oak, Eastern Shipping Boards, Timber, 
Scantling, Shingles. Laths and Pickets, 
Dressed Canada Lumber of all kinds. 



HARD PINE AND SPRUCE SCHEDULES FURNISHED AT SHORT NOTICE. 

Box No. 4:1 Mechanics' Exchange. 



■SSSKl^SA.,! Boston Office, Lumber Exchange, 22 Congress Si. 



PAQE & LITTLEFIELD, 

Btalp BnlMera* 

MANDFACTURERS OF ALL KINDS OF 

MOULDINGS, POSTS, RAILS, BALUSTERS, BRACKETS. 

Planing, Sawing, Turning, Black Walnut and Ash Sheathing, etc. 

NOS. 507 & 509 MEDFORD STREET, 

Box 266 Mechanics' Exchange, No. 17 Court St., Boston. U H A H L LoTU W N ■ 

E. G^RY & CO. 

T. S. G. ROBINSON, - Agrent. 

DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF 

Furniture, Carpets, 

Mattresses, leather Beds, Wooden Ware, Real Estate, etc., etc. 

No. 92 Main Street, - - CHARLESTOWN. 
Sr.StfSnYj T. S. G. KOBINSON, Agent. 



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(Established 1852) 
CHAMjESTO^rN, MASS. 

IRON STEAMSHIPS, 

High and Low Pressure Steam Boilers, 

Of every description, constantly on hand and built to order. REPAIRS promptly 
and carefully executed. 

THOMAS CUNNINGHAM, Proprietor. 

Office, 29 Water Sireet. Charleslown. Office in Boston, 8 Central Street. 
WASHINGTON PIPE WORKS. 

Wrought Iron Steam and Gas Pipe 

A.NJO FITTINGS, 

Manufactured by THOMAS CUNNINGHAM, 

Office, 8 Central Street, Boston. 

PIPE MILL AND MACHINE SHOPS AT EAST BOSTON. 



NEW ENGLAND MARBLE CO. 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

BANflA¥*AN BABBLH, 

AND THE CELEBRATED FREAR STONE, 

For Building and Monumental Purposes. 

Office, - No. 11 Pemberton Square, Boston. 

Works, on Edmund's Wharf, 41 Medford Street, Charlestown. 

L. HULL, Pres. B. F. PARKER, Treas. C. E. LYON, Agent. 

All orders promptly attended to. Office Ilours from 11 to 2. 

GETCHELL & ELDREDGE, 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

Dovetail Boxes, Packing Gases, Ik 

36 & 38 WATER STREET, 
CHARLESTOWN, MASS. 

ORDERS BY MAIL WILL RECEIVE PROMPT ATTENTION. 

J. M. GETCHELL. C. C. ELOREDOE. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



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L. S. HANDY, 

8 & 10 Cambridge St., 

CHARLESTOW1T, 
Dealer in and Manufacturer of 

STOVES , 

Tin Ware, Hollow Ware, Glass 

Ware, Wooden Ware, and 

House Furnishing Goods 

generally. Also, 

HARDWARE, 

Of every description, constantly on 
hand. Particular attention paid to 
Tin Roofing and Plumbing. Also, 
Agent for the celebrated Burtia 
Furnace. 



RICHARD DOWD, 

Tin Plate & Sheet Iron 

WORKER, 

Dealer in 

*" Stoves, Ranges, Pnr- 
naces, and General 
Kitchen Famishing 

Goods. 

Also, Plumbing and Tin Roofing. 

NO. 537 MAIN STREET, 
Charlestotan. 



Stoves put in good repair. 
kinds of Tin Ware made and 
repaired to order 



All 




woodsum: brothers, 

COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 

AND DEALERS IN 

Eastern, Western, Canada & Southern Lumber, 

Hay, Bricks, Lime, Wood, Coal, Etc. 

Yard and Office, Junction Main Street and Mystic Avenue, 

CHAHLESTOWN, MASS. 



Order Sox, 303 Mechanics' Exchange, Boston. 



W. D. WOODSUM. 



WELLINGTON & HUNNEWELL, 

Lackawanna, Franklin, Shamokin & Lehigh 

C O A. L, 

Also, Soit Coals for Steam, Smiths' and Domestic Use. Wood, Lime, Cement, 

PLASTER AND HAIR. 

Charles River Bridge, Charlestown. 



JOS. A. WKLUHOTOir. 



, HUNNEWRLL. 



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G. & E. H. GIFFORD, 

BLACKSMITHS, 

And Manufacturers of 

Whale Craft and Edge Tools. 

ALSO, 

STEEL AND JOBBING DONE TO ORDER. 

No. 217 Medford Street, 

CHARLESTOWN, MASS. 

Gustave Gifford. Eugene H. Gifford. 

Also, Manufacturers of Steel Springs for Wlnslow'st 

Berry's, Crane's and Gifford's Spring 

Bed Bottoms. 



GILMAN& CHENEY, 



Dealers and Workers 



IN ALL KINDS OF 



GRANITE. 

WHARF, 

49 to 59 Medford Street, 

CHARLESTOWN. 

(Near Chelsea Bridge.) 

Boston Office, 17 Court St, 



F. L. Gilman. E. R. Cheney. 




JAMES GA.FFISIEY, 

Practical Plumber & Gas Fitter, 

ALSO, DEALER IN 

Gas Fixtures, Plumbing Materials, Etc. 

No. 6 Cambridge Street, 

CHARLESTOWN NECK. 




ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



197 




BLOOD & AKINS, 

DEALERS IN 

FURNITURE, CROCKERY 

CHINA AND GLASS WARE, 

KITCHEN FURNISHING GOODS, etc., etc. 

Picture Frames of all kinds made to order. 

369 MAIN STREET, CHARLESTOWN. 

WM. I. BLOOD. > _ , ., , , „ . . 

JOHN akins, jr, 5 Upholstering and Repairing promptly done. 

J. MUMLER, 

MANUFACTURER 41 WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN 

Pure Confectionery 

OF ALL KINDS. ALSO, PARTIES SUPPLIED WITH 

IOE CREAM. 

Wedding CetlsLe 

Of the Choicest kind, all of our own manufacture. We would invite our friends and 
the public to give us a call, at 

89 M^lIN STREET, 

And see our Candies made. 

CHARLESTOWN, - - - - MASS. 

FRANK LEWIS, 

BAKER. 




Bread, Cake and Pastry of all kinds. 

Hot Brown Bread aM Beans 

On Sunday Mornings. 
BEANS BAKED FOR FAMILIES. 

71 BARTLETT ST. ' 

CHARLESTOWN, IMCA.SS. 



f*!r 



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ESTABLISHED 1816. 

BAND & BYAM, 

Soap Manufacturers. 

ALSO, PURE POTASH SOFT SOAP CONSTANTLY ON HAND. 

No. 9 Charles Street, - - Charlestown, Mass. 

E. T. RAND. W. A. BYAM. 

JAMES P. MORAN, 

PRACTICAL PLUMBER 

No. 1 FARK STREET, 

First door from City Square. CHARLESTOWN. 

^egf- Orders from any part of the city or country for Plumbing will be promptly and 
faithfully attended to. 

REFERESTCKS: — Moses A. Dow, Esq., Charlestown; Amos Stone, Esq., Charles- 
town ; Lyman Stickney, Esq., Charlestown ; Isaac Brown, Esq., Charlestown ; Isaac 
Stebbins, Esq., Chelsea; John H.Wilkinson, Esq., Chelsea; Dr. Wm. G.Wheeler, 
Chelsea; Arad Geary, Esq., Stoneham; Luther Hill, Stoneham ; D. D. Foster, Esq., 
Wakefield; W. A. Wilde, Esq., Maiden; B. A. Hersey, Esq., Medford. 

~\tvti^jliTj&js/l brown7 

(Successor to Natfi'l Shuttuck,) 

CARPENTER, 

"No, 5 Sullivan Street, 

OHARL ) ESTO"W"]Sr. 

Jobbing of all kinds p romptly attended to. 
DODOE & OLIVER, 

JOBBING MASONS, 

Whitening and Coloring. 
r*ro. ISO iMEeiixi. s-ta^oo-t. 

(OFFICE OF W. F. SAVAGE,) 

All orders promptly attended to. CHARLESTOWN. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



199 



HADLEY <fe W RIGHT, 

Manufacturers of all kinds of 



Mill 



AND DEALERS IN 



STOVES, BRITANNIA & JAPANNED WARE, 

And all kinds of Kitchen Furnishing Goods. 

Agents for the Celebrated Stewart Cooking and Parlor Stoves. Repairs done 
with neatness and despatch. 



No. 333 MAIN STREET, 



CHARLESTOWN. 



B. HADLEY. 



H. E. WRIGHT. 



POSTER Sz, CLARK, 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

Stationary Wash Stands 

FOR CARPENTERS' AND PLUMBERS' USE. 
STORES AND BATH ROOMS PITTED UP. 

Office Furniture and all Kinds of Drawer and Panel Work, Made to Order. 

38 WAT1R STREET, near Boston Bridg?, 
£w.clS/} CHARLESTOWN, MASS. 

4®= Orders by Mail promptly attended to. 

WEBBER & MATHES, 

DEALERS IN 

PROVISIONS 

Constantly on hand Beef, Pork, 
Mutton, Lamb, Poultry, Tripe, 
Sausages, Ham, Lard, Pigs' Feet, 
Liver, etc. Also, Fresh Fruit and 
Vegetables of all kinds in their 
season, at lowest cash prices. 

Goods delivered promptly, free 
of ■ 




183 Bunker Hill St., 

CHARLESTOWN. 



jr. A. OETCHELL, 

DEALER IN ALL KINDS OF 

Fresh Fish, Oysters, Clams & Lobsters, 

13T THEIR SEASON. 

Also, Corned Fish, Tongues, 
and Sounds, Salt Mack- 
erel, Smoked Fish, 
I and everything 

J usually kept 

/ in a First-Class Market. 




59 Chelsea St., - CHARLESTOWN. MASS. 




200 MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 

SHAW & STOCKBRIDGE, 

CARPENTERS AND BUILDERS, 

61 Harvard St., Charlestown. 

Jobbing of all kinds attended to with neatness and despatch. 

P. S. SHAW, J. O. STOCKBRIDGE, 

148 Chelsea Street. 9 Lexington Street. 

DEALER IN ALL QUALITIES 




Spruce and Pine Lumber, 

DIMENSION TIMBER, ETC. 

SCHEDULES FURNISHED TO ORDER AT SHORT NOTICE. 

425 MEDFORD ST„ CHARLESTOWN, MASS. 
JOHN McGILL, 



39 Sudbury Street, - Boston. 

RESIDENCE, 8 BRATTLE STREET, CHARLESTOWN. 

All Orders promptly attended to. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



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IfcEEO Ac GABRIEL, 

House and Sign Painters, 

GLAZIERS AND GRAINERS, 

Paints Mixed to order. 

No. 8 Elm Street, - - Charlestown. 



All Orders Promptly Attended to. 




JAMES M. REED. 



CHARLES GABRIEL 



tot. jusnsri&, 




Cor. Kingston and Cambridge Sts., CHARLESTOWN, MASS. 

PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY PREPARED. 

Patent Medicines, Perfumery, etc Also, Peri- 
odicals and Newspapers constantly on hand. 

JOSEPH W. HILL, 

Carpenter & Builder, 

34 SOUTH EDEN STREET, NEAR HANCOCK SQ., 

CHARLESTOWN. 
All Orders promptly and faithfully executed. 



RESIDENCE, 9 BALDWIN STREET. 



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MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



E3- O. SMITH, 




AND MANUFACTURER OF 

Stair Posts, Rails, Balusters, etc 

1 So. Eden Street, - - CHARJLESTOWN. 

m- REPAIRING DONE WITH NEATNESS AND DESPATCH.. 

CHARLES N. FISHER, 




Manufacturer and Dealer in all kinds of 

BREAD, CAKE AND PASTRY. 

Particular Attention paid to Furnishing Parties. 

A large assortment of Common and Fancy Crackers constantly on hand. 

54 Russell, . - - - Shop, 46 Walker Street, 

CHABLESTOWW, MASS. 

DAVID S. TUCKER, 

Carpenter and Builder, 

Ho. 5 So. Eden Street, Charlestown, Mass. 



JOBBING & CONTRACTING DONE TO ORDER. 




ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 203 

MOSES SEAVEY, 

Painter, Glazier & Grainer, 

No. 69 Bartlett 5 cor. Pearl St., Charlestown. 

.A.11 Orders promptly attended to. 

CTOIHIICsr KELLY, 

Mason and Builder, 

Shop, 24* City Square, 

RESIDENCE, 96 BUNKER HILL ST., 
CHARLESTOWN, - - MASS. 



PERRY & PIDGEON, 

Carpenters & Jobbers. 

Counting Rooms, Shelving, Store and Office Fixtures, and all 
kinds of JOBBING. 

No. 5 Pleasant, rear of 103 Main Street, - - Charlestown. 

All Orders promptly attended to and neatly executed. 

R. LITTLEFIEL33, 

BRICK MASON. 

Plastering, Whitening and Coloring done at short notice. 
Jobbing attended to promptly. 

LOOKER, UNDER 657 MAIN ST., 

Residence, 5 Bartlett Street, Charlestown. 
STOREH Xj % HAnMON, 

Horse Shoeing and Jobbing. 

Springs Made and Repaired. 
No. 557 MAIN STREET, CHARLESTOWN, MASS. 

Particular attention is paid to resetting heavy and light tires. 



204 MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 




HOUSE & SIGN PAINTER, 

Grainer, Glazier, Etc. 

5 Pleasant, rear 103 Main Street, 

CHARLESTOWS. 

Also, Dealer in PAINTS, OILS and GLASS. 
J8ST All work done at short notice, on reasonable 
terms. Residence, N"o. 11 A llston Street. 
Special attention will be paid to furnishing mixed paints for persons who desire to 
do their own painting. 
Attention also paid to Painting, Papering and Whitening. 

CHUBBUOK BROTHERS, 

Masons, Whiteners & Colorers. 

OFFICES, 

566 MAIN STREET, CHARLESTOWN, 

AND 

BROADWAY, CORNER CROSS STREET, EAST SOMERVILLE. 
Slate at Boston & Maine R. R. Depot, E ast Somerville. 

JOmfllcMATHr 

(Successors to B. S. Hussey,) Wholesale and Retail Dealer in 

FOREIGN &D9MESTIC PAINTS, 

Brushes, Sponges, Oils, 

Varnishes, Cement, Zinc-Dryers, Japans, Spirits Turpentine, Kero- 
sene, Lamps, Chimneys, Masury Colors, Window 
Glass, Putty, Etc. 

No. 216 Main Street, - CHARLESTOWN. 




RATTID Sc GILBOT, 

City and Theatre Bill Posters, 

Anci IDistrito-utors. 

No. 9 Charles River Avenue, Charlestown, Mass. 

W. B. Rand. R. O. Gilboy 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 205 

ESTABLISHED IN 1832. 

Portfolios, Scrap, and Herbarium Books 

MANUFACTURED BY 

SETH GOLDSMITH, Bookbinder, 

REED BUILDING-, HANCOCK SQ,., 

Charlestown, Mass. 

Portfolios, Scrap Books, and Herbariums made to order at short notice. All orders 
by mail promptly attended to. 

PHILLIPS & SMITi; 

House and Sign Painting, 

GRAINING AND GLAZING. 

No. 262 Main Street, corner of Williams, 

CHARLESTOWN, MASS. 

ALBERT W. PHILLIPS. HENRY A. SMITH. 

JOHN B. LORD & CO. 

Carpenters and Builders, 

No. 416 MAIN STREET, 

Cliarlestown, Mass; 

JOBBING AND CONTRACTING DONE TO ORDER. 

S. RECORD, 

IU1IIK. BMTIltE, 

Sale and Livery Stable, 

Nos. SO, 31 and 33 

CHAPMAN STREET, 
Parlicnlar^attention paid to Boarding Horses. CHARLESTOWN. 





206 MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 

WM.H. CHAPMAN, 
Hack, Liuery 

AND 

Boarding Stable. 

15 CHELSEA STREET,. 

(Near City Square), 

"SKSS^k^S^PSS^^' CHAKL.ESTOWN, . . MASS. 

Jfcg~ All orders for Carriages promptly attended to. 

LOUER * RICE, 

Carriage Manufacturers, 

HOSE CARRIAGES, 

AND 

Hook & Ladder Carriages 

Built to order of any size to suit purchasers. 



A.L1L, KINDS OF 

CARRIAGE REPAIRING 

Promptly attended to, on reasonable terras. 

41 AND 43 CHELSEA STREET, 

CHARLESTOWN, MASS. 

THOS. F. HUNNEWELL, 

WHEELWRIGHT, 

Cart and Wagon 

MANUFACTURER. 

Repairing done with neatness and despatch. 
No. 8 CHAMBER ST., CHABLESTOWN. 




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ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



207 



JOHN HILLING, 

HOUSE, SIGN AND ORNAMENTAL 




Painter, Grainer, Etc. 



526 MAIN STREET. 
Residence, 38 Parker St., Charlestown. 
GLINES & TRIOKEY, 

Blacksmiths, Ship Smiths, 




WHEELWRIGHTS AND GENERAL JOBBERS, 

Cor. Charles River Avenue and Water Streets, 

CHARLESTOWN. 

Repairing, in all its branches, promptly and neatly executed. 

JOSEPH H. GLINES. W. P. THICKET. 

CLEARY & O'BRIEN, 

And Mastic Workers. 

JOBBING PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. 

416 Main Street, Charlestown, 

RESIDENCES: P. R. CLE<\RY, 482 MAIN ST.; J. O'BRIEN, 32 LYNDBOROUGH ST. 




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MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



JOHNSON & YOUNG, 

WHOLESALE DEALERS IN 

LOBSTERS, 

Near Fitchburg Depot, BOSTON. 

NEW FISH AND OYSTER MARKET, 

89 Chelsea Street, Charlestown, 

Where he will keep constantly on hand a large assort- 
ment of Fresh, Smoked and Pickled Fish 
of all kinds, Oysters and Clams, 





Which he will warrant to sell at Boston Prices. Please give us a call and examine 

our stock before purchasing elsewhere. Don't forget the number ! 

89 Chelsea Street, B. J. McTAGUE. 

ID. -W. ST O 3NT 3S3 FL , 

WITH B. J. McTAGUE, 




BILLIARD HALL, 




AND DEALER IN 



Choice Wines, Ales, Liquors, Lager Beer, Tobacco and Cigars, 

No. 44 MAIN STREET, - - - - CHARLESTOWN, MASS. 

"WIS Sl'UD Y TO PLEASE." 

BLAISDELL & JUDKINS, 

Blacksmiths, Horseshoers, 



WHEELWRIGHTS, 

85 Richmond Street, - - Charlestown. 

A.11 Orders tor Jobbing Promptly Attended to. 
T . I». DICKSEOKT, 

Wheelwright & Carriage Maker, 

28 Cambridge Street, - - CHAMLESTO WN. 

All Orders for Jobbing promptly attended to. Second-hand Carriages for sale. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 209 

PETERSON & GODFREY, 

DINING ROOMS. 

Table board by the day or week at reasonable rates. 
Also, Catering- done at short notice. 

176 MAIN STREET, CHARLESTOWN. 
JAMES B. MAYNARD, 

Carpenter and Builder, 

80 SCHOOL ST., CHARLESTOWN. 

Jobbing done at short notice. 

Houses to Let and for Sale. 

3VCA.JF4.I5L POPE, 

Painter, Glazier and Paperer, 

AND IMITATOR OF WOOD, STONE AND MARBLE. 
Paints, Oil and Glass constantly on hand. 

No. 78 School St., Charlestown. 

Resi dence 1Q3 High Street. 

HARTWELL MAYERS, 

Mason, Builder and Plasterer, 

Whitening, Coloring and WJiitewashing done at 

short notice. Orders will receive prompt 

attention. 

SO SCHOOL STILR-IEIET, 

KESIM.VCE 57 GKEEK ST., COB. OP BABTLETT, 

Charlestown, Mass. 




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MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



t. jb. '\A^:E]isri'^A7"o:E=iT:Ea: 3 

Manufacturer of PULPITS, PEWS, and all kinds of 

CHURCH FURNITURE. 



PEW MATERIALS 

OF ALL KINDS, 

Cambridgeport, - - Mass. 




AH orders by mall promptly attended to. 



Factory at 



Street. 



25 City Square, Charlestown, Mass. 

WILLIAM S. STEARNS, JOHN H. BUTLER. 

Master in Chancery and City Solicitor. 

TREMONT HOUSE, 

278 Merrimac Street, Lowell, Mass. 

This House having been refitted and newly furnished, is recommended to the public. 

Eligible to Trains North and South, and centrally located to business sections 

of the city. GOOD STABLE and BARBER SHOP connected. 

HORSE CARS AND HACKS FROM ALL DEPOTS. 

Choice Wines, Ales and Cigars. 

Tens, $2.00 per day. JOHN H. DURCTN. 

S^tloixi St- 'STU'ocxSL Y^trca., 

43 SALEM STREET, LOWELL. 

RICHARDSON & SMITH, Proprietors. 

Dealers in best quality of all kinds of Hard and Soft Wood, sawed or unsawed. Orders 
promptly fllled, and Wood delivered free to ail parts of the City. 



M. V. B. LIBBEY, 

HORSESHQER, 

Formerly at 73 Market Street, 

Now on Warren, near Central 

ILowell, Mass. 

NEXT TO NORRIS' STABLE. 
%&- Perfect satisfaction guaranteed 




ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



211 



JOHN BUTCHER, 

No. 17 Middle Street, - - - LOWELL, MASS. 



DEALER IN 



BAR, HOOP and S AUD IRON, 

Cast, Spring, Calking, German, Swedes, Blister and Sheet Steel, 

Rods, Shapes, Axles, Chains, Horse Shoes and Nails, 

Nuts, Malleable Iron, Carriage and Tire Bolts, 

Q^^IlNTIDSTOlNr^JS, Etc. 

M. T. WATERMAN, 



J3TJI L DE H. 

ft 

Job Work attended to promptly. 

WALIUT BT11IT, 

Near the Depot, 

NEWTONVILLE, MASS. 

J„ E. OONANT, 

Livery, Sale and Boarding Stable, 

170 CENTRAL STREET, 
LOWELL. 

Horses, Carriages, 

HARNESSES, Etc, 

At Auction every Saturday, 

At 10 o'clock, A.M. 




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J. OOSGROVB, 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN 

West-Jndia Goods and Groceries, 

WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS, etc. 
Pale and Amber Ale, 

Wholesale and Retail. 

272 MERRIMAC STREET, 
LOWELL. 

WEEBCS & COMPANY'S EXPRESS, 





a 3 



WALTHAM, IMTA-SS. 



MATTHEW EACOTT, 

DEALER IN 



BEEF, PORK, 

LARD, HAMS, 

Eggs. Butter, Vegetables & Fruits, 



Centralville Market, 

LOWELL,, MAS8. 




E. D. SARGENT & CO, 

DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF 




OYSTERS, CLAMS and LOBSTERS in their season. 

Also, Corned Fish, Tongues and Sounds, Salt Mackerel, and every- 
thing usually kept in a FIRST-CLASS MARKET. 

Cor. Gorham & Appleton Streets, Lowell, Mass. 



ADVERTI?ING DEPARTMENT. 213 

MARTIN MORRIS, 

Manufacturer of 

BREAD, CAKE, CRACKERS, 

Pies, Etc., of" all kinds. 

Bakery, 34 Paige Street, corner of John, 
LOWELL, MASS. 

All orders thankfully received and promptly attended to. 
ESTABLISHED, 1865. 



BRIGGS & COMPANY, 

DIRECTORY PURLISHERS, 

No. 17 Batterymarch St., 

BOSTON, MASS. 

New England Cities Directory. 

Maine Business Directory. 

New Hampshire Business Directory. 
Vermont Business Directory. 

Rhode Island Business Directory. 

Connecticut Business Directory. 

Directories for Essex, Hampden, Middlesex and Worcester Counties in Massachu 
setts, New Haven County in Connecticut, Etc., Etc. 

Directories supplied to order for any part of the United States. 

MESERVE & CO. 

Boston & Lowell Express. 

OFFICES, 

31 Central Street, - Lowell. 
8 Court Square, - - Boston, 




214 MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



DAVIS & GOODRICH, 



DEALERS IN 




FOPS BUILDING. 

81 Main Street, Cambridgeport. 

BOSTON OFFICE, 
Mechanics Exchange, 

17 COURT STREET. 



Orders for any description of Granite executed at 
the shortest notice. 



G. W. GOODRICH. 



DEARBORN BROTHERS, 
HUDSON, MASS. 

Masons, Plasterers 



rum ffl ORNAMENTAL STUCCO WORKERS, 

Whitening, Whitewashing, Coloring and Jobbing. 
Work done by Contract or by the Day. 

estihuca-te s furnished. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 215 

^^rding and # 




* t * , -i / }flijfc|{ir 

NEEDHAM, UPPER FALLS, 

HIGHLAND VILLE, NE WTON HI GHLANDS, 



Boston Express and Freight Line. 

BOSTON OFFICE, No. 34 WASHINGTON STREET. 

Leaves 10 A. M., 1 and 3 P. M. 

M. BOTCHMS, 

Organ Manufaoturer, 

BOARDMAN'S BLOCK, 

MELROSE, - - MASS. 
tTOHISr CASS, 

Carpenter and Builder. 

Job Work attended to promptly. 

SS Clielsea Street, 

CHARLESTOWH, MASS. 



216 MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 

H. L. :Mi.A.iro, 

REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE 



Maplewood, - - MALDEN, MASS. 



INSURANCE effected to any amount, in reliable companies. 
REAL ESTATE bought and sold on favorable terms. 



|f Augustus Williams/ 

APOTHECARY, 



OPPOSITE DEPOT, 

NEWTONVILLE, - - - - MASS. 

Physicians' Prescriptions carefully compounded, 
I 

ALSO, 

Choice Brands of Cigars and Tobacco 

CONSTANTS V OIV HAND. 



ADVEBTISING DEPARTMENT. 217 

CAMBRIDGE FRUIT PRESERVING CO. 



PRESERVERS OF 



APPLES, ECCS, 

PEARS, POULTRY 

ORANGES, and 

LEMONS, GAME. 

Nos. 23 and 25 Main Street, - Oambridgeport, Mass, 

NATHAN C. XMKFJ, Supt. 

CYRUS PHILLIPS, 

Whitener, Plasterer & too Worker* 

All Orders attended to Promptly. 

61 FRANKLIN STREET, CAMBRIDGEPORT. 
JOHN S. EOLFE, 

House and Sign Painter. 

Graining and Glazing done at short notice and on 
reasonable terms, 

Henderson's Block, - North Cambridge, Mass. 
GEO. L. GARDNER, 

Carpenter, Builder 4 Jobber, 

WASHINGTON STREET, 
NEWTONVILIiE, MASS. 

.A.11 Orders attended to with Despatch. 



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WAGON BUILDER 

AND 

Wheelwright. 

Light and Heavy Wagons 
of every description built to 
order. 

Jobbing and repairing at- 
tended to at short notice. 

Haven Street, near the Depot, Wakefield, 

JOSHUA MERRILL & SOW, 

Booksellers, Stationers, 

AND 

BOOKBINDERS, 
Mo. 37 Merrimack Street, 

LOWELL, MASS. 

T. F. GOULD, 

Blacksmith & Horgeshoer 

MAIN ST., Near Post Office, 

READING, - - - MASS. 

Particular attention paid to interfering, over- 
reaching and tender-footed Horses. All orders 
for Carriage Jobbing, etc., attended to. 



JOHN A. BLUNT, 
AM HORSESHOER. 

Carriage and Machine lion Work 
done in a neat and substantial manner 
and at low rates. 

Horses shod in the best manner and 
with the best materials. He will pay 
strict attention to interfering, overreach- 
in.' and tender-footed horses. 

All work entrusted to him will be 
done with despatch. 

Shop on Sanborn Street, 

Reading. 





ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



219 




MORGAN'S 

Monumental Marble 

AND 

QRANITE WORKS, 

53 MAIN STREET, 
CAMBRIDGEPORT BRIDGE, 

(Established in 1866), 

Next to G-ale's Lumber Wharf. 



We make it our especial business and study 
to manufacture 



and all work used in Cemeteries, of first-class 
workmanship and stone of any kind. 

We have a very large assortment of finished 
work in our yard, of original design, which 
will be sold to customers at lowest cash prices. 

Work made to order, and solicited, and sat- 
isfaction guaranteed. 
JOHN J". HORGAN, 



GIBBS & CO.'S 
WALTHAM 



BosionExtress 





ROWE &. CULVER 

Successors to J. Toulmin, 



Manufacturers of 



Patent Vibrating Shears, 

For Bookbinders, Printers, Paper Box 

Makers, and all others cutting 

Paper or Board. 

Also, Improved Corner Cutter for Paper Box Makers. 

Manufacturers of Tinmen's Squaring Shears. 

Webster Spare, - - Worcester, Mass 



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MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



or. x>. :e=»:il*a.o:ei c&j oo. 

MANUFACTURERS OF 



■ 



2& 



1111! 



OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. 

Also, Tin Heddles, Reed and Harness Hooks, 

And Dealers in Manufacturers' Supplies. Also, Repairing and Re-setting. 

84 UNION STREET, WORCESTER, MASS. 

T. r>. BOND, 

Cracker & Biscuit Bakery, 

12 CANAL, and 10 MERRIMAC STREETS, BOSTON. 

Boston Butter Crackers, Milk, Wine, Soda, Picnic, Pilot, Graham, 

and other Biscuit, constantly on hand and ready for 

shipment to all parts of the world. 

First Prize Awarded at the Massachusetts Mechanical Exhibition. 

XD^nNriDEIL, CUR.R.T', 

MANUFACTURER OF 

l@ill O-XXriSk 

DEALER IN 

Labrador Oil, Dead Oil, 

Straits Oil, Bright and Black 

Bank Oil, Vaimishes, 

Sod Oil, Machinery Oils, 

O* ALL KINDS. 



No. 104 WATER STREET, - - - 

Factory, Middlesex Street, Chelsea, Mass. 



BOSTON 



MANUFACTURERS OF 

FINISHED 



E. S. HUNT. 
G. H. HILL. 



No. 86 SOUTH STREET, 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



221 



G. P. BANGS. C. P. HORTON. 

BANGS & HORTON, 

Wholesale Coal Merchants, 



18 KILBY STREET, - - 



- BOSTON. 



AGENTS 
FOR THE 



WILKES-BARRE COAL AND IRON CO. 
MARYLAND COAL CO. 



(. DESPARD GAS COAL CO. 
Also, Old Company's, Honey Brook, and Spring Mt. Lehigh. 



JOHN BINNEY, 



MANUFACTURER OF 




Street Lanterns 

OF ALL KINDS, 

For Gas, Fluid, Kerosene, Etc, 



Ships' Starboard, Port and Signal Lantern*, 

Cainbooses, Ships' Furnishing Goods, 

Stoves, Tin Ware, Etc. 

No. 124 Broad Street, Boston, Mass. 

IS. H. MUN8GN, 

Railroad, Contractors 1 and Manufacturers' Supplies, 

Agent for the sale of 

PftEUCH, WATSON & CO.'S PREMIUM SHOVELS, 

ROSS'S PATENT LUBRICATING CUPS, GAUGE COCKS, ETC., ETC. 

Railroad Iron, Cotton and Woolen Waste, Packing, Oil, Head-Lights, Lanterns, 

Spikes, Nuts, Bolts, Iron and Steel. 

Washoe Pick, Hammers, Pick & Sledge Handles, constantly on hand. 

71 Kingston Street, - - - Boston. 

l.o:m::b^:r,:d <&> oo. 

Importers and Dealers in 

Grindstones, 

Cor. Lewis Wharf and Atlantic Ave., 

Boston. 

Machinists', Farmers', Carpenters', Glass-Cutters', constant "y on hanl aid 
cut to order. 




222 MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 

BOSTON MUSICAL INSTRUMENT MANUFACTORY, 




(Formerly E. G. Wright & Co.), manufacturers of 

MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, 

*Y\ SUDBURY STREET, 

L.' F. HAETMAN. \ BC5STO IM 

W. G. EEED. % DWOIWIl! 

THE AMERICAN 

CABLE SCREW WIRE COMPANY, 

OFFICE, 25 CHARLESTOWfll ST. 

BOSTON. 



PRESIDENT, TREASURER. SECRETARY. 

H. E. TOWAISEBJD. A. VAM WAGENEN. W. JB. HARRINGTON. 

~~ TT. BYRNES, 

Fancy Turnings in Wood and Ivory, 

■No. 17 HARVARD PLACE. 

■XV 3VE- ISLE32JJ-PO-3ES-ST, Agent. 

OPPOSITE OLD SOUTH C URCH, - - - - BOSTON, MASS. 

MANUFACTURER OF 

Billiard, Bagatelle and Ten Pin Balls, Ash Crutches, Organ and 
Melodeon Stops. 

Indian Clubs and Turnings of all kinds, executed with promptness and despatch. 
Particular attention paid to repairing BILLIARD BALLS. All orders by express 
promptly attended to. 

MARGOT BROTHERS, 

Watch Case Manufacturers, 

ENGINE TURNERS AND JOBBERS, 

No. 23 Water Street, Boston. 

Up etairs, a few doors from Washington St. 



Especial attention given to "Watch Case Repairing, Springing, Re-Engine Turning, 
Engraving, Polishing, Etc. Jewelry, Silver Ware, Dyes, etc., Engine Turned. Par- 
ticular attention given to orders from Expresses. 

Good assortment of Flat Glasses on hand. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 223 



MANUFACTURERS OF 

Patent Round Corner and Ptoimd Front 




JOHN A. HUGHES & CO. 

MANUFACTU] 

b Eound Corner 

Showcases, 

JEWELERS' TRAYS 

AND 

COUNTERS, 

Warerooms, 151 Washington Street, BOSTON. 

Orders for Glass by Express -will receive prompt attention. Cases to let for Exhibitions, Fairs, etc. 

(Directly opposite the Old South church.) 

A. E. HUGHES. J. A. HUGHES. 

S. K. TAYLOR & COMPANY, 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

BL CUTTING 

» DIES, 

293 & 297 SOUTH ST., BOSTON. 

S. K. Taylor. E. G. Reed. B. F. Piper. 

SPAULDING & CO. 

STRAW AND LEATHER BOARDS, 

PAPER AND TWINE, 
217 Broad & 125 Purchase Streets, 

BOSTON. 

J. F. Bpaulding. J. G. Tewkbbury. C. E. L. Green. 




STRAW BOARDS LINED TO ORDER. 



224 



MrDDLKSEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



US. 
HOTEL 



JOHN ROBBfNS, 

Manufacturer of 
Brass, Copper & German Silver 



JAGGAGE CHECKS, 



For use of 
Kailroads, Steamboat Cos,, Hotels, eto. 
Over 5O0 different styles and patterns. 

Received a medal at the late Fair of the Massachusetts 
Charitable Mechanics' Association, held in Boston, for samples 
of Baggage and Key Checks of superior workmanship. 

ALL. ORDERS PEOMPTLY ATTENDED TO. 

Office 42 Kneeland St., Boston* 





ittemore & Co, 



STEAM HEATING 



ENGINEERS, 

NO. 37 LINCOLN ST, BOSTON. 



Public Buildings, Dwelling-Houses, Stores, 

Factories, and Greenhouses, warmed by low 

or high pressure, Steam or Hot Water, 

and perfect ventilation secured. 

Estimates MsM without charge. 

Engines, Boilers and Steam Pumps 

furnished, set up and 

connected. 

fg~ All orders for Jobbing, in either Steam, 
Gas or "Water, promptly attended to and war- 
ranted to give satisfaction. 



2»AVXI> OJLiAFJP & SON, 

GENERAL BOOK AND JOB 



334 Washington St., Boston, 



'9 



DAVID CLAPP. 



JOHN C. CLAPP. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 225 

Is a positive necessity in every Family, Counting-room and Work- 
shop, and is universally acknowledged, by whomsoever used, to 

be the best article of the kind ever offered to the public. 
It mends Furniture, China, Glass, Crockery, Marble, 

Porcelain, and Vases, Toys, Meerschaum Pipes, etc. 

B. F. BROWN & CO., Sole Proprietors, 

BOSTON. 

Also, Manufacturers of the celebrated 

French Dressing and Army and Navy Blacking, 

And Blackings and Dressings of all kinds for leather. 

S. M. Spencer, 

Manufacturer of 

Stencils and Stencil Goods, 

Business Stencils, Stencils for Marking Clothing, and 
Stencil Cutters' Tools and Stock, in great variety, 

At Wholesale and Rrtail. All Goods Warranted. 

117 HANOVER STREET, 

BOSTON. 

RICE, KENDALL & CO. 

WHOLESAZ1S 

Paper Warehouse, 

IMPORTERS OF 

Paper Haralaftmp©ri f materials* 

FELTS, WIRES, Etc. 

109 STATE STREET, 

BOSTON. 

ALEXK. H. F.ICE. CHAS. 8. KENDALL. J. WILLAKD KICE. 0. 8. KENDALL, JK. 



226 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



Agricultural Warehouse 

AND SEED STORE, 

No. 49 North Market St., & 46 Merchants' Row, 
BOSTOKT. 




EAEKEE & GANNETT, 

Manufacturers and Wholesale and Retail Dealers In 

Flows, Harrows* OoltlYators, 

Cylinder and Lever Hay Cutters, 

Mowing Machines, Reaping Machines, Fanning Mills, Churns, Corn Planters, Seed Sowprs, Corn Shelters, 
Hoes, Shovels, Spades, Hay and Manure Forks, Garden Rakes. Hay and Straw Knives, Picks and Mattocks, 
Bog Hoes, Post Spoons, Road Scrapers, Sugar Mills, Axes and Hatchets, Patent Axe Handles, Sickles, 
Grass Hooks, Scythes, Snaths, Scythe Rifle's and Stones. Horse Rakes, Hay Rakes. Ox Yokes and Bows, 
Grindstones, Anti-Friction Rollers, Wheelbarrows, Iron Bars, Ox Balls, Rull Rinses, Tree and Floor Scrap- 
ers, Clothes Wringers, Stone Trucks, Nichwitz's Pulverizing Harrow, The Thomas Patent Smoothing 
Harrow, 

The Celebrated Cucumber Wood Pumps, 

The best and cheapest Wood Pumps in use. Also, Prindle's Patent Agricultural Steam Boilers, Mott's 
Patent and Farmer's Patent Furnaces and Cauldrons, etc. Guano, Poudrette, Bone Meal, Bradley's Patent 
and XL Super Phosphate of Lime, Agricultural Steamers, Cotton Seed Meal, and Grain, Field Grass, Gar- 
den and Flower Seeds, Improved Buckeye Mowing Machines, Improved Bullard's Hay Tedders, Bay State 
Improved Horse Rakes, Kxcelsior Improved and Hill's Improved Archimedean Lawn Mowers, Excelsior 
Horse Lawn Mowers, Kxcelsior Water Drawers, etc. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 227 



William Jessop & Sons r 



9 

134 NORTH STREET, 

BOSTON. 

A large Stock of all sizes and Qualities kept 
in Store. 

IDf^vis Bros, dfe Oo. 

Manufacturers of and Dealers in 

WHITE 4MB ©OIQBIB SKITHB9, 

Cream and Colored Roans, Pebbled Sheep, 

ROUGH AND FINISHED SHEEP SKINS, ETC. 

High Street, corner Congress, 

43 North St., uatil Nov. 1, 1873. BOSTON . 

Factory, Foster Street, Feabody. 

ttJ^TuH, Sc Q, XT I 3XT B ^sr , 
Manufacturers of Rotary Valve 

\0F EVERY DESCRIPTION. 

62 Sudbury St., Boston, Mass. 

The undersigned having purchased 
the eotire Stock and Tools pertaining 
to the manufacture of Musical Instru- 
ments, recently c»wned and used by 
the late firm of Allen & Hall ; also, 
owners and managers of the entire 
Stock and Tools of the late firm of E.G. 
Wright &Co.: and having introduced New Styles, New Models, New In- 
ventions, are now prepared, with increased facilities, to execute all orders entrust- 
ed to them. 

D. C. HALL. G. W. QUmBY, 




228 MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 

ESTABLISHED IN 1822. 



»o$*«>» 



Stereotype Foundry, 

No. 19 SPRING LANE, 

(Old No. 4) * * * SOST0U* 



Stereotyping & Electrotyping 

Extensively carried on by the Proprietors of this well-known estab- 
lishment. Books of every description, from a Juvenile Reader to an 
Imperial Dictionary, carefully composed, read, and stereotyped or 
electrotyped in a superior manner. 

CUTS, BORDERS, DESIGNS, 

BILL HEADS, ETC., 
ELECTROTYPED AND CORRECTLY MOUNTED 

For the Printer's use at the shortest notice, and at the lowest living 
prices. 

Orders addressed to 

GEORGE DEAKE, Agent. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 229 

HOLMES & BLANCHARD, 

IRON FOUNDERS, 

AND MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN 

French Burr Millstones and Mill Searing 



OF ALL DESCRIPTION'S. 





MANUFACTURERS OF 

IMPROVED PORTABLE MILLS OF ALL SIZES, 

For grinding Grain, Salt, Coal, Spices, Coffee, Plaster, etc., etc. 

Machinery of all kinds for Flour and Grist Mills, 

And Mill Furnishings of every description. 

Dutch "Anker" Bolting Cloths ; Best Oak Tanned LEATHER 
BELTING, constantly in stock at Manufacturers' Prices ; French 
Burr Power PAINT MILLS, for grinding In Oil, Double and 
Single; Putty Mills, Mixers, and all kinds of Machinery 
used in the manufacture of Paints and Colors; Ma- 
chinery for Breaking and Grinding Bones, 
Plaster, Barytes, and other Minerals. 

Sole Manufacturers of A. H. Brainard's Improved IRON POWER PAINT 
MILLS, for Manufacturers, and Brainard's HAND PAINT MILLS, for 

Painter's use, various sizes. Sole Agents for Dreyfus' Automatic Oiler. 

PLATFORM ELEVATORS FOR STORES AND WAREHOUSES. 



Office and Salesroom, - - 37 HAYMARKET SQUARE. 

SHOPS, 

Nos. 2 Beverly, and 6, 8 and 36 Oharlestown Street, 

BOSTON, MASS. 

FOUNDRY AT NEPONSET. 

E. O. HOLMES. JOHN W. BLANCHARD, Jr. 



43~ SPECIALTY. — Stock of Pulleys, bored and turned, of all sizes, ready 
for immediate delivery. Pl'LLEY CASTINGS, of all sizes, constantly on hand. 
Shafting and Hangers always on hand or made to order at short notice. 



230 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



DRAIN PIPE. 

Very ^=^b*^*^ Well 




We warrant satisfaction as to quality and prices. 



Our Pipe 

IS MADE OP 

SELECTED CLAY, 

UNDER A PRESSURE OF 



Our Pipe 

IS PERFECTLY 

ROUND & STRAIGHT 



FIFTY-FIVE TONS. Perfect-Fitting Joint. 

THE LEADING BUILDERS OF NEW ENGLAND USE IT. 

ALSO, THE DEPOT FOR THE BEST BRANDS OF 

Fire Brick, Fire Tile, 

1111 CIiAT, EMUN, 

Moulding and Fire Sand, Lime, Cement, Foundry Fac- 
ings, Garden Vases, and Chimney Tops. 

Manufacturers' and Masons 5 Supplies. 

$^* OEDERS FILLED PROMPTLY AS BEFORE THE FIRE. 

J. ADAN WALDO & GO. 



J. ADAN WALDO. 



"W. OSGOOD EDDY. 



Office and Warehouse, 4 Liberty Square, 

FORMERLY 13 LIBERTY SQUARE, BOSTON. 

HEDS J±T BOSTON "W HE -A- IR, F. 



369 WASHINGTON STREET, 

Gas Fixture Manufacturers. 



We would respectfully call attention to our well-selected assortment of 

GAS FIXTURES. 



Greater 

Inducements 

To Purchasers 

Than any other par- 
ties in onr line of 
business. 

GV/.V 

FIXTURES. 

Designed expressly 
for 

Churches, Halls, 

Masonic 

and 

Odd-Fellows' 

Buildings, 

At extremely low 
prices. 



We have constantly 

on hand a great 

variety of 

BRONZE 



faiudtya, 




KEfcOSENE ttXTO&ES, 

French Clocks, American Clocks, 

FRENCH AND AMERICAN GAS TABLE-LAMPS, 

GAS STOVES FOR HEATING & COOKING. 

Call and examine our stock and prices before purchasing. 



R. HOLLINCS * CO. 

369 WASHINGTON STREET, BOSTON, 

Second door south of Boston Theatre^ 
FACTORY, NO. 14 BEVERLY STREET. 



S. E. CHUBBUCK * SONS, 





Steam Engines, Boilers and Machinery, 

SHAFTING, GEARING, WATER TANKS, HEATERS, 

Chubbuek's Patent Piston and Packing. 

Cylinders Rebored without removing from Frame. 
NO. 971 TREMONT STREET, BOSTON, MASS. 



AARON R. GAY & CO. 

Stationers and Blank Book Manufacturers, 

NO. 130 STATE STREET, BOSTON. 



Printing, Ruling mil Binding* 

Account Books, of any pattern desired, made to order for Banks, Merchants 

and others, at short notice. 

S. 8. GAY. BDWIK W. GAT. 



LATEST 




STYLES. 



Blodgett Over-Gaiter Co. 

Manufacturer! of the Celebrated " Blodgett'* Patent" 

■nHiim 

289 "Washington Street* 

BOSTON. 



HARRINGTON & CO., - - Selling Agents. 

F. D. HARRINGTON, Treas. 



EASTERN RAILROAD. 

Station in Boston on 

Causeway, foot of Friend St. 



UNITED STATES MAIL & SEA SHORE ROUTE. 



This Road extends from 

BOSTON TO PORTLAND, 

Boston to Wolfboro', North Conway and White Mountains. 



Connections are made at Portland with all Railroad and Steamboat 
Lines to and from all parts of the State of Maine and Maritime Prov- 
inces ; also the Canadas. 

The only line between Boston and Bangor without change of cars, 
and only one change to St. John, N. B. 

PULLMAN CARS ON ALL THROUGH TRAINS. 

All trains are equipped with the WESTINGHOUSE AIR BRAKE, 
MILLER'S PATENT PLATFORM and COUPLER, and DINS- 
MORE'S PATENT SAFETY; AXLE SLEEVE. 

Hall's Automatic Block Signal Apparatus is in use on this line, 
whereby trains following on the double track are absolutely prevented 
from approaching each other nearer than one mile. 



Boston Office, 134 Washington St. 

CHAS. F. HATCH, J. PRESCOTT, 

Gen'l Manager, Superintendent. 

CxEORGrE F. FIELD, Gen'l Passenger Agent. 
Boston, April 15th, 1873. 



House, Store, Office, Desk, Drawer, Chest and Pad 

TL. O C JSL S 

AND 

NIGHT LATCHES 

(Rim and Mortise.) 

These Locks and Latches are adjustable to any thickness of door, from 1 to 3 or 
more inches; are interchangeably Right or Left hand, easily applied, and in every way 
durable and reliable. The principle upon which they are" constructed admits of an 
almost endless variety of combinations or changes, thus enabling us to furnish any 
Town or City entire, and guarantee that no two locks are alike. In fact, no Lock is 
ever sent from the Factory which can be passed by any key but its own. 

Dickerman's Patent Plate Key. 

Unpickable House, Store, Office and Drawer 

LOCKS AND NIGHT LATCHES. 




THE BEST MORTISE LOCKS 

Ever made, as can be satisfactorily demonstrated to any person of ordinary intelligence. 
The above list comprises a full line of FIRST CLASS LOCKS FOR ALL PUR- 
POSES, which are believed to be the most secure and convenient ever brought before 
the public. 

our n§n 14TC1H 

Possess many advantages over all others, and are considered the only absolutely safe 
ones ever offered. Our aim is to furnish the best goods possible, believing the best 
the cheapest. 
Goods in all cases guaranteed as represented. Send for descriptive price list. 

UNITED STATES LOCK COMPANY, 

55 Devonshire St., Boston, Mass , and 298 Broadway, New York, N. Y. 



JpTMQ 



] ® 



WILLIAM HOPSON, 

EVERETT. 

Medals awarded at the Massachusetts Charitable Mechanics' Exhi- 
bition, in 1853 and 1869. 



For Finishing Hard Wood and Grained Work, 

A DURABLE DEAD FINISH. 

R. BE ARSE & CO. 

WHOLESALE DEALERS IN 

©«f ton® BsMer Pataip 

SHIP PAINT, LINSEED OIL AND COLORS, 
150 Commercial Street, - - Boston, Mass. 




COGGESHALL & SON, 

Wholesale and Retail 

BLANK BOOKS MADE TO ORDER. 
40 MERRIMACK STREET, 

LOWELL, MASS. 



T. D, BON D, CRACKERS. 



THE NEW YORK I !FE INSO&pE CO. 



CHARTERED 1 

orre Office, 346 & 348 Bro^^^^P^v York. 

MORRIS i-'RANKUN, President. WM. H. BEE»":S N ' ' ' nt - 

iJk&FTiTB, OVER $2S,0k. " "'.OC. 

Bobton alone furnishes a membership of Two Thous 

Branch Office, 13 Merchants' Excfc*tn t ." ^P stoi 

bis Agents Wanted. stockim; i ; « *? *«. 



V^4 



UoWS-lflSUfritf. 



■■|| <6 ^V of Boston. ^ 



( ALL PAID IH AMD INVKATBU.) 



Office, 29 State Stree 

Company Insures ONLY Dwelling House Property 



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ALSO, AGISTS II. 

Fo "est City Varnisl Co.; J.isoline, 

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31 183DIA STREET, ■ — f ^STON. 

CEOCKEEY WAEE, 

China, Glass, Plated Ware, etc. 
D. B. STEDWIAN * CO,, Importerarja 

103 BROAD, 

! Formerly Summer Street, - - BOSTON. 



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Gk£0. W. WARREN, Apothecary, and Proprietor of Wan-en's Celebrated Croup Syru, 
the only known and sure remedy for Croup. BRIGHTON, MASS.